Sunday, May 10, 2009

Diana Krall live tonight @ Halifax Metro Centre

Diana Krall brings her "Quiet Nights Tour" to Halifax in Nova Scotia, Canada. Tonight, Krall's quartet will be joined by members of the Symphony Nova Scotia, conducted by Alan Broadbent.

Halifax Metro Centre is located on Brunswick Street in the heart of Downtown Halifax, just below the old Town Clock and Halifax Citadel National Historic Site.
With seating capacity in excess of 10,000, Halifax Metro Centre is fully accessible to persons with disabilities, fully air-conditioned and includes 11 Executive Suites, 20 Skyboxes and VIP Lounge. There are also 2,700 parking spaces in the immediate vicinty.
All tickets $79.50 each
Click HERE to see seating plan

Price includes tax and service charge.Tickets subject to an additional $4 per order fee if ordered on-line.
AvailabilityTickets available to purchase at:
The Ticket Atlantic Box Office
Charge by phone at (902) 451-1221
the 17 participating Atlantic Superstore outlets
Online - click 'Buy Tickets' button above once onsale

Tix Limit: 8 tickets per person, account and/or credit card used for purchase.
Two dollars for every ticket sold to the Diana Krall “Quiet Nights” World Tour 2009 will be proudly donated to Heart and Stroke Foundation’s The Heart Truth campaign, with special thanks to founding sponsor, Becel.
GRAMMY Award winner and multi-platinum selling jazz artist Diana Krall is set back on the road in support of her brand new album, "Quiet Nights" (Verve). Krall will be joined onstage at the Metro Centre in Halifax by members of the Symphony Nova Scotia. Celebrating the release of “Quiet Nights,” Krall takes us on a romantic and intimate journey through the lush textures of her ballads and bossa novas, reuniting Krall with German genius arranger Claus Ogerman for the first time since the multi-platinum selling 2001 album “The Look of Love”.

Krall has topped both the pop and jazz charts, played sold-out amphitheatres all around the world and has sold millions of records since her debut in 1993. Her career exploded in 1999 after her album “When I Look in your Eyes” won a Grammy for best jazz vocal performance, and became the first jazz record to be nominated for Album of the Year in twenty-five years. In 2002, "The Look of Love" was a #1 bestseller in the US and a five-time platinum album in Canada. 2004’s "The Girl in the Other Room," focused on her songwriting (with six songs co-written with husband Elvis Costello). 2005’s "Christmas Songs" proved one of the season’s best sellers and 2006’s "From This Moment On" was an upbeat adventure on the jazz mainstream land with the support of the Clayton-Hamilton Orchestra.


Sergio E. Benìtez said...

Sergio E. Benìtez said...