Swing to the Hits of Duke Ellington Orchestra at Segerstrom Concert Hall
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All offers for Duke Ellington Orchestra have expired.
The last date listed for Duke Ellington Orchestra was Saturday May 18, 2013 / 8:00pm.
Currently at Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall at the Segerstrom Center for the Arts:
- Full Price:
- $79.00 - $89.00
- Our Price:
- $37.50 - $40.00
Celebrate the holidays this year by adding a little swing to your life with The Manhattan Transfer Christmas Show. One of the biggest success stories in the history of American jazz, The Manhattan Transfer has sold millions of albums and won dozens of Grammy Awards. The group has been performing since 1969, and is known for their hit songs "The Boy from New York City," "Spice of Life," "Operator" and "Chanson D'Amour." For this special holiday-themed show, they'll be singing your favorite holiday songs with four-part harmonies, swinging rhythms and jazzy arrangements. Learn More
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The Preview Talk with KUSC personality Alan Chapman begins at 7:00pm before each performance.
Carl St.Clair - conductor
Duke Ellington Orchestra
Daniel Schnyder - composer and saxophone
David Taylor - trombone
Kenny Drew Jr. - piano
Schnyder: Shourouk, Arabian Overture for Orchestra
Duke Ellington arr. by
Schnyder: In a Sentimental Mood
Hendrix arr. by
Schnyder: Variations on Purple Haze
Schnyder: subZERO, Concerto for Bass Trombone and Orchestra
Strayhorn: Take the 'A' Train
Ellington: Satin Doll
Ellington: Creole Love Call
Ellington: The Eighth Veil
Ellington: Martin Luther King, Jr.
Ellington: It Don't Mean a Thing
About the Ticket Supplier: Pacific Symphony
Pacific Symphony, celebrating its 35th season in 2013-14, is led by Music Director Carl St.Clair. The largest orchestra formed in the U.S. in the last 40 years, the Symphony is recognized as an outstanding ensemble making strides on both the national and international scene, as well as in its own burgeoning community of Orange County. Presenting more than 100 concerts a year and a rich array of education and community programs, the Symphony reaches more than 275,000 residents — from schoolchildren to senior citizens.