Charles Aznavour, the French singer and songwriter, will make a rare visit to Broadway this fall. The month-long engagement will begin Oct. 15, said Aznavour's American representative, Elliot Weisman. Aznavour will sing songs from his catalogue while backed by an orchestra. No theatre has as named.
Aznavour was born in Paris in 1924, the son of an Armenian cook. A singer since the late '50s, he has written many songs, including "Yesterday, When I Was Young," and appeared in films since 1958, including Truffaut's Shoot the Piano Player and The Tin Drum. He has also written the scores to several films.