TOP NYC PIANISTS BRING ICONIC SHOWTUNES SING-ALONG TO SYDNEY
A New York style piano bar night is returning to Sydney’s Oxford Street on Friday 15 and Saturday 16 September 2017 at the Polo Lounge, upstairs at The Oxford Hotel, 8pm – 3am.
The night – called Sing Out, Louise – is a communal sing along night featuring songs from musicals ranging from popular classics, such as Les Mis, My Fair Lady, The Sound of Music and Grease, to the cult showtunes from the musicals of Stephen Sondheim – and everything in between.
Back by popular demand after musical lovers queued to enter the venue last year, this’ll be the second annual Sing Out, Louise event. The event has grown since last year’s success; this year it’ll run over two nights and with two pianists flying in especially from New York city to play and lead the crowds.
Kenney Green and Adam Tilford are the talented pianist entertainers travelling over for the event. Both are pianists at NYC’s most famous and loved piano bar in the city’s West Village, Marie’s Crisis. At Sing Out, Louise they’ll be encouraging everyone to sing along to the show-tunes they play.
The night is completely free; attendees are just invited to tip the piano player.
Event organiser Gary Nunn said: “Sing Out, Louise is unplugged and spontaneous – it’s just the crowd, the piano and the showtunes. There’s no set list, no stage, no microphone and no shooshing. Everyone’s welcome to sing their heart out – or just stand and enjoy the musical mavens who know all the lyrics. It’s riotous and rambunctious and attracts all ages, all sexual orientations, all backgrounds and all singing levels.”
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