Come Fly with Me: Brian De Lorenzo Celebrates Sinatra

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Last Show: Sunday 4 th September 2022

The Pheasantry (Chelsea)

Award-winning singer Brian De Lorenzo is pleased to bring 'Come Fly with Me' to London, after having performed the show in New York; Boston; Rochester (NY); and Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, in celebration of the 100th Anniversary of the birth of one of the greatest singers of the American songbook, Frank Sinatra. De Lorenzo travels through Sinatra’s songbook with stops in Rome, Paris, New York, and Bombay, with a mix of swing and romance, featuring fresh arrangements of 'Old Blue Eyes' best songs including 'Fools Rush In', 'The Best Is Yet to Come', 'Luck Be a Lady', and of course 'Come Fly with Me'. The show was named one of the 'Top Ten of New York Cabaret 2015'.

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“Although I saw a few good tributes to Sinatra this year, nobody brought such fizzy joy to the centennial occasion as De Lorenzo. A consummate musician who makes you feel he's having the time of his life every moment he's on stage, which only adds to your enjoyment”

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Award-winning singer and actor Brian De Lorenzo is equally at home in nightclubs, concert halls, and theatres. Brian has appeared at The Metropolitan Room, The Iridium, Don’t Tell Mama, Eighty-Eight’s, the New York Cabaret Convention, and the International Cabaret Festival in New York; the first and second Chicago Cabaret Convention; Scullers Jazz Club (Boston); three Boston Cabaret Festivals; The Palm, and Incanto (Puerto Vallarta, Mexico); the Cape Cod Cabaret Festival; and multiple times at CabaretFest! Provincetown.

He has performed tributes to Sinatra & Tony Bennett (“Sinatra, Tony, & Me”) and to Nat King Cole at New York’s Metropolitan Room and Boston’s top jazz club, Scullers. “Come Fly with Me: Brian De Lorenzo Celebrates Sinatra” was named one of the “Top Ten of New York Cabaret 2015.”

Brian sang with the Western New York Chamber Orchestra and the Little Apple Big Band in celebration of the 50th Anniversary of The Rockefeller Arts Center at the State University of New York at Fredonia.

Of his latest recording, I Know More Now, New York entertainment writer John Hoglund said: “De Lorenzo has a penchant for story songs that pack a profound punch. In this regard, he is always committed and gives thrilling interpretations of old and new gems that speak from the soul.” 

Brian earned the title “Performer of the Year” by winning first place at Talent America’s 27th Annual “Talent of the Year Awards” in New York, competing with performers from all over the United States. His debut recording “Found Treasures” was nominated for the “Recording of the Year Award” by the Manhattan Association of Cabarets & Clubs (MAC). He is also featured extensively on the original cast recording “Made in America: Vaudeville Songs,” a tribute to the Gumm (Judy Garland) family in which he starred at Don’t Tell Mama in New York.

Brian has appeared in a variety of musicals and plays, including award-winning productions of On the Twentieth Century and Andrew Lippa’s The Wild Party. Other credits include “Dr Fine/Dr Madden” in Next to Normal; “Bob Cratchit” in A Christmas Carol; “Max” in Lend Me a Tenor; “Zangara” in Assassins (named best theatre production of the year by The Boston Globe); “Jinx” in Forever Plaid; “Head Waiter” in She Loves Me; “Charley” in Merrily We Roll Along; and “Mordechai” in a European tour of Esther, by Liz Swados.

Band Line Up

Brian De Lorenzo (vocalist)

Simon Wallace (piano)