Violinist Jaime Laredo's 70th Birthday Concert at 92nd Street Y
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The last date listed for 92Y Chamber Music Series with Jaime Laredo was Thursday December 15, 2011 / Noon.
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Singer-songwriter Lionel Richie got his start in Motown as part of the Commodores, but it's as a solo artist that he really shines. He became one of the most successful male solo artists of the 1980s, earning No. 1 hits starting with his debut in 1982 with "Truly." His other hits include the Caribbean-flavored "All Night Long," "Endless Love" with Diana Ross, "Hello" and "Say You, Say Me," which also won an Academy Award and a Golden Globe. Now the five-time Grammy winner is following up a sold-out European run with a North American tour, including a stop at the PNC Bank Arts Center. He'll perform hits from his 30-year discography, beginning with his eponymous 1982 debut and extending through last year's Tuskegee, a platinum-selling collection that features duets of his hits with a variety of artists. Word on the street is that these concerts tend to become a giant sing-along, so brush up on your lyrics and get ready for some of the greatest ballads the '80s had to offer and much more. Sharing the stage with the five-time Grammy winner will be CeeLo Green. Known for his solo career as well as being a part of the soul duo Gnarls Barkley, Green has recorded numerous hits and is most widely recognized for the chart-topping single "Crazy" and his time as a judge on The Voice. Learn More
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Jaime Laredo, artistic director & violin
Pamela Frank, violin
Bella Hristova, violin
Soovin Kim, violin
Jennifer Koh, violin
Susie Park, violin
Steven Tenenbom, viola
Hsin-Yun Huang, viola
Sharon Robinson, cello
Keith Robinson, cello
Benjamin Hochman, piano
This concert is approximately one hour and 50 minutes in length.
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