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Nana Mouskouri to Return to Toronto with 'Forever Young' Tour

Nana Mouskouri to Return to Toronto with 'Forever Young' Tour

Nana Mouskouri attracts legions of admirers wherever she performs. With an estimated four hundred million albums sold, Nana Mouskouri is among the top 25 recording artists of all time.

The holder of 300 gold and platinum discs that have punctuated her glorious career, containing 1600 tracks in 19 different languages. In 2018 Nana will celebrate 60 years of success in music, just recording her 134th album and we haven't heard the last of her yet.

The Forever Young Tour is a new journey, going back to the beginnings through the waters of youth. Dreams do not wither -- neither do songs. They are bubbles of eternity embracing our memories, the soundtrack of our lives. A tour that has earned its title, features many of her most beautiful songs including Song for Liberty, The White Rose of Athens, Soleil Soleil, and more.

Nana Mouskouri devotes her inspiration to the artists she's met along the road, people from countless countries, who taught her to love words and notes. 60 years of music and fantastic friendships: Michel Legrand, Quincy Jones, Bob Dylan, Leonard Cohen, Joni Mitchell, Bobby Scott, Simon & Garfunkel, Serge Gainsbourg, Pierre Delanoë, Claude Lemesle, Mark Knopfler, Tony Visconti, Manos Hadjidakis, Nikos Gatsos, Serge Lama, Francis Cabrel and so many others from here and there, from yesterday and today. "No matter what you want to achieve, all that counts is the way to get there. Why, how and with whom you travel!" she claims. A progress in love and music, a way to learn and understand, a course to be served and honoured.

IF YOU GO:

Nana Mouskouri Brings Forever Young Tour to Toronto

Saturday, May 19, 2018, 8 pm

Roy Thomson Hall (60 Simcoe St.) | Toronto
Tickets $69.50-$119.50 | On Sale Friday, October 20 @ 10am

For tickets call 416-872-4255, online at roythomsonhall.com, or visit the Roy Thomson Hall Box Office.



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