Actor/writer Justin Sayre is gearing up to bring his new one man play 'Love's Refrain' to the La MaMa Experimental Theatre Club. Sayre, known for hosting The International Order of Sodomites monthly meeting at Joe’s Pub at The Public Theater, will be performing his new play this April. Love’s
She has been to the Emerald City, a castle made of ice and a run down apartment in New York City's East Village. Now, Idina Menzel is heading to the White House to help the First Family celebrate easter. The Bradway Superstar is scheduled to sing the National Anthem at 2016 Easter Egg Roll “Let’s Celebrate,” event on Monday March 28.
John Owen-Jones is not just joining the cast of 'Les Miserables' as the new Jean Valjean on Broadway, but he is also making his way to Carnegie Hall. The former 'Phantom of the Opera' lead will be joining The New York Pops orchestra to help them celebrate the big three-three as part of the New York Pops 33rd Birthday Gala Do You Hear the People Sing concert event on Monday, May 2, 2016.
If tickets to see 'Hamilton' weren’t hard enough to get already, they are about to get a whole lot harder. That is after the few members of the public who have never heard of it get a chance to sample the opening from the show at this year’s Grammy awards. Not only is the show nominated for a Grammy for Best Musical Theater Album, but they will be performing the number "Alexander Hamilton" at this year’s ceremonies.
The Broadway Bach Ensemble will be putting on another free concert this Sunday, February 7. The no cost classical concert will feature music from Bach, Beethoven, Milhaud and Poulenc. The event will also feature special guest violinist Yaegy Park. Park got her start at the age of 4 when became the youngest member to every join the Houston Young Artist foundation. The Broadway Bach Ensemble’s Principal Conductor and music director Michael F. Tietz conducts the 50-piece orchestra of community chamber professionals.
The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra is turning 100 this February, and they are bringing back famed American violinist, Joshua Bell, to help them celebrate. Bell, alongside conductor Marin Alsop, will be performing sections from Gershwin, Bernstein and many more at their centennial anniversary concert. Electronica composer Mason Bates will also perform his signature piece, 'Mothership.'