WIN tickets to David Serero’s ‘One Man Musical Show’
David Serero, international-renowned baritone - has received recognition and critical acclaim from around the world.
He will be releasing a New Album - ‘The Broadway Baritone’ on March 15th, recorded with the prestigious Prague Philharmonic Orchestra.
Stand out tracks on the album include: Phantom of the Opera, Les Miserables, Camelot, South Pacific, Beauty and the Beast, Man of La Mancha, Show Boat, Fiddler on the Roof , My Fair Lady and Chicago!
This true showman brings his electric repertoire (Opera, Broadway, Jazz, Popular Songs and Comedy) to the UK in April/May dates below:-
- April 29th - Leicester Square Theatre
- May 1st - The Glee Club, Birmingham
- May 3rd - The Epstein Theatre Liverpool
- May 5th - Royal Northern College Of Music, Manchester
French baritone, David Serero, has received international recognition and critical acclaim from all over the world. At only 32 years old, this fresh performer “born to be on stage” has already performed more than 600 concerts and performances throughout the world – which have been broadcasted to an audience of over 30 million worldwide.
David Serero has headlined a sold-out show at The Dominion Theatre for his West End solo debut; performed at Wembley Stadium and at the Royal College of Music. He has given concerts at the Opera Garnier Paris, L'Olympia, The Eiffel Tower, the Tchaikovsky Hall in Moscow, the Budapest Opera conducted by Placido Domingo, concert at the Concertgebouw of Amsterdam – to name a few.
Recently, David performed his signature role of Don Quixote from Man of La Mancha in Paris. He received the Award for Best Actor/Singer in a Musical for his interpretation of Don Quixote by the Dale Wasserman Foundation in Los Angeles.
David recently made his BROADWAY solo debut at the Snapple Theatre in New York.
Monday, 31 March 2014 - 11:59pm
For your chance to win 1 of 10 pairs of tickets to see David Serero’s ‘One Man Musical Show’ at the venue of your choice; simply answer the question below:-
Donna Large, Sue Gromala, David Philpot, Margaret Nokling, Jennie Backhouse, AR Lister, Mary Lucking, Angela Perry, Neil Molyneux and Gillian Faulkner