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Olivia Stevens has played leading roles in plays and musicals in Stockholm, London and New York. During the last few years she has performed her One-woman shows, inspired by the world of musicals and cabaret, to sold-out houses at the metropolitan Room, Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center in NY as well as in major venues in Europe.

Olivia Stevens' repertory spans from great Broadway-musicals, glamorous gems from the 50's, 30's decadence and romantic French chansons. Favorites from Cabaret, Chess and West Side Story as well as legends likes Leonard Cohen, Liza Minelli, Frank Sinatra, Fred Astaire, Piaf, and Zarah Leander. Music for a wide audience.

We offer Olivia Steven's musical entertainment to your party, event and concerts. You can book parts of a concert or show, or cocktail music with Olivia. We also adjust the content to different events and themes.

Music that entertains guests and visitors and also music that enhances messages and promotes brands. Marketing for the senses at its best.

Clients in New York; Johan Lindeberg, Donald Trump, Ericsson, H & M, Swedbank, SAS, Swedish Chamber of Commerce, Chase Manhattan Bank, etc. Sweden; Swedbank, Sydkraft, IKEA, Volvo etc.

BOOKINGS:
+46 60 17 17 66
+46 84 52 25 52
info@programbolaget.com
www.programbolaget.com

We bring New York to you; Broadway - hits from Cabaret, Chess and West Side Story. The American songbook and jazz from Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center and The Metropolitan Room – some of the legendary New York-spots that Olivia has performed in. Smoke rings in a candlelit room and a glittering spotlight. Ten gala dresses...songs in Swedish and English.

SONGS:

The Man that Got Away (Gershwin), Wilkommen, Maybe This Time, Mein Herr (Cabaret), A Boy Like That (West Side Story), Dance Me to the End of Love (Leonard Cohen), The Winner Takes it All (Mamma Mia), Speak Low (Kurt Weill)

Memories of the great film legends are brought to life through the stars and songs of Hollywood's Golden Age: Frank Sinatra, Fred Astaire and Judy Garland. Singing in The Rain, Italian ballads on accordion under the stars, and tap-dancing to the song Top Hat. Olivia plays the crash cymbal, the harmonica and the ukulele while Bjarne stands in for the stars in medleys and duets. Sing-along to: "When the Moon hits your eye like a big pizza pie, That's Amore!"

SONGS:

Top Hat, Cheek to Cheek (Fred Astaire), There's no Business like Show Business, That's Life, New York, New York (Frank Sinatra), That's Amore, Lazy Mary (Dean Martin)

Marlene Dietrich, Zarah Leander and Sally Bowles' immortal songs transport you to the decadent Berlin, where cosmopolites change identities and roles. Sumptuous classics are mixed with forbidden Jewish songs - about women's rights and the gay movement, about love, oppression and freedom. Savvy, provocative and always up to date. The champagne is pored while Swedish icon, Zarah Leander toasts with the audience while singing: "It began with a Glass of Champagne and ended up with a Kiss" in Swedish, English and German.

SONGS:

Ich bin Von Kopf bis Fuß, Lili Marlene (Marlene Dietrich), Illusions, The Lavender Song, Chuck all The Men out of The Reichstag (Berlin Cabaret songs), Want to See A Star?, Café Zigane, It all Began with a Glass of Champagne, Wunderbar, I Want a Gondola in The Venice of Sweden, Nur Nicht aus Liebe Weinen, Song of Crickets (Zarah Leander)

Songs sung by the most popular French singers ever: Edith Piaf, Brel, and the cabaret legend Aznavour. Accordion, red lanterns and a sing-along to "La Vie en Rose". Olivia sings a seductive and intoxicated chanson stretched out on the piano and dances a wild dance with a member of the audience to the musette accordion. "He kissed my neck and I said: I already have someone in my life...he replied: I don't care. I can be your lover". The chansons are performed in original French and in new English and Swedish translations.

SONGS:

Hymne a L'Amour, Sous le Ciel de Paris, La Vie en Rose, La Foule, Milord (Piaf), Carousel, Ne me Quitte Pas, Song of Old Lovers (Brel), Pigalle, La Bohème (Aznavour), Gare du Lyon (Barbara), Les Feuilles Mortes/The Autumn Leaves (Jacques Prévert)