KMP Artists Present Master Concert Pianist Philip Fortenberry in Free Showcase at The Queen Mary’s Starboard Lounge
2010-08-24 · By Editor
On Wednesday September 1st 2010 the critically acclaimed concert pianist and Broadway conductor Philip Fortenberry will entertain Long Beach with three free half hour concert showcases at The Queen Mary’s historic Starboard Lounge at 1126 Queen’s Highway in Long Beach.
Fortenberry, who is currently the associate conductor for the Las Vegas production of the hit musical Jersey Boys at the Palazzo, has had the pleasure of working with such icons as Eartha Kitt and Madonna. At Broadway’s Roundabout Theater he was the pianist for the musical revue of the music of Burt Bacharach and Hal David, The Look of Love, as well as for Harry Connick, Jr. and Susan Stroman’s Broadway production of Thou Shalt Not.
The Philip Fortenberry concerts at The Queen Mary are Wednesday September 1st 2010, show times are at 4pm, 8:30pm and 9:30 pm. The concerts are complimentary with reservations in advance only. Seating is limited, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 773-294-9816.
Represented by KMP Artists, Fortenberry is in town for the Western Arts Alliance Conference from August 30 thru September 4th at the Long Beach Convention Center. For those attending the conference KMP invites you to visit them at booth 820. For bookings and further information on Philip Fortenberry please contact email@example.com or call 773-294-9816.
About KMP Artists
From solo pianists to multi-celebrity concerts, KMP is committed to bringing top quality American talent and art forms to performing art centers and universities around the country. Just a handful of their talented performers include celebrity critic Rex Reed, NYT best selling novelist Christopher Rice, master pianist Philip Fortenberry, award winning Broadway star Karen Mason and James Gavin’s Stormy Weather. Partners Kristopher McDowell and Andrew Delicata are also delighted to announce they will open a Long Beach office at the beginning of 2011. For more information on KMP and their artists please go to KMP Artists website.
About the Western Arts Alliance Conference (WAA)
The WAA Conference convenes presenters, artists, and agents around the shared goal of programming live performances. The five-day schedule is filled with exhibits, performances, networking, speakers, classes and workshops. Unlike traditional trade shows, The Commons – our combination meeting, event and exhibit space – is where it all happens. With everything right at your fingertips in the vibrant city of Long Beach, the WAA Conference is a hub of activity, full of opportunities for artistic exploration and gaining insight and expertise from dedicated professionals. For more information please go to Western Arts Alliance website.