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07 Aug 2022

Pasadena Roof Orchestra

Pasadena Roof Orchestra

Auditorium

7th August 2022

With an unparalleled reputation across the UK, Europe and beyond, for over 50 years the Pasadena Roof Orchestra has been re-creating the sounds of a golden era of music from the 1920s and 1930s to widespread acclaim.

Enjoy beautifully arranged songs from Irving Berlin, Ray Noble, Cole Porter and their contemporaries and re-live the electrifying hot jazz from Fletcher Henderson and Duke Ellington.

Presenting the show, and putting on the top hat and tails, is the suave singer and band leader Duncan Galloway. So pack up your troubles, come on get happy, and experience an evening of superlative live music, with more than a dash of wit and humour.

‘For the Pasadena Roof Orchestra I have nothing but praise, they brilliantly evoked an array of 20’s and 30’s musical styles.’ – The Sunday Telegraph

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