Mary Carewe (*1963) has been wowing audiences around the world in a wide variety of concert programmes - with orchestras and ensembles, as well as in cabaret performances. In the United Kingdom, Mary performs regularly with The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Manchester’s ‘The Hallé’, the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, The Philharmonia, and The Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, in concerts such as 'The Music of Burt Bacharach’, ‘The Best of Rodgers and Hammerstein’, ‘La Vie en Rose’, ‘Songs of the 60’s’ and ‘Oscar Winners’, while she has taken ‘The Music of James Bond’ to the United States of America, Australia, Asia, and around Europe. She has been a guest artist with ensembles such as The Matrix Ensemble, the Birmingham Contemporary Music Group, the Psappha ensemble, Manchester Camerata, Sinfonia ViVa and London Sinfonietta, and is a regular member of the Sheridan Ensemble. With her own band of musicians, she has presented ‘First ladies of song - from Joni to Adele' around the United Kingdom. In this broadcast, Carewe and her pianist Philip Mayers charm the Parisian audience of the Théâtre du Châtelet with the music of Kurt Weill, including such timeless classics as ‘I’m a stranger here myself’, ‘Surabaya Johnny’, ‘Buddy on the nightshift’, ‘Speak low’, ‘Nannas Lied’, ‘My ship’, ‘Je ne t’aime plus’, and ‘The saga of Jenny’.