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Barbra & Céline: Double The Divas

Infinity Hartford

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Sat, June 03, 2017
Hartford, CT
Show at 8 PM

Ticket INFO

Price: $24 - $39

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Opera / Tribute Band / Vocal
Barbra & Céline: Double The Divas

Joni Lambert is joining us at Infinity Hall Hartford and performing all the classic hits from both Barbra Streisand and Celine Dion. This one of a kind hit show has wowed audiences throughout the country and is making its first ever stop at Infinity Hall. Come join us for this incredible vocal and theatrical performance. Grab your tickets today.

Joni Lambert

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Artist Bio

This amazing singer/Tribute Artist/Impersonator brings two great divas to one show in the “Barbra & Céline: Double the Divas” Tribute Show. This two act performance feature Céline Dion in one act and Barbra Streisand in the other, bringing the greatest hits of these superstars with uncanny authenticity of look, sound, and movement.

With the look and sound of Barbra Streisand and Celine Dion, this performer brings the excitement and unmistakable vocals of the great divas to this amazing tribute show as Barbra singing her greatest hits, belting songs like “Don’t Rain on My Parade”, and touching hearts with ballads such as, “The Way We Were” and as Céline singing her greatest hits, like “The Power of Love”, and touching hearts with ballads such as, “My Heart Will Go On”, often moving audiences to tears.

With vocals so close she is often accused of lip-synching, this performer also brings the feel of Streisand and Dion in concert by incorporating actual dialog from their own performances into her show, giving audiences an authentic experience. Close attention to detail is paid from the look, sound, costumes, and movement of the original artists.


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