Monday, August 11, 2008


(A Late Summer Night's Dream Concert)
featuring Sitti Navarro and special guest Joey Albert
with the very special guest appearance of David Pomeranz

For the first time, this summer of 2008, Sitti Navarro, the Philippines' Queen of Bossa Nova, brings her refreshing brand of music to her U.S.-based fans and all bossa music lovers in an exclusive concert tour of key U.S. cities with special guests Ms. Joey Albert and David Pomeranz in "A Little Night Music." In this one magical summer evening, you will witness a unique combination of love songs and flawless musical artistry only Sitti Navarro, Joey Albert and David Pomeranz together could deliver.

First stop is Los Angeles at the Wilshire Ebell Theatre on August 23, 2008 (Saturday) at 7:30 p.m., followed by a pre-Labor Day weekend performance at the Pechanga Resort & Casino in Temecula, California, on August 29, 2008 (Friday) at 9:00 p.m., and then capped with the third and final performance at the Cashman Theatre in Las Vegas, Nevada, on August 31, 2008 (Sunday) at 7:30 p.m. on Labor Day weekend.

Sitti Navarro or simply Sitti is one of the Philippines' newest young singers best known for her bossa nova singing style which highlights her uniquely soothing voice and strikingly beautiful persona. Debuting only in 2006, she first swept the nation with a string of bossa-style cover songs and has since become a full-fledged concert performer and certified recording artist with 4 best-selling albums to her name: Cafe Bossa (2006, Double Platinum), Sitti Live! (2007, Gold), Sitti In The Mix (2007), and My Bossa Nova (2007). Favorite Sitti hits include: Girl From Ipanema, Tattooed On My Mind, At 17, Hey Look At The Sun, I Didn't Know I Was Looking For Love, Invisible War, One Note Samba, Soft Melody, You On My Mind, Lady Wants To Know, Close To You/Half A Minute, Samba Song, Bridges, Mas Que Nada, Wave, Fly Me To The Moon, and Para Sa Akin.

Joey Albert is a favorite concert performer of many Filipinos and best known for her string of Original Pilipino Music (OPM) hits such as Points of View (with Pops Fernandez), Yakapin Mo Ako, Kumukutikutitap, Ikaw Lang Ang Mamahalin, I Remember The Boy, Iisa Pa Lamang, Sa Iyo Lamang, Million Miles Away, and most especially her hauntingly beautiful rendition of the Louie Ocampo original and monster hit Tell Me, a certified Gold Record for which she was awarded the prestigious 1985 Cecil Awards' Best Female Recording Artist. Tell Me was such a colossal hit that it topped the charts as a remake by the Side A Band in 1998 and was also recorded by American singer-composer David Pomeranz in 2000. "I Remember The Boy" was a revival hit by Lea Salonga. Many of Joey's songs have been performed countless times and immortalized by popular recording artists of different generations.

David Pomeranz is an American singer, composer, lyricist, and writer for musical theatre, who has endeared himself to Filipinos in the Philippines and all over the world with hit classics including Trying to Get the Feeling Again, The Old Songs, (both recorded by Barry Manilow), King and Queen of Hearts, Got To Believe in Magic (from the 1982 Scott Baio hit movie "Zapped"), Born For You and It's In Everyone Of Us (featured in the Tom Hanks film Big and later at the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul, South Korea. He endeared himself more to the Filipinos when he performed and recorded the Joey Albert-Louie Ocampo original love song Tell Me and the Filipino Christmas classic Pasko Na Sinta Ko. In an exciting and varied career spanning a wide range of musical media, David Pomeranz's multi-platinum selling songs, recordings and concert performances have delighted and inspired millions all over the world.

To open the show is dynamic new artist Lara Avengoza, whose debut CD "Listen" was recently launched in a solo concert before a jampacked crowd at the Celebrity Center in Hollywood, California. Her stunning performance earned rave reviews from the local media. And as one writer put it, she has "convinced the music community's talent watchers that she has what it takes to be a major performer, if not a star."

A Little Night Music is directed by Jet Montelibano and produced by Creative Concepts International and RPJ Productions in association with R-Page, Inc., and the US-Phil Expo 2008. Sponsors are Global Money Transfer, (Online Shop for Suits & Barongs), Law Offices of Atty. Abraham L. Lim, Unite Cars, Cherry's Salon, Gawad Kalinga, Manila Science High School Batch '79, LA Builders Lions Club, Globe Express International Las Vegas branch, and LA Sound Machine. Music direction is by Tateng Katindig.

Media sponsors are Asian Journal, Weekend Balita, Asian-American People's Journal, Ang Peryodiko,,, and Las Vegas Valley Balita.

For tickets and inquiries, call Creative Concepts at (888) 886-7889 or (323) 788-8911, RPJ Productions at (310) 483-6199 or (310) 320-3014, For additional information, visit or send an email to

Tickets are also available at the Wilshire Ebell Theatre Box Office 323-939-1128, Dental Office of Dr. Susan Gomez-Baba 323-660-8778, M&D Productions 818-802-6107, Katz Entertainment at 562-219-7235 or 562-787-9030, Marissa 818-219-2009, Rhea 714-774-9562 or 714-319-4870, Zeny Laluna 702-385-7971, Odina Maningas 702-873-6828, Lucy or Christine 702-586-0710, Mildred 702-372-8552.


Also watch out for "Dolphy@80 Live! in LA" on October 11, 2008 at the Shrine Auditorium. For inquiries, call 888-886-7889.


Edith Montelibano
Creative Concepts Intl.
T: 323-788-8911