Cole Porter Tribute With Broadway's Marin Mazzie and Jason DanieleyBoston Symphony Hall, at Huntington Ave (301 Massachusetts Avenue Boston, MA 02115)
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My seat was great. The Boston Pops directed by Keith Lockhart was wonderful. The talented couple Marin Mazzie and Jason Daniely were perfectly fine. A beautiful, loving couple who sang like angels. Couldn't have been better. I attended because I love the music of the broadway masters, Berlin, Gershwin, Rodger, Kern and Porter!
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