Olde Time Organ Music at the Capri in Adelaide

Baritone Andrew Crispe joined organist Chris McPhee for a very entertaining afternoon of music featuring music from Broadway.at the Capri Theatre on Goodwood Road in Adelaide this Ssunday 22nd May 2012.

  Chris McPhee began learning the electronic organ at age eight. He is a past winner of both the Senior Section and the Overall Winner of the American Theatre Organ Society’s Young Theatre Organist Competition. Chris is a popular artist at the prestigious Adelaide Town Hall and Festival Theatre pipe organs, and is a featured artist at the Capri Theatre. He is in regular demand for concerts around Australia and overseas, including New Zealand, United Kingdom and the USA.

 Andrew Crispe has become a popular leading man in Music Theatre throughout Adelaide. His career as a stage performer began in 2000 and his roles include Danny Zuko (Grease) Don Lockwood (Singin’ In The Rain), Curly McLain (Oklahoma) and he also performs with the Gilbert & Sullivan Society of SA.

The program was a salute to stage and screen featuring some of the best loved music which has become so very popular.


PS: …. and the Sri Lankan community in Adelaide were represented as supportive paying customers in the audience by Professor aDerek Frewin & his wife as well as Michael and Shona Roberts.

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