Bour­bon Street Stom­pers wow au­di­ence

Sold-out crowd de­lighted with Teu­lada per­for­mance

Costa Blanca News (North Edition) - - NEWS - News Staff Re­porter

THE FA­MOUS New Or­leans clas­sic jazz band, The Bour­bon Street Stom­pers, along with vo­cal­ist Joshua Ste­wart, daz­zled the au­di­ence of the Teu­lada au­di­to­rium with a re­cent per­for­mance.

Be­fore a sold-out crowd, their mu­sic both fas­ci­nated and en­thralled fans.

The Bour­bon Street Stom­pers played mu­sic from the 1920s and 1930s with great strength and en­ergy, and on this oc­ca­sion they were ac­com­pa­nied by the pow­er­ful voice of the Amer­i­can opera and jazz vo­cal­ist, Joshua Ste­wart, who trained at the Cur­tis In­sti­tute of Philadel­phia. His voice and tech­nique matched per­fectly with the pro­fes­sion­al­ism of the Bour­bons.

The per­for­mance lasted for around two and a half hours of mu­sic. The night also brought a sur­prise, as Joshua Ste­wart wanted to hon­our the great so­prano, Montser­rat Ca­ballé, who died re­cently aged 85 years old. Ste­wart ded­i­cated a very emo­tional cap­pella, to both the ap­plause and tears of the au­di­ence. The Bour­bons per­for­mance fin­ished with a stand­ing ova­tion from the au­di­ence, and is it hoped they will re­turn again next year.

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