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Elaine Delmar at The Lansdowne Club
(Published: September 06, 2016)

One of Britain's finest, truly loved and internationally renowned singers, Elaine Delmar will perform at The Lansdowne Club, London in October where she will be accompanied by the wonderful Brian Dee Trio.



Thursday 6th October
Cabaret Nights At The Lansdowne Club
9 Fitzmaurice Place, Mayfair, London, W1J 5JD

Reception 6.30pm - Concert 7pm

Reservations 020 7318 6119

Tickets £25 members and their guests £40

Elaine Delmar sings the great American song books of George Gershwin and Cole Porter

Elaine Delmar has long been established as a singer of the very highest calibre - with the voice, looks and personality that have captivated world-wide audiences.

She's equally at home, whether entertaining a concert audience, or performing in the more intimate cabaret/small theatre settings.

Elaine's musical path has taken her in many directions. She has made numerous radio and television broadcasts and concerts singing with small groups, big bands and symphony orchestras around the world, starring with Michel Legrand, Stephane Grappelli, Andy Williams, Benny Carter and Herb Ellis to mention but a few. Equally at home in a concert hall, night club or theatre, Elaine thrives on communicating with her audience. In 2006, Elaine was nominated for the Radio 2 'Artist of the Year' in the BBC Jazz Awards.

Her American Song Book presentations sold out at London's St. James Studio and The Pheasantry and in November she presents a spectacular show for the London Jazz Festival.

Elaine was awarded best vocalist in the 2013 Parliamentary Jazz Awards.

For her appearance at The Lansdowne, Elaine is accompanied by the Brian Dee Trio.
http://www.elainedelmar.c...

"Somewhere in paradise a cloud is reserved for Elaine Delmar to sing Gershwin." NZ Herald

"One of the ageless, evergreen singing stars that we have... as beautiful and talented as ever... she's marvellous!" Sir Michael Parkinson

"Among the multitude of good jazz singers in Britain today, there is not one who can surpass Elaine Delamar..." Dave Gelly, Observer

The Lansdowne Club
9 Fitzmaurice Place, Mayfair, London W1J 5JD

Set in the heart of Mayfair, just off Berkeley Square in the West End, the Lansdowne Club is a private members' club in the heart of London, where men and women have always been welcomed with equal status.

The Lansdowne Club is a haven of tranquillity where 18th century grandeur and stylish Art Deco meets 21st century vitality. Perfect for relaxation, recreation and business, the Lansdowne Club offers an unrivalled range of facilities, accommodation and sports amenities. The Club also offers an exciting social events calendar.

The recently renovated and just spectacular ballroom is the venue for early evening concerts by leading musicians presented exclusively for Club members and their guests, by JBGB Events.




More Information: http://www.jbgbevents.com


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