Mary has performed The Music Of James Bond with orchestras around the world, on TV and radio and on CD.

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The concert

The Music Of James Bond features all the greatest theme songs from the explosive Bond franchise - Goldfinger, Diamonds Are Forever, Nobody Does It Better, Live And Let Die, From Russia With Love and of course the Oscar winning Skyfall. The list of artists who have performed these iconic songs is impressive - Gladys Knight, Carly Simon, Adele, Tina Turner and of course Shirley Bassey to name but a few - but in concert halls from New York to Melbourne, Berlin to Shanghai Mary has won accolades for her ability to honour these vocalists whilst making the songs her own.
A typical programme contains around 20 of the songs plus some of the incidental music for the orchestra including, of course, the original theme from Dr No and can be structured to feature Mary alone or to include a male vocalist.

THE MUSIC OF JAMES BOND (example programme)

The James Bond Theme (Dr No)
007 Takes The Lektor (From Russia With Love)
From Russia With Love (Title Song)
Goldfinger (Title Song)
You Only Live Twice (Title Song)
Thunderball (Title Song)
We Have All The Time In The World (On Her Majesty's Secret Service)
Diamonds Are Forever (Title Song)
The Man With The Golden Gun (Title Song)
Tanker and The Ride To Atlantis (The Spy Who Loved Me)
Nobody Does It Better (The Spy Who Loved Me)
Live And Let Die (Title Song)


Casino Royale Theme
For Your Eyes Only (Title Song)
All Time High (Octopussy)
Moonraker (Title Song)
A View To A Kill Suite
Licence To Kill (Title Song)
Goldeneye (Title Song)
The World Is Not Enough (Title Song)
The Writing’s On The Wall (Spectre)
Another way to die (Quantum Of Solace)
Skyfall (Title Song)

See video here
Live recordings on SoundCloud.


Mary has performed the Music Of James Bond around the world with many different orchestras:
UK and Ireland - Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (Royal Albert Hall), BBC Concert Orchestra (Royal Festival Hall), Halle, CBSO, Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, Philharmonia, Orchestra Of Opera North, Northern Sinfonia, National Orchestra Of Wales, RSNO, Ulster Orchestra, RTE Concert Orchestra (National Concert Hall).

North America - National Symphony Orchestra (Wolftrap), New York Pops (Carnegie Hall), Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra, Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra, La Crosse Symphony Orchestra, Richmond Symphony, Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra, Florida Orchestra, Pacific Symphony Orchestra, Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra

Australia and Asia - Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, Queensland Symphony Orchestra, Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra, Malaysian Philharmonic Orchrstra

Europe - NDR Radiophilharmonie (Hannover),  Norddeutsche Philharmonie, Jena Philharmonic, Kiel Philharmonic, Prague Philharmonic (Prague Proms),  Poznań Philharmonic, Zaragoza Symphony.


"The star of the evening, however, is the license to sing, Mary Carewe... "Licence To Kill" is a highlight... she gives it everything."
Berliner Morgenpost
" The vocalist was Mary Carewe...She rose above the challenge effortlessly, with a suave, polished, intimate version full of rich vocal colours and expressiveness. "
The Scotsman
" Carewe's job wasn't easy. She had to evoke, without impersonating, such diverse voices as Shirley Bassey, Carly Simon, Sheena Easton and Paul McCartney. Yet with a crisp delivery and a versatile vocal range at her command, Carewe performed admirably."
Star-Telegram, Fort Worth


The Best Of Bond ON CD

Mary has recorded The Best Of Bond with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Carl Davis and with vocalist Simon Bowman.

The CD features Goldfinger, Diamonds Are Forever, You Only Live Twice, The Man With The Golden Gun, Nobody Does It Better, For Your Eyes Only, Surrender and Licence To Kill.


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Mary appeared at The Royal Festival Hall , London for the 50th Anniversary James Bond Concert with The Philharmonia, Honor Blackman, Carl Davis and Lance Ellington. The show was recorded and broadcast by the BBC.  Highlights here.
Her concerts have been broadcast on radio around the UK,  Europe and Australia.