For Immediate Release - Three Tenors with Vicente Fox, Conducting at Capitol, Grease, Music Under the Stars with Pasadena Pops, Disney's Environmentality Challenge, Pageant of the Masters, and More
UPCOMING PERFORMANCE HIGHLIGHTS:
- June 7, 2009 - Music Under the Stars with Pasadena Pops - John Sawoski will play principal keyboard.
- July 8 through August 31, 2009 - The Pageant of the Masters (John Sawoski is first keyboardist for all performances)
September 8 through 20, 2009 - Legally Blonde - Orange County Performing Arts Center - John Sawoski plays keyboards for all performances
- Conducting at Capitol Studios
- Grease - Orange County Performing Arts Center
- Disney's Environmentality Challenge
- Pacific Symphony Gala Prelude with Lisa Vroman and Davis Gaines
- Performance for Vicente Fox with Dennis McNeil's Three Tenors
- The Rat Pack Live at the Sands - Orange County Performing Arts Center
- Long Beach Symphony Pops with Three Broadway Divas
|June 7, 2009 (Sunday) - John Sawoski Plays Principal Keyboard With The Pasadena Pops in Free "Music Under the Stars" Concert|
For more information about "The Orchestras of Pasadena," please see http://www.theorchestras.org
NEWS UPDATE - May 2009
- Disney's Environmentality Challenge - On Friday, May 8, 2009, John Sawoski played keyboards in the 10-piece orchestra at the awards show for Disney's Environmentality Challenge in front of Sleeping Beauty Castle at Disneyland. Music Director / Conductor - Bruce Healey.
|Performance for Vicente Fox with Dennis McNeil's Three Tenors April 7, 2009 - John Sawoski played piano and accompanied Dennis McNeil's Three Tenors (including Jose Medina, Marco Labastida, and Dennis McNeil), in a performance at a private residence in Hollywood in honor of Vicente Fox, the former President of Mexico. President Fox was in Los Angeles promoting (and fundraising for) a new school of the arts in Mexico.|
March 28, 2009, 8 pm - John Sawoski played piano as three of Broadway's best—Debbie Gravitte, Anne Runolfsson, and Jan Horvath—lit up the stage. They dazzled the audience with hit after show-stopping hit from Sweet Charity, Gypsy, Wicked, A Chorus Line, Evita, Jekyll and Hyde, My Fair Lady and many more. Inevitably and enter-tainingly, LBSO favorite Michael Krajewski added plenty of fun and humor to this evening of Broadway gems.
Note from John Sawoski: This was one of the best concerts I've ever played - with the best orchestra, a huge audience in Long Beach Arena, and live big-screen video of the concert. I was on camera most of the show, as the 9-foot Steinway was front and center. It was a piano-heavy show, including the Overture to West Side Story complete with the Mambo... The singers were all powerhouses. They sang Glitter and Be Gay, lots of great Jule Styne, Andrew Lloyd Webber, as well as songs from "Wicked" and "Mamma Mia." It all ended with an encore of "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" which featured big piano solos. Michael Krajewski also had a great rapport with the audience as well as the singers (and the orchestra).
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