Harold Sanditen is making a return to the Tulsa stage with his cabaret show Flyin’ High as part of LIFE Senior Services’ Musical Mondays, a concert series designed especially for Tulsa-area seniors. The series is returning for its 16th season, with five Monday evening concerts set for April through August. Presented by LIFE Senior Services, the series features some of Tulsa’s most talented and respected musicians.
Tulsa native Harold Sanditen, son of Jean and Will Sanditen, will perform his cabaret show Flyin’ High as part of the series on Monday, May 22 at 7 p.m. (doors open at 6 p.m.) at Cascia Hall’s Performing Arts Center. Flyin’ High is a comic look at travel, with Sanditen, an intrepid traveler who has visited 73 countries and every continent except Antarctica, as your tour guide. Take a trip around the world with this high-octane, and highly entertaining selection of songs about a life well-travelled. In Sanditen’s inimitable style and delicious voice, you’ll hear each song in a new light, with exceptional and unique arrangements.
“A better match than Harold Sanditen, his vocals and his elegant panache would be hard to find anywhere,” said LA Talk Radio.
Sanditen finds the humor amongst it all, from Albuquerque to the Zambezi, with songs by The Beatles, Cy Coleman, Jimmy Van Heusen, Carole King, Irving Berlin, Antonio Carlos Jobim, Kurt Weill and many more. Flyin’ High originated in London at the Crazy Coqs in 2014, and has subsequently toured to packed houses from LA to Paris. It was also recorded as a live CD, which will be available after the show. Sanditen will be accompanied by Scott McQuade on piano and Jared Johnson on drums.
“Sanditen’s honey-toned vocals and the mix of smooth ballads and exciting jazz-infused numbers, make this world trip a joy!” said Cabaret Scenes Magazine.
You’re guaranteed good music and laughs, and might even shed a tear or two. Great, toe-tapping fun!