Sounds of ‘Big Band era’ blasting in Bury

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The sounds of the so-called ‘Big Band era’ will be blasting throughout the Bury St Edmunds Theatre Royal later this month with a concert of classic songs from the Nick Ross Orchestra.

Led by the renowned Mr Ross, this ensemble promises to recapture the sounds of a bygone era in an “unmissable evening of music and song” on Saturday, February 20, featuring a full instrumental line-up of saxophones, trumpets, trombones, and a rhythm section, as well as several top singers.

During the evening, the orchestra aims to faithfully recreate the 1940s sounds of such famous Big Bands as those led by Glenn Miller, Count Basie, Harry James and Tommy Dorsey.

The concert is set to begin at 7.30pm on February 20, with tickets ranging in cost from £10 to £26, depending on the choice of seating.

For more ticket information or to find out any additional details about the event itself, call the Bury Theatre Royal box office on 01284 769505.

Alternatively, you can visit their website by going to www.theatreroyal.org