Men Alive: Orange County Gay Men's Chorus With Bernadette Peters
* Additional fees apply.
All offers for New York City Rhythm have expired.
The last date listed for New York City Rhythm was Saturday May 31, 2008 / 3:00pm.
Currently at Segerstrom Center for the Arts, Segerstrom Hall:
- Full Price:
- $56.00 - $86.00
- Our Price:
- $29.50 - $46.00
For his Segerstrom Center debut, the "King of Romance" will sing his greatest hits, including "Release Me" and "Quando, Quando, Quando," as well as perform a virtual duet with Sir Elton John and other songs from his latest album, Engelbert Calling, his first duets CD. With four Grammy nominations, 24 platinum records, 63 gold records, a Golden Globe Award for Entertainer of the Year and a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, Engelbert Humperdinck is a legend in the music industry. The "premier voice of the 20th century" (London Times) -- he's sold more than 150 million records to date -- has recorded everything from romantic ballads like "After the Lovin'" to the platinum-selling song "Lesbian Seagull" from Beavis and Butt-Head Do America. Learn More
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Bernadette Peters was GREAT and the Men Alive chorus was good.The skits and the dancing were amateurish.
Also the Conductor interrupted the performance too many time and it broke the mood
The chorus should just sing and not dance nor do...continued
Men Alive – The Orange County Gay Men’s Chorus celebrates the music and magic of the Big Apple with their season finale extravaganza, New York City Rhythm! With a visit to The Met (yes, opera their way!) and a journey through the great musicals of Broadway, the Chorus promises this will be their most exciting and lavish production to date.
Bernadette Peters, legendary singer/actress and Broadway’s brightest star, joins the boys of Men Alive for this very special show, performing with the Chorus some of the best tunes from the Great White Way as only she knows how. A Tony Award-winning actress and a chorus of gay men – truly, New York’s Broadway will be recreated on the OCPAC stage!
The 125-voice Men Alive – The Orange County Gay Men’s Chorus is now celebrating its 7th season. Founded in 2001, the Chorus is directed by Rich Cook.