Along with Bandleader Chris Pati–Founder of IndiMusic TV–The Band Will Perform Contemporary Favorites and “Modern Vintage with Class”
September, 2016 (Westbury, NY) — If you like Las Vegas-style Big Band swing sounds with vocals, a blend of pop hits, elegant standards, and smooth Latin favorites, then Tito & His Orchestra – The Black Rose Big Band – is sure to have you swaying in time to the music this Saturday, September 24th, 8:00PM at The Bay Street Theatre– 1 Bay Street, Sag Harbor, NY 11963!
This gentleman and his fabulous musicians, known as the Black Rose Orchestra, will inspire you to move your feet and let your heart soar with a horn section that can’t be beat. A master of soulful presentation, he brings a touch of class to contemporary favorites.
Tito will sing his popular version of “Besame Mucho,” “Volare,” and “Ojos Verdes,” “Dos Gardenias” and songs from his CD, Hey Now!, including “Hey Now, I Think I’m In Love,” “The Love I Need” and “Wanna Be Free” and much more!
The concert is sponsored in part by Dan’s Papers.
WATCH, Newsday Video: Tito Batista & The Black Rose Big Band “Hey Now”
The Black Rose Big Band will be kept on their toes by Chris Pati–founder of Worldwide Independent Music Video TV Channel & Social Network IndiMusic TV–a musical genius who began at 5 years old playing piano, guitar, bass and drums, and established himself as a multi-instrumental prodigy by age eight. Chris has spent time guest conducting for various National Symphony Orchestras such as The Louisville Orchestra and the Arlington Symphony. He has also arranged all the Herman’s Hermits hits for symphony and acts as Peter Noone’s Musical Director for all of his symphonic shows. Through his success as a Solo Artist, Producer and Label Owner, he has gone on to have over a dozen top 20 Billboard hits and his own “Modern Voices Records” was named a TOP 10 Label by Billboard in 1997. Most recently, Chris was honored by Berry Gordy (former President of Motown Records), who called on Chris to arrange and perform an impromptu medley of “America the Beautiful” and “Lift Up Your Hearts And Voices” for opera star and actress N’kenge at President Obama’s 2009 Inaugural Ball.
Bay Street Theater is a year-round, not-for-profit professional theater and community cultural center which endeavors to innovate, educate, and entertain a diverse community through the practice of the performing arts. We serve as a social and cultural gathering place, an educational resource, and a home for a community of artists
With such an electric performer backed by one of the most talented groups of musicians working today, Tito Batista and the Black Rose Orchestra is sure to turn up the heat this Saturday, September 24th, 8:00PM at The Bay Street Theatre!
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