Burt Bacharach Performs at the Mancini Musicale
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St. Patrick's Day falls on Monday this year, but you can still get your green beer and corned beef on "St. Practice Day" -- aka Saturday, March 15. The Queen Mary is hosting Shamrock 'N' Roll, a night of live music, pub games, Irish food, and of course, the ubiquitous green beer. Bands include The Mansfield Band (featuring Irish singer Anita Mansfield and Emmy-winning bass player Damon Stout), The MVPs (who have appeared with acts such as Santana, Ray Charles and more), Green Ashes, Craic Haus (an Irish rockabilly band), Dublin Public and Them Novus. And if you're worried about sacrificing basketball for partying, don't be. They'll be showing the conference tournament championship games on the ship. Full schedule is below. Learn More
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- Burt Bacharach will be presented with the Hank Award for distinguished service to American music.
- All proceeds benefit the Henry Mancini Institute's scholarship fund. The HMI is an educational program that mentors the professional advancement of instrumentalists and composers.
As a pop culture icon, Burt Bacharach's timeless classics have earned him numerous Academy and GRAMMY(r) Awards. With an audience that spans several generations, he is viewed as the unique combination of one of the greatest composers of all time and "the ultra-cool cult hero" of the contemporary music set. As a record producer, he ranks among a handful of visionaries who pioneered new forms of music from the early 60s into the 21st Century. With a landmark 47-year run on the charts, Burt Bacharach's music continues to set industry records and creative standards.
The HMI is proud to present this finale concert of the 2004 HMI Orchestra. The evening will feature performances by Burt Bacharach, saxophonist Tom Scott and trumpeter Cecil Welch with the HMI Orchestra.