October 23 - 30, 2020, Queen Mary 2.
For one spectacular week, an eclectic mix of musical delights - from rock to jazz and gospel to opera - will fill Queen Mary 2's entertainment venues.
Guest performers include Grammy Award winner Midge Ure, gospel sensation The Kingdom Choir, singers from English National Opera, Broadway stars Faith Prince and Seth Rudetsky, and classical cellist Julian Lloyd Webber.
Expect spectacular performances in the Royal Court Theatre, afternoon recitals, and evening jazz in the Carinthia Lounge, courtesy of our house band and special guest Georgina Jackson, trumpet player and vocalist for the legendary Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Orchestra.
Workshops and Q&As with the stars of Transatlantic Music Week will provide an insightful behind the scenes look into the world of music.
Special guests on board.
Julian and Jiaxin Lloyd Webber with Pam Chowhan.
The Kingdom Choir.
Following their show-stopping performance at the Royal Wedding in 2018, The Kingdom Choir signed a record deal with Sony Music UK and released their debut album 'Stand By Me' later that year. Showcasing the pure joy and spirituality of their sound, the album went to number 1 on the Billboard Gospel Songs Chart. Since then the choir have performed sold-out shows around the UK and USA.
Faith is a familiar face on television, with recurring roles on Modern Family, Melissa & Joey and Drop Dead Diva as well as a host of other credits including Grey’s Anatomy, CSI, House, and Law and Order. Film credits include Our Very Own, Picture Perfect, Dave, and My Father the Hero.
He was the artistic producer/music director for the first five annual Actors Fund Fall Concerts, including Dreamgirls and Hair. He has written several books about Broadway including Seth’s Broadway Diary volumes 1-3 as well as two young adult books published by Random House. On television, his writing credits include The Rosie O’Donnell Show.