Classical Encounters present a nostalgic Valentine concert centred around the Golden Age of Hollywood at The Crossing on Saturday 11th February.
The operatic trio will entertain with a romantic and humorous programme featuring the songs of Nelson Eddy, Jeannette MacDonald, Howard Keel and Kathryn Grayson.
The Crossing’s concerts programmer David Jordan said: “Are you of an age to remember Rose Marie, The Indian Love Call, Lover Come Back to Me, Stranger in Paradise, Only Make Believe and Smoke Gets in Your Eyes?”
“If not, come and hear these beautiful melodies, professionally sung, for the first time.”
Yorkshire-born Sally-Ann Shepherdson has appeared in opera and concert throughout the world, performing with Scottish Opera, Welsh National Opera, English Touring Opera and the D’Oyly Carte.
Baritone Trevor Alexander studied at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama and has worked for many companies including The Royal Opera and The Royal Shakespeare Company.
Pianist Peter Crockford studied at the Birmingham School of Music and Royal Northern College of Music. An acclaimed accompanist and vocal coach, he conducted the very successful European Tour of Bernstein’s West Side Story.
Classical Encounters present The Golden Age Of Hollywood at The Crossing, Newcastle Street, Worksop, on Saturday 11th February at 7.30pm. Doors 6.45pm.
Ticket are £9, Concessions £8, children and students £4 and are available from The Crossing’s welcome desk, by calling 01909 475421 or emailing to firstname.lastname@example.org