Bananarama and Wet Fingers set SOHO on fire as Edyta Gorniak and Adam Sztaba ooze class
The tenth anniversary edition of the CEEQA Gala welcomed back the most successful girl band in history. Bananarama, who first played at the event in 2009, had guests rocking the warehouse with a roll call of their biggest hits including Venus, Cruel Summer, Shy Boy, Love in the First Degree and Robert De Niro’s Waiting before Polish DJ duo Wet Fingers took over and kept things going into the small hours, supported by DJ Dred.
Earlier in the evening guests had been treated to a unique and inspiring duet by celebrated Polish singer Edyta Gorniak and leading musician/composer Adam Sztaba during the awards dinner, while young Manila based electro loop-station dub violinist Bryson Andres, flown in especially from the Philippines for the gala, led off the evening’s entertainment during the champagne reception, and resident CEEQA pianist Albert Kurowski held the fort on the ivories as always. The awards ceremony was accompanied by the Dziubek Band brass orchestra.
For a full review of the 2015 CEEQA Gala visit our 2015 Review page.
For a list of 2015 CEEQA award winners visit our 2015 Winners page.
Oh what a night…