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&  LA VIE EN ROUGE bilingual French & English

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CHASING RAINBOWS is Louise's newest show that delves into the music made famous by Judy Garland


The Symphony Pops Experience




Orchestral Selection

If I Ruled The World, Leslie Bricusse (Pickwick)  2:45

Somewhere That’s Green, Menken/Ashman (Little Shop of Horrors)  4:45

As Long As He Needs Me, Bart (Oliver)  4:00

100 Easy Ways to Lose A Man, Bernstein/Comden/Green (Wonderful Town) - piano only  4:00

Smile, Charlie Chaplin/J. Turner/G. Parsons  approx 3:00

A Quiet Thing, Kander/Ebb (Flora The Red Menace)  3:00

Marieke, Jacques Brel (Jacques Brel Is Alive And Well...)  3:30

Some People, Jule Styne/Stephen Sondheim (Gypsy)  3:45


Orchestral Selection

Rock A Bye Your Baby With A Dixie Melody, Jean Schwartz/Sam M. Lewis/Joe Young (Jolson)  3:30

The Man That Got Away, Harold Arlen/Ira Gershwin (A Star Is Born)  4:45

I Dreamed A Dream, Schoenberg/Boublil/Natel/Kretzmer (Les Miserables)  4:15

Send in the Clowns, Stephen Sondheim (A Little Night Music)  4:00

Thank you for the Music (piano only) / The Winner Takes It All (full orchestra), Andersson/Ulvaeus (Mamma Mia!)  5:30

Don’t Rain On My Parade, Jule Styne/Bob Merrill (Funny Girl)  3:00

—Encore: You and I, Leslie Bricusse (Goodbye Mr. Chips) - piano only  3:00



Orchestral Selection

If I Ruled the World, Leslie Bricusse  2:45

A Quiet Thing, Kander/Ebb  3:00

Rock A Bye Your Baby With a A Dixie Melody, Jean Schwartz  3:30

La Vie En Rose, Louiguy/Piaf  3:30

Ne Me Quitte Pas, Jacques Brel - piano only  4:15

Hymne A L’Amour, Edith Piaf/Marguerite Monnot  3:45

J'avais Rêvé d'une Autre Vie, A. Boublil/C-M. Schoenberg  4:15

100 Easy Ways to Lose a Man, Bernstein/Comden/Green - piano only 4:00

Marieke, Jacques Brel  3:30


Orchestral Selection

An Affair to Remember, Harry Warren  4:25

The Man That Got Away, Harold Arlen/Ira Gershwin  4:45

Le Ciel Est Bleu, Louise Pitre  4:30

The Windmills of Your Mind, Alan & Marilyn Bergman/Michel Legrand | French lyrics: Eddy Marnay - 7 pieces only  2:45

The Winner Takes It All, Benny Andersson/Bjorn Ulvaeus  4:00

Sometimes | You And I, Henry Mancini/Leslie Bricusse - piano only  3:45

Don’t Rain On My Parade, Jule Styne/Bob Merrill  3:00

—Encore: Non! Je Ne Regrette Rien, Michel Vaucaire/Charles Dumont  3:00


"I’ve watched and admired Louise in performance for longer than she’d like me to say. Several times over the years I’ve thought if Louise were American she’d be a household name by now. She’s the complete package – a beautiful woman with a superb voice who knows just how to engage an audience. Her years in the theatre give her an advantage on the concert platform because she knows how to shape a song, pace a performance, build a climax – and at the same time she shares with us her love of music and life in the most naturally delightful way.”

Elaine Calder, President, Oregon Symphony

"When Louise Pitre sings a song, you know what it means. As a writer, that is the first thing about a song that matters to me. She has charisma to burn and a voice that goes straight to the heart. She has no superiors."

Terrence McNally, Playwright, Composer (Ragtime, Master Class, Catch Me If You Can)

"Louise Pitre is a rare breed - a terrific singer who is also a superlative dramatic actress. Her performances with our orchestra were knockouts!  She commands the stage with aplomb, and had our audience in the palm of her hand from the first note."

Rob McAlear, Artistic Administrator, Edmonton Symphony Orchestra

"Louise Pitre is one of the most passionate and soulful singers I have ever worked with. It is a total joy to perform with her! She never fails to thrill an audience, whether in French or English, on Broadway or around the world.”

David Charles Abell, Music Director, Les Miserables, Montreal and Paris

"Louise Pitre is a consummate musician, with a beautiful rich voice and great style. In  Mamma Mia!, she never gave less than 100% of her voice, talent and spirit. No one has sung The Winner Takes it All like her since!”

David Holcenberg, Conductor, Mamma Mia! Broadway Production

"Working with Louise was absolutely delightful.  She could not be a more warm, kind and generous colleague.  But watch out when she launches into a song, as a ferocious drive and intensity take over.  It is truly transporting.  She had the orchestra eating out of her hand from the start of the first rehearsal, and the audience hanging on every word.  She is deeply musical, and I hope that I will have many more chances to work with her in the future."

Steven Osgood, Conductor