Unequalled in the entertainment world, the man reinvented the French chanson, composed more than 600 songs, and sold more than 100 million records world-wide has been an enigma in our country. Praise for Aznavour has run from the "Sinatra of France" to the "World's Entertainer of the Century", and although these are monikers to spur lively debate, what is not debatable is that his music is enduring, beautiful, fun, and insightful. For instance, "Yesterday When I Was Young", he penned it.
This show will feature the angelic voice of Heidi Campbell and an amazing new singer to New Orleans, Hector Ventura. Add to the mix Philip Melancon and a memorable evening will be hummed by an appreciative audience.
June 19th (Wed at 8pm)
Mid City Theatre is at 3540 Toulouse Street
-- between N. Cortez and Jeff Davis Pkwy...just behind the American Can Company...There is a bar, and free parking all around the building!
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When & Where
Mid City Theatre
We've been a live theatre in New Orleans for a few wonderful years...we've lost our lease and have closed. Watch for us in the future and, in the meantime, if you know of a speace with parking that might suit us, please contact FredNuccio@yahoo.com...I will miss you all so much. Thanks for the untiring support of live theatre - hope to see you soon, Su Gonczy!