- “For Kids from One to Ninety-Two,” featuring a slew of favorite holiday classics
- “I’ll Be Home For Christmas,” “It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year,”
- A medley of “Winter Wonderland/Sleigh Ride/Let it Snow”
- “The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting . . .)” written by Steve’s dad, Mel Tormé.
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50% OFF Main Level Tickets to Steve March-Tormé - Tuesday, December 11 at 7:30 PM
“For Kids from One to Ninety-Two,” a program featuring a slew of favorite holiday classics, including:
“I’ll Be Home For Christmas,” “It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year,” a medley of “Winter Wonderland/Sleigh Ride/Let it Snow” and of course “The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting . . .)” written by Steve’s dad, Mel Tormé.
The show also includes selections from the Great American Songbook that Steve and his dad have both sung and a sprinkling of original songs, not to mention stories from Steve’s life as a second generation performer to not only his famous father, but also his famous stepfather, TV host/actor Hal March (The $64,000 Question Show).
This thoroughly entertaining concert of music is not to be missed!!
Paramount Center for the Arts
913 West St Germain Street
St Cloud, MN 56301
913 West St Germain Street St Cloud, MN 56301
The Paramount Center for the Arts includes an Education and Outreach Department that supports the mission of the Paramount by enhancing and expanding arts opportunities in Central Minnesota beyond the walls of the theater and visual arts center. As one of four departments at the Paramount, Education Outreach includes a Director who works with other staff to see that the arts are available in the community to foster artistic literacy and to explore central human themes that will deepen understanding, foster curiosity, expand perspective and build relationships.