The Lord Mayor of Sheffield and Keith Peters Big Band Charity Concert

19th August 2012

The Keith Peters Big Band comes to Sheffield's premier concert hall in aid of the Lord Mayor's charities: Sheffield Royal Society for the Blind and the British Heart Foundation.

Music will feature some of the legends of swing including Tommy Dorsey, Benny Goodman, Bill Holman, Stan Kenton, Lennie Niehaus, Count Basie, Ted Heath and Glen Miller, together with vocalists singing songs from Ella Fitzgerald through to Oasis. Tickets £12.50 and £10 concessions Box office: 0114 278 9789 and www.sheffieldcityhall.co.uk

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