Addison Singers Celebrate the Rat Pack
Summer Jazz Concert at Oratory School
West London's Addison Singers return to The London Oratory School's John McIntosh Theatre on Seagrave Road on Saturday, June 26 for their summer jazz concert.
This concert, called the Rythm Life, celebrates the music of the Rat Pack of the 1950's and '60s and features songs made famous by the singing greats Sammy Davis Jnr., Dean Martin and of course Frank Sinatra.
The concert features the Jazz Choir, Jazz Ensemble and Soloists with the Addison Trio and is conducted by Jill Jarman (Jazz Choir) and Matthew Hough (Jazz Ensemble).
The programme includes Jill Jarman's arrangements of That’s Life, One for My Baby and Where or When.
The Jazz Choir will perform If My Friends Could See Me Now, The Impossible Dream, The Rhythm of Life and You're Nobody 'til Somebody Loves You.
The Jazz Ensemble's songs include On a Clear Day (You Can See Forever), Mr. Bojangles, Aint That a Kick in the Head, Chicago and Luck Be a Lady.
All tickets in advance are £9, £7 (concession) and £2 (concession under 16yrs - available only to those who book adult tickets or adult concession).
When purchasing tickets online you will be given a booking reference code, rather than a physical document or eticket which you will exchange at the venue for a ticket (proof of ID will be required). There is a 10% booking fee payable per transaction and not per ticket.
Tickets are also available on the door for £10 (concessions £8, under 16s £2).
June 24, 2010