An Evening With Charles Aznavour

Acclaimed singer/songwriter Charles Aznavour – known as the “French Frank Sinatra” – lines up a brief North American tour, including stops on both coasts.

The 92-year-old entertainer has been performing since his early childhood and got his big break by being discovered by Edith Piaf, who invited him to tour France and the U.S. from 1947-1948.

During his eight-decade career, Aznavour has written and recorded more than 1,200 songs in eight languages. His hits include “La Boheme,” “Yesterday, When I Was Young,” “La Mamma” and “What Makes a Man.” His work was recognized with an induction into the Songwriter Hall of Fame and as a recipient of the MIDEM Lifetime Achievement Award.

Aznavour’s accolades include Belgium’s Order of the Crown, an honorary doctorate from the University of Montreal, the rank of Officer of the Order of Canada, and an honorary order from Russia for “contributing to strengthening cultural relations between Russia and France.”  

He is also an actor, author and humanitarian.  

The U.S. excursion begins with a performance at the Theatre At Madison Square Garden.

Oct. 15 – New York, N.Y., Theater At Madison Square Garden     
Oct. 18 – Boston, Mass., Wang Theatre – Citi Performing Arts Center        
Oct. 21 – Montreal, Quebec, Bell Centre      
Oct. 25 – Miami, Fla., The Adrienne Arsht Center For The Performing Arts Of Miami-Dade County       
Oct. 28 – Los Angeles, Calif., Pantages Theatre      

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