An Evening with Sean Ghazi - Love Songs from the Stage and Screen
Leading man of the W!ld Rice hit musical ‘La Cage Aux Folles’ teams up with fellow West End singer for a magical evening of soaring voices and some of the world’s best-loved melodies.
After a star turn as ‘George’ alongside Ivan Heng’s ‘Albin’ in La Cage Aux Folles earlier this year, Malaysian actor and singer Sean Ghazi returns to Singapore for his first solo concert since winning the first ever Singapore Fame Awards (in 1995!).
Sean reunites with his good friend & and fellow West End performer Stephanie Reese in an intimate, magical evening of hit favourites from Broadway musicals and much, much more.
Previously teamed as the young lovers in THE KING AND I at the London Palladium, Sean and Stephanie have recently graced the stages of Kuala Lumpur, Dusseldorf and Cologne for several Unicef Galas, and most recently, Istanbul, Turkey, for the closing ceremony of the World Humanitarian Summit in May 2016.
"Splendid, heartfelt singing"
The Sunday Telegraph UK
"Sings with passion and poise"
The Independent UK
"Sean Ghazi steals the limelight, & sings with true passion"
The Evening Standard UK
Accompanied on the piano and violin by two of Malaysia’s leading musicians, Sean and Stephanie pour their hearts out in song, performing hits from Miss Saigon, The King and I, The Phantom of the Opera and more, sharing stories and anecdotes from their personal journeys as two Asian kids making it big on some of the most prestigious stages of the world. Here are some of the duets and solos in their repertoire and in keeping with the season, you might also expect a couple of holiday favourites…
Sun & Moon (Miss Saigon)
The Last Night of the World (Miss Saigon)
All I Ask Of You (The Phantom of the Opera)
This Is The Moment (Jekyll & Hyde)
Don’t Cry For Me Argentina (Evita)
Love Never Dies (Love Never Dies)
Think of Me (The Phantom of the Opera)
A Whole New World (Alladin)
The Prayer (Quest for Camelot)
Out There (Hunchback of Notre Dame)
How Deep is Your Love (Saturday Night Fever)
Things To Note
Admission for ages 6 and above, unless otherwise stated.
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