Pink Martini -Postponed- New date TBA
featuring China Forbes
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NOTE: DUE TO THE UNPRECEDENTED SITUATION WE ARE FACING WITH COVID-19 THIS SHOW IS IN THE PROCESS OF BEING RESCHEDULED.
Please bear with us as we deal with the logistics of finding a viable new date for this show. ALL original tickets will be honored for any new date. We will be announcing details soon via the AMP email newsletter. Thank you for you understanding and patience.
Be well out there.
"Pink Martini is a rollicking around-the-world musical adventure... if the United Nations had a house band in 1962, hopefully we'd be that band."
—Thomas Lauderdale, bandleader/pianist
Drawing inspiration from music from all over the world—crossing genres of classical, jazz and old-fashioned pop—Thomas Lauderdale founded the "little orchestra" Pink Martini in 1994. Featuring a dozen musicians, including vocalist China Forbes, Pink Martini now performs its multilingual repertoire in over 25 languages on concert stages and with symphony orchestras throughout Europe, Asia, Greece, Turkey, the Middle East, Northern Africa, Australia, New Zealand, South America and North America.
In 2018, Pink Martini released a special 20th Anniversary Edition of its first album Sympathique, featuring the band's iconic arrangement of Ravel's "Bolero," now in the public domain and finally reinstated on the album after a 20-year absence. In 2019, Thomas Lauderdale and members of Pink Martini collaborated on a new release with the international singing sensation Meow Meow. This album, Hotel Amour, features guest appearances by Rufus Wainwright, the von Trapps, Barry Humphries (of Dame Edna fame), and the inimitable late French pianist and composer, Michel Legrand.
Kardemimmit is a band of four awesome women playing the Finnish national instrument, kantele. The band members are Maija Pokela, Jutta Rahmel, Anna Wegelius and Leeni Wegelius. Kardemimmit is in charge of their own music—they compose, as well as arrange, write lyrics and produce. Alongside 15- and 38-stringed kanteles, singing has a big part in Kardemimmit's musical universe, where original pieces with a modern approach still have a strong foundation in Finnish, Eastern European and Scandinavian traditions. The Finnish reki-singing style, 19th century dancing music and Perhonjokilaakso kantele playing style, Eastern Finnish archaic improvisation and ancient runo singing are all present in Kardemimmit's music.
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