Grammy Winner Mads Tolling: Mads Men at Antioch’s El Campanil Theatre, April 12

MadsMenThe Instrumental Hits from TV’s MAD MEN Era with The Mads Tolling Quartet and Guest Vocalist Nicholas Crossen

Internationally renowned violinist Mads Tolling makes his El Campanil Theatre debut on Sunday, April 12 at 3pm with his program entitled Mads Men: A Celebration of Instrumental Hits from the 1960’s Mad Men Era. The program includes popular TV & Movie Themes and Top 10 hit recordings ranging from “Mission Impossible”, “The Pink Panther”, and “Meet The Flintstones” to “Georgia On My Mind” and “Classical Gas.”

Antioch’s Nicholas Crossen (“American Idol” contestant, Season 12) is the Guest Vocalist to perform classics including the Theme from “A Summer Place”, “A Time For Us” (from Romeo & Juliet), “It Don’t Mean A Thing (If It Ain’t Got That Swing), and “What A Wonderful World.”

Having recently and triumphantly debuted his Violin Concerto composition with The Oakland East Bay Symphony, Mads is originally from Copenhagen, Denmark.  He won two Grammy Awards for Best Classical Crossover albums, was nominated for a third Grammy this year, and is a featured Yamaha Artist.

He has appeared at many of the world’s most prestigious Jazz Festivals and performance venues, and continues to tour nationally and internationally with over 1,000 concert appearances to his credit from around the globe.  He is a former member of both Turtle Island Quartet and Stanley Clarke’s band.

Joining Mads in his Mads Tolling Quartet are world-class musicians Colin Hogan at piano, Sam Bevan on bass, and Eric Garland on drums.

Mads Toling

Mads Tolling

Two-Time Grammy Award Winner MADS TOLLING

MADS MEN: A Celebration of Instrumental Hits from the 60’s Mad Men Era

with local Guest Vocalist Nicholas Crossen

SUNDAY, APRIL 12 at 3pm

El Campanil Theatre

602 W. Second Street, Antioch CA 94509

Box Office: (925) 757-9500

Tickets: Adults $25, Seniors $20, Students $10

(Youth under 18: Free when accompanied by an Adult or Senior)

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