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If the UN had a house-band circa 1962: Thomas Lauderdale and Pink Martini

Thomas Lauderdale, China Forbes and Pink Martini The genre-crossing pianist Thomas Lauderdale and his ensemble Pink Martini are currently on tour and will be performing in the UK from 21 October 2016, including appearing at The Royal Albert Hall. The Portland, Oregon based 'little orchestra' has a repertoire which includes classical, Latin, jazz and classic pop, and is currently celebrating its 22nd birthday.
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