Over the coming weeks, Carnegie Hall offers two spectacular ways to experience the art of musical theater: a one-night only performance of The Sound of Music and a six-week online education project for musical theater students.
Tuesday, April 24 | 8 PM | Stern Auditorium / Perelman Stage
Photos by Chris Lee.
Carnegie Hall, in association with Rodgers & Hammerstein: An Imagem Company, presents The Sound of Music. Sure to be a magical evening of enchanting, memorable music, this presentation follows in the footsteps of other landmark musical productions at the Hall, including Carousel, South Pacific, and Show Boat.
Directed by Gary Griffin, with choreography by Joshua Bergasse, the star-studded cast includes Laura Osnes (Maria Rainer), Tony Goldwyn (Captain Georg von Trapp), Brooke Shields (Elsa Schraeder), Patrick Page (Max Detweiler), Stephanie Blythe (The Mother Abbess), and Cotter Smith (Herr Zeller). The Orchestra of St. Luke's, under the direction of Rob Fisher, along with women of the Mansfield University Concert Choir and members of the Brooklyn Youth Chorus, join in for this thrilling performance of a heartwarming classic.
American Songbook: Music for the TheaterA dynamic online master class for musical theater students
Photos by Yasmin de Soiza.
Taking place now through June 1, this interactive online project for musical theater students is led by Leslie Stifelman, music director and conductor of Broadway's hit musical Chicago, and Tony Award–winning actor Roger Rees, modeled after their successful workshops in New York City.
Project participants have the opportunity to
To join the project, students should sign up for a free Musical Exchange membership at musicalexchange.carnegiehall.org.
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