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Music Cruises

 

AMERICAN HAWAII CRUISE LINE

Drift back to the days when couples danced cheek-to-cheek to the sweet sounds of a full orchestra.  7-day cruises stopping in five ports on four different islands.

 

 

September 2, Glenn Miller Orchestra/Jack Morgan & the Russ Morgan Orchestra

September 9, Jack Morgan & the Russ Morgan Orchestra

October 28, Glenn Miller Orchestra/Jack Morgan & the Russ Morgan Orchestra

November 11, Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra/The Four Lads (plus Pearl Harbor Remembrance)

December 2, The Sammy Kaye Orchestra directed by Roger Thorpe/The Four Freshmen (plus   Pearl Harbor Remembrance)

December 9, The Sammy Kaye Orchestra directed by Roger Thorpe/The Four Freshmen

 

 

CUNARD CRUISE LINE

 

 Queen Elizabeth 2 Trans-Atlantic Crossing sailings:

August 29-September 4,   Classical Music Festival

September 4-10,   Great Songwriters of the World

September 16-22,   Opera

September 22-28,  Life is a Cabaret

October 4-10, 13th Annual Big Bands At Sea

October 10-22, Floating Jazz Festival

November 6-20, Concert of Strings

December 11-22, 6th Annual Blues Cruise

 

Caronia Sailings:

September 4, Bermuda & Colonial South, roundtrip from New York, Philharmonia Virtuosi

(Classical Chamber Orchestra of New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art)

October 16, New York/Atlantic Isles/Lisbon/Southampton, Opera

 

 

CRYSTAL CRUISES

 

April 27, Los Angeles to Ft. Lauderdale, Classical Music

May 13, Trans-atlantic, Big Band

September 2, Roundtrip San Francisco, Classical Music

October 8, San Francisco to Acapulco, Popular Music

October 16, Panama Canal, Jazz & Blues

 

 

DELTA QUEEN STEAMBOAT COMPANY

Mississippi Queen/American Queen - Big Band

June 7,  Cincinnati to Memphis

June 13, Memphis to New Orleans

June 20, Roundtrip New Orleans

July 19,  Roundtrip Cincinnati

July 23, Cincinnati to Memphis

July 30, Memphis to New Orleans (Big Band & Veterans Reunion)

August 10, Roundtrip St. Paul, MN

September 18, Crimson & Canada (departs New York)

September 22, New Orleans to Memphis (Big Band & Veterans Reunion)

November 9, Roundtrip New Orleans

November 12, Roundtrip New Orleans

 

 

HOLLAND AMERICA CRUISE LINES

The following Trans-Atlantic cruises feature Big Band Orchestras and will have Gentlemen Hosts On-Board.

 

August 22, 16-day, Copenhagen to New York (Rotterdam)

November 17, 22-day, Barcelona to Ft. Lauderdale (Rotterdam)

November 21, 14-day, Rome to Tampa (Noordam)

 

 

SILVERSEA CRUISES

Musical Arts Series - highlighted with on board and shore-side concerts and lectures.

 

August 3-12, Silver Cloud, 9-nights, Rouen to Copenhagen

London Mozart Players and Russian soprano, Maria Fontosh in London; Fjord Cadenza in Oslo; St. Petersburg Hermitage Orchestra in Goteborg; On board performer - Russian pianist Alexander Ghindin, on board lecturer - Opera Director, Thomson Smillie.

 

August 14-28, Silver Wind, 16-night Monte Carlo to Venice

Tenor Roberto Servile in Portofino, Mats Liljefors will conduct the Orchestra Filarmonico Pro Arte Messina at Taormina, On board performer - Russian pianist Alexander Ghindin, on board lecturer - Opera Director, Thomson Smillie.

 

September 7-19, Silver Shadow, 12-nights, Genoa to Athens

The Italian ensemble, Interpreti Veniziani at the Scuola Grande of San Rocco will perform Maestro di Cappella in baroque costumes and a baroque setting, on board performances by clarinettist Michel Lethiec.

 

September 30 - October 10, Silver Cloud, Casablanca to Monte Carlo

Maestro Stewart Robertson conducts Angela Horn and Thomas Barrettmember of the Florida Grand Opera, Justin Moss gives pre-opera lectures.

 

 

 

 

 

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