Singer


Robin Merrill Robin has been singing all his life. He began his career as a boy chorister in the choir of Salisbury Cathedral in England. He then won a music scholarship to Repton School and later went on to study singing at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London. In 1978 he auditioned and won a place in the original cast of "Evita", the musical by Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber in London's West End. Soon afterwards he joined the world famous Pasadena Roof Orchestra and spent the next ten years touring all over the world as their lead singer.
Love brought him to Berlin in 1989 and he and his wife Karola now have two children and have settled down in the German capital. In Berlin he presented his own daily radio show for BFBS for the next five years and then joined DW TV (the German international television broadcaster) in 1994. Since the beginning of the 21st century Robin has been presenting DW TVs most successful programme "Euromaxx" all about culture and lifestyle in Europe. He's a talker, a presenter and a crooner all rolled into one.
Together with Stefan Warmuth he founded the Savoy Dance Orchestra back in 1994.
 
Yamil Borges What a career this lady has had so far! Born in Puerto Rico Yamil was brought up in the tough neighbourhood of the Bronx in New York. Then along came Leonard Bernstein and took her to play a part in "West Side Story" the next step was alongside Michael Douglas in the film "A Chorus Line" directed by Sir Richard Attenborough.
Yamil has stayed faithful to music and the stage. She's taken on the main role in many musicals and has toured throughout the US, Japan and Europe. With her inimitable stage presence, her wonderful voice, and the irresistible charm of a real show star Yamil Borges enchants every audience. Hollywood Glamour at it's best.
 
Grahame Patrick Music is in Grahame's blood, as his father was a professional musician too. As a true blue Irishman Graham grew up in Dublin, but then the family emigrated to Canada. It was here in the clubs and bars of Toronto that Grahame started his singing career. Numerous engagements and tours in the USA followed and it was in the showbiz capital of Las Vegas that he finally became a star.
When Graham takes you away on a musical journey to the swing era, one of the most exciting epochs of jazz comes alive. He knows and sings all the classics, from "Come fly with me to "New York New York" to "Mr. Bojangles". With wit and charm his breathtaking voice the audience eare up out of their seats in no time! A charming entertainer and a passionate musician.