Pacific Mozart Ensemble A Cappella Jazz & Pop Concert
Pacific Mozart Ensemble's A Cappella Jazz & Pop Show, With Latin Jazz
Pacific Mozart Ensemble closes out the season with their annual A Cappella Jazz & Pop
Concert. This fan-favorite program features tunes from across a wide range of styles and genres performed in sophisticated, highly entertaining and entirely original a cappella arrangements, with this year's performance adding a touch of Latin Jazz into the mix. Past performances have included the likes of Kraftwerk's "Tour de France," the Beatles' "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band," James Taylor's "Belfast to Boston," the Scorpions' "Still Loving You," and even the cartoon-classic overture from The Barber of Seville
. Secure your tickets now so you won't miss this year's lineup of great jazz and pop tunes sung in perfect a cappella harmony.
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The last date listed for Pacific Mozart Ensemble A Cappella Jazz & Pop Concert was Friday June 7, 2013 / 7:30pm.
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About the Ticket Supplier: Pacific Mozart Ensemble
The Pacific Mozart Ensemble is a unique musical resource. Since its founding over 30 years ago, PME has grown to fill an important role in the cultural life of the Bay Area, presenting courageous and innovative programs of many works that have never been performed in concert settings.