The Glenn Miller Orchestra
Directed by Ray McVay
One night only at London’s IndigO2 at the O2 Arena
Wednesday 18th May 2011

Swing right back to the glory days of the 1940’s Big Band Era on Wednesday 18th May 2011 as the world famous Glenn Miller Orchestra makes a special one off performance at the IndigO2, London’s newest and most intimate live music venue.
This is the first time that the big band sound has been heard at the O2 and is your only chance to see the Glenn Miller Orchestra in London, the only ensemble approved by the Glenn Miller Estate to use the name of arguably one of the most talented composers, jazz musicians and big band leaders of all time.
Music on the night will include The Glenn Miller Orchestra signature tune Moonlight Serenade and other classic scores including American Patrol, Chattanooga Choo Choo, A String of Pearls, Tuxedo Junction, Little Brown Jug and Pennsylvania 6-500 - songs that defined a generation and continue to endure more than 60 years after they were first played.
Formed in 1988 in conjunction with the Glenn Miller Productions of New York, The Glenn Miller Orchestra allows fans to experience the music exactly as it would have been played in the dancehalls of post-war 1940’s America. Directed by Ray McVay, the Orchestra has maintained the exact on stage line-up devised by Glenn, consisting of the leader, five saxophones, four trumpets, four trombones and three rhythms plus a male and female vocalist.
The band perform from a library of more than 200 scores including arrangements from both the civilian and Army/Air Force orchestras and contributions from the world's greatest arrangers including Jerry Gray, Billy May and Bill Finegan and to add to the air of nostalgia the Glynn Miller Orchestra perform in US Air Force Army uniforms in the second half of the show.

Ticket prices start from £25 plus booking fees and are available to purchase online at or by calling the Ticketmaster Box Office on 0870 163 3408.

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