Candy Dulfer Performs at The Smooth Jazz Cruise

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From March 10 to 17, 2018 Candy Dulfer will perform at The Smooth Jazz Cruise. Unfortunately, this cruise is sold out, but you can still book your ticket for next year! Click on this link for more information about dates and tickets for 2019. 

About The Smooth Jazz Cruise

Since 2004, The Smooth Jazz Cruise has set the standard for not only jazz cruises, but for all theme cruises.  As one of the longest continuously running cruise programs in the world The Smooth Jazz Cruise has provided well over 30,000 people with an amazing music cruise vacation as well as created life-changing relationships among guests, artists, and staff.

The Smooth Jazz Cruise, or as we prefer to call it, The Greatest Party at Sea, provides our guests with a week away from the issues of the day and transports them to a place of true camaraderie, inclusion and respect.  The guests motivate the artists and musicians who, in turn, up their game, which moves the guests even more.  This spiral continues for 7 days and 7 nights resulting in a totally immersive music and cultural experience.

Candy Dulfer

Candy Dulfer is a Dutch saxophonist, who has been performing since age seven and has been an international recording artist since age nineteen. She recorded and/or performed with many artists, like Prince, Mavis Staples, Lionel Richie, Beyoncé, Pink Floyd, Aretha Franklin, Jimmy Cliff, Blondie, and others. Candy Dulfer’s 1990 solo debut album ‘Saxuality’, was sold over a million copies worldwide and nominated for a Grammy Award. She has been successful ever since and has performed all over the world.

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