The Cinema Museum, London

Classic Gershwin

Sat 13 Jan 2018 @ 19:30 · Events

George GershwinThe vibrant music of George Gershwin is interwoven with his fascinating life story from birth in the colourful, teeming New York of 1898 to his tragically early death in 1937.

JoViv McLeanin Viv McLean, piano, and Susan Porrett, narrator, for an intriguing, eclectic mix of Gershwin’s music from the much-loved ‘Rhapsody in Blue’, ‘I Got Rhythm Variations’ and ‘Swanee’ to the rarely-played, classical Preludes – plus a chance to explore the Cinema Museum before the concert.

George Gershwin spent the final year of his life living and working in Hollywood, where he composed the music for the film Shall We Dance (1937), starring Fred Astaire and Gingers Rogers

“TSusan Porretterrific!”

“A wonderful show”

“A glorious and intriguing celebration of Gershwin’s life and work”

“Viv McLean……..plays with the genius one finds in those who know how to forget themselves, naturally placing themselves at the right point to meet the music, this mystery of the moment.” Le Monde (Paris)

The show will be followed by a Q&A with the cast, with input from special guest Trader Faulkner on his cousin Kay Swift who played a big part in the Gershwin story.

Doors open at 19.00, for a 19.30 start.

Refreshments will be available in our licensed cafe/bar.


Tickets £15 in advance or on the door.

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