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Friday, 14 August 2020


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Off Duty Melodies

Stéphanie Lanora Presents Off Duty Melodies

Stéphanie Lanora with Off Duty Melodies

Wednesday and Saturday Alternate Weeks

Time Zone: GMT 24 Hour Clock 
Show Start Time GMT: 02:00 - 11:00 - 18:00
Show Duration: 60 Minutes

About Stéphanie Lanora

Our very own Swedish Nightingale Stéphanie Lanora is a hairdresser by occupation but her spare time is dedicated to all things from the forties.

Researching the history, singing forties songs, and together with her English fiancé reenacting both the civilian and military sides of WW2 in connection with the 1940s events throughout the year.

”Off-Duty Melodies” is an hour-long show that aims to share tunes from the 1930s and 1940s that you may not have heard before, or maybe versions that you’re unfamiliar with, but also attaching the history to the music.

Every show has a different theme so you’re going to get a wide range of rhythms and melodies from around the world!

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