Harold Sanditen is a recording artist and international jazz and cabaret singer.
He began singing professionally in 2008, when he performed his ?rst solo
show in New York City, ?guring if he was going to fail, it should be on an
anonymous little island in America, not on his home turf of London. The New
York show was successful enough to bring home, thus opening the 'oodgates
to a performing career.
Since then he has created and performed six solo shows, toured to packed
houses from Los Angeles to Paris, released 3 CDs, and starred in the musical
Café Society Swing in London’s West End. He most recently performed
Harold and Broad in both New York and London, a duo show with Broadway
legend, Anita Gillette.
Harold has been the emcee of the über-popular Harold Sanditen’s Open Mic
Party for the last 4 years, the longest running show at London’s hottest music
room, The Crazy Coqs.
His CDs are: Taking Flight (2010), Shades of Blue – live at The Pheasantry
(2013) and Flyin’ High – live at The Crazy Coqs (2015). His solo shows are:
The Secret Of Life (2008), Love Exposed (2009), Thoughts ‘Round Midnight
(2010), Shades of Blue (2012), Full Circle (2013) and Flyin’ High (2014).
Prior to singing, Harold was a theatre producer. His productions spanned the
smallest scale o=-o= productions to large scale commercial ones. He has
produced over 40 shows, including A Song At Twilight (with Vanessa and
Corin Redgrave), A Day In The Death Of Joe Egg (with Clive Owen), The Boys
Next Door (with Steve Guttenberg, ), Cat On A Hot Tin Roof (with Brendan
Fraser and Ned Beatty), Long Day’s Journey Into Night (with Jessica Lange,
Charles Dance, Paul Rudd, and Olivia Colman), Fallen Angels (with Felicity
Kendal and Frances de la Tour), and Unsuspecting Susan (London and New
York, with Celia Imrie).
Harold discovered The Piano Bar on his ?rst trip to Greece in 1983. He
frequented it nightly during many a trip to Mykonos over the years, and is
absolutely delighted to be performing there!
More information: Harold's Web-Page