New Programming Features More Live Music, New Shows
Regent Seven Seas Cruises has announced entirely new entertainment programming aboard three of its ships, 700-guest all-suite, all-balcony Seven Seas Mariner and Seven Seas Voyager, and 490-guest all-suite Seven Seas Navigator. The new program will debut aboard the Navigator’s May 19 Mediterranean sailing and features a nine-piece orchestra, an emphasis on live musical performances and five new productions with “The Regent Singers and Dancers.”
“In developing our new entertainment program, we aimed to create shows and performances that transcend typical cruise ship entertainment to offer a taste of the unexpected, rivaling what some of our guests might see at home,” said Lyn Farmer, Regent’s Director of Entertainment and Special Events. “Our new program offers significantly more live musical performances than ever before, with more energy, texture and variety.”
“The Regent Signature Orchestra,” the cruise line’s new nine-piece band aboard each of the three ships, will be the largest aboard any luxury cruise line. In addition to lending concert-quality musical support to each of the production shows on board, the orchestra will be available for intimate performances as a smaller group at other times aboard the ships. For example, an evening of late-night cocktails or afternoon tea in one of the lounges may now be complemented by the soothing sounds of a live jazz quintet.