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Royal Albert Hall

Kendrick Mews, London, England, SW7 2AP
+44 0 (020) 7838 3110

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Royal Albert Hall
Kendrick Mews
London, England SW7 2AP
+44 0 (020) 7838 3110
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Performers Coming to this Venue
Carmina Burana
Carmina Burana
Formed in 2005.
Level 42
Level 42
Manchester band whose blend of smooth jazz, sophisticated pop, and funk topped the British charts during the 1980s and '90s. ~ Rovi
Gregory Porter
Gregory Porter
A big man with a big sound, Gregory Porter has quickly become one of jazz’s most important male vocalists, a soul-drenched singer often at his best delivering his emotionally charged original songs. Largely unknown before his sensational, Grammy-nominated 2010 debut CD Water, Porter followed up with last year’s Be Good (both on Motéma Music), an album marked by his supple phrasing, sophisticated lyrics and tough but tender delivery....
Van Morrison
Van Morrison
Soulful Irish singer/songwriter who combines folk, gospel, R&B, rock, and jazz, often with a mystical bent. ~ Rovi
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USER REVIEWS
Oct 18, 2009 - juliet r
Royal Albert Hall - Maximo Park Show 9/10/09

This show was absolutely incredible.
Maximo Park are an indie rock band,
their lead man Paul Smith wears a black Dior fedora and black shirt and trousers for this theatrical
dramatic performance of quirky love songs.A brass quintet and female string quartet accompanied some of the more powerful songs(Karaoke Plays,Let's Get Clinical and Our Velocity) in a 21 song set.
The highlight of the night was
keyboards man Lukas Wooller playing the 200 year old RAH organ to Acrobat,a jaw-dropping moment indeed.
An evening to remember in the majestic Royal Albert Hall.

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