Renowned British singer and performer Robert Habermann is set to bring the story of the iconic Ol’ Blue Eyes, Frank Sinatra himself, to life in an upcoming show at Harrow Arts Centre in April.
Habermann, who was discovered by legendary American singer Margaret Whiting, has been voted Best International Performer by the prestigious Manhattan Association of Cabarets of New York (MAC) and has toured extensively with Whiting, Kay Starr, Steve Ross, Rosemary Squires, and the late Loonis McGlohan, who wrote songs for Mr Sinatra.
In this two-hour show at Harrow Arts Centre, Habermann will take the audience on a journey through Sinatra’s remarkable life, from his early days as a band singer with Tommy Dorsey to becoming the 1940s ‘Pop Idol’, his fall from popularity in the late forties, swinging his way through the 1950s, and recording some of the 20th century’s most popular songs and albums.
The performance will include some of Sinatra’s biggest hits, such as “Come Fly With Me”, “Fly Me To The Moon”, “Witchcraft”, “You Make Me Feel So Young”, “Strangers In The Night”, “My Way”, and “New York, New York”, among others.
Robert Habermann has been recognized as one of the major interpreters of the Sinatra songbook, having performed an entire concert celebrating Frank Sinatra’s life to mark the singer’s 80th birthday at London’s Queen Elizabeth Hall in 1995.
Tickets for the show are priced at £15 for adults and £13 for concessions, with all ages, welcome to attend. The show will take place at Elliott Hall in Harrow Arts Centre on April 2 and will last for two hours, including a short interval.
Don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity to witness the story and music of one of the greatest entertainers of all time, brought to life by the talented Robert Habermann. Book your tickets now at https://harrowarts.com/book?id=204201.