Rufus Wainwright Glenside PA Tickets, Keswick Theatre, Dec 7, 2018, Concert
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Rufus Wainwright Glenside Concert Tickets in Dec 7, 2018 at Keswick Theatre in 08:00 PM available for sale as part of the announced Rufus Wainwright North American Live Tour 2018. All latest concert dates, tour schedule, setlist, video, reviews and etc you can find at Rufus Wainwright Tour Page.


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Keswick Theatre
291 North Keswick Avenue
19038
Glenside, PA, US

Biography

Rufus McGarrigle Wainwright (born July 22, 1973) is an American-Canadian singer, songwriter, and composer. He has recorded seven albums of original music and numerous tracks on compilations and film soundtracks. He has also written a classical opera and set Shakespeare sonnets to music for a theater piece by Robert Wilson. More...

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13 Responses to “Rufus Wainwright Glenside PA Tickets, Keswick Theatre, Dec 7, 2018, Concert”

  1. Rex Degrandpre

    An outstanding concert. Such a powerful, emotion-packed voice. And the piano playing, also. .An amazingly talented person, full of energy. He spoke just the right amount to the audience–not too little, not too much. The orchestra was good as well, never overpowering Rufus. The concert lasted a full two hours, with two encores. We drove six hours to see him, and would do it again.

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  2. Pearl Wisseman

    An amazing performaner. Funny, so very talented. Grateful that I was able to see him in the fabulous Carolina Theatre. Brilliant evening

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  3. Sibyl Land

    Rufus is amazing. Magical. Bottom line. Go see him if you ever have the chance.

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  4. Bobbie Riis

    Great show! Amazing talent. Loved just Rufus and his piano, guitar and voice. Bigger fan than before!

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  5. Jonnie Zumbo

    The Lexington Opera House was the perfect venue for this incredible performance from Rufus Wainwright. What a great day to be a Lexingtonian! Thanks for making our city a stop on the tour.

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  6. Janene Milosevic

    Horrible show. Very disorganized. About as entertaining as a session with a Freudian Psychiatrist, and resent having paid to see it!! Song material and tone of the show was so boring and depressing that we left before the end. Actually was thinking of walking up to the stage and presenting MY bill for his therapy work. Would not recommend this show to anyone, and sorry we attended.

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  7. Stewart Rymut

    Rufus Wainright delivered a wonderful performance in Napa! The crowd was packed with his loyal fans. Rufus sang a beautiful and thoughtful mix of his wonderful songs, including the very poignant tribute to his late mother “Candles” and “The Maker Makes” along with his classic favorites “Cigarettes and Chocolate Milk”, and the amazing “Poses”, and very relevant “April Fools”, “California”, “I’m So Tired of You America”. I try to see Rufus whenever he visits the Bay Area, and so it was especially meaningful that he sang a mix of old favorites along with songs not heard on his recent concerts in Santa Cruz and Sonoma that are so relevant to the political goings on in our country. And, finally, bravo to Rufus for indulging us with “Hallelujah”! Can’t wait till he returns to the Bay Area again!

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  8. Tomas Kollmorgen

    All this man needs is his voice, a piano, and an acoustic guitar. I was beyond impressed with his performance. He is a true talent on so many levels and put on a fantastic show!

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  9. Nadia Gehle

    The Carolina Theatre has acoustics that made it difficult to understand the words he was singing. There were whole songs where you couldn’t figure out what it was about. It did not mitigate the brilliance of his talent, but it did diminish the enjoyment. It was as if I was listening to a great concert in a language I couldn’t speak or understand.

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  10. Ruby Nickas

    Rufus charms with his stage persona and great singing

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  11. Stacee Mcluckie

    I was thrilled to hear Mr. Wainwrights beautiful voice! I saw him several times on TV and I started watching him on YouTube but that did not compare to hearing him in person. I was brought to tears at times! He has a real gift! I hope to see him again!. Such a talented man! Thank you Rufus!

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  12. Jean Corniel

    I had only experienced Rufus two and a half times prior. The half when he appeared with Ben Folds and Guster. The first full in Louisville, KY at Iroquois Park, and the second full in Nashville at The Ryman. Like a fine wine, Rufus only got better with age. This was him along with his piano and acoustic guitar. Exquisite and stunning!

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  13. Daniel Laganga

    We had box seats and they were fabulous. He was very personable and knew a lot about Lexington. He talked to the crowd a lot. I simply love his music.

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