FASO brings back fun-filled ‘Swing the Night Away,’ May 20

/ 01:18 AM March 16, 2018


FASO transformed as a swing band, with music director Robert “Bob” Shroder and guest singer Deedee Magno Hall, in last year’s “Swing the Night Away.” RUBEN V. NEPALES

LOS ANGELES — Due to popular demand, the Filipino American Symphony Orchestra (FASO) brings back “Swing the Night Away” on Sunday, May 20.


“Swing” is the one night when the acclaimed orchestra is configured into a swinging big band, and attendees can dance to their hearts’ content.

And to make this “Swing” show even “swingier,” this year’s theme is masquerade ball. So, bring out your masks and dancing shoes to The Signature at Granada in Granada Hills, which will be transformed into a fun, elegant night club.


An exciting line-up of guest performers will be announced soon. Save the date for this annual event by FASO which brings together dancing aficionados as well as music lovers who just want to sit back and enjoy swing music by FASO, under the musical direction of Robert “Bob” Shroder. DIs or dancing instructors will be available to guests.

The $125 ticket per person includes cocktails at 5 p.m. and dinner at 6:30 p.m. Tickets and information are available at www.fasofoundation.org or by calling Bob Shroder, (818) 395-8936, Arlene Ferrolino, (213) 248-9850 and Andy Tecson, (323) 467-5096.

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