And All That Jazz... Raising funds.
Yesterday evening the NATO Jazz Orchestra made of 12 musicians in the pattern of a full size orchestra representing the Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) under the direction of Canadian Martin Labbe, gave a concert at Auditorium Rainier III. They played a varied program from Glenn Miller to Peter Gabriel with their singer interpreting songs from Sinatra, while the 22 members of the orchestra of the celebrated company of police officers of the Prince interpreted pieces of not only military music, but also variety and swing. For the finale both orchestras played together to the cheers of the Monegasque public. This charity concert organized by the Kiwanis Club of Monaco raised Euro 15,000 for the Princess Charlene Foundation, favouring their actions in the aid of children, in the presence of HRH Prince Albert and HRH Princess Charlene.
Alain Dorato President of the Kiwanis Club Monaco with HRH Princess Charlene and HRH Prince Albert