Tim Janis American Christmas Carol

Monday, September 10th, 2012 at 11:36

Hayley is delighted to be taking part in the Tim Janis American Christmas Carol concert at New York’s Carnegie Hall on Friday 30th November. She will be guesting alongside Grammy Award winner Sarah McLachlan, internationally renowned singer/songwriter Loreena McKennitt and multi-platinum vocalist Andrea Corr.

Additional acts on the bill will include Sleepy Man Banjo Boys, Dawn Kenney and Amy Petty.

The concert is being put together by composer, musician, conductor and arranger Tim Janis, who has sold millions of albums worldwide and worked with some of the top names in the entertainment business, from Paul McCartney and Billy Joel to Ray Charles and George Clooney!

Proceeds from the concert will be donated to The Golden Hat Foundation, a non-profit organisation dedicated to eliminating barriers for people with autism around the world and creating an environment that holds these individuals as intellectually capable. For more information about the organisation’s work, please visit: www.goldenhatfoundation.org

Tickets for Tim Janis American Christmas Carol will go on sale at 11am (local time) on Friday 28th September, from CarnegieCharge at (212) 247 7800 and www.carnegiehall.org.

And please note there is a 30 per cent ‘fan appreciation ticket discount’ for the first four days that tickets go on sale! Simply quote the discount code FAN15148 when making your booking. But remember: the discount will only be available from 11am on Friday 28th September until 11.59pm on Monday 1st October 2012.

 


Displaying 6 Comments

  1. Posted by Roman    28/09/2012 03:11

    Not too keen on Christmas carols, but to see Hayley live at Carnegie Hall… very tempting!

  2. Posted by Richard G Mynett    16/09/2012 19:47

    Looking forward to Seeing you in November. Would love to Share energies.
    Blessing in the Light
    Richard G mynett

  3. Posted by Yoshihisa Uchida    13/09/2012 01:49

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    • Posted by Yoshihisa Uchida    16/10/2012 03:51

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