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Classic Series


Dec 16, 2023


Alberta Bair Theater

2801 Third Ave. N.

$20 - $69

Nicolas Dromard & Desirée Davar, performers
Scott Jeppesen, guest conductor

The dynamic duo of Nicolas and Desiree returns to Billings for an evening filled with song, dance, skits, and holiday cheer. Not to be missed, this inspiring concert will feature a range of classic to pop holiday songs, backed by the Billings Jazz Orchestra (aka, the Billings Symphony) under the baton of guest conductor and arranger Scott Jeppesen.

  • Every show Nicolas and Desiree do is a mixture of show-stopping dancing and vocals that touch the heart assuredly as they please the ears.
  • “The Christmas Waltz” is a song written by Sammy Cahn and Jule Styne in 1954. Frank Sinatra first recorded the song as a single in 1954. He re-recorded it in 1957 for his album A Jolly Christmas from Frank Sinatra.

Guest Artist and Guest Conductor Vidoes

Guest artists


Nicolas Dromard  originally hails from Ottawa, Ontario, but for the last 17 years ,Nicolas has been traveling all over North America performing on Broadway and in National Tours. He was most recently seen on Broadway as Tommy DeVitoin the closing cast of Jersey Boys. In March 2013, Nicolas was honored to close the Broadway production of Mary Poppins in the lead role of Bert, which he also performed on tour. Other credits include Wicked, Cabaret, 42ndStreet, Hairspray, Mamma Mia!, Oklahoma!, West Side Story, Gypsy, The Boy from Oz with Hugh Jackman, and Irving Berlin’s White Christmas. Fun fact: born to French-speaking parents, Nic didn’t learn English until the age of 7!

DESIREÉ DAVARhas performed all over the world from New York to Japan! She started dancing with her mother Kristi at the age of 4 in Orange County, CA, and since then she is proud to have starred as “Anita” in multiple productions of West Side Story, including the Broadway revival, the International Tour, Sacramento Music Circus, The Ordway Center for the Performing Arts, and Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma City. Additional favorites include Chicago(“Velma”) at Village Theatre in Seattle, “Erma” in Anything Goes at Goodspeed Opera House, “MaryDelgado” in Jersey Boys at the Fulton Opera House, and Kiss Me Kate and Can-Can at Papermill Playhouse. She was also a featured dancer in the TV series “Glee” and in the most recent film version of Annie.