Broadway's Future - presented by Arts and Artists at St. Paul in association with N + N Productions - continues Monday, April 16th at 6PM in the Bruno Walter Auditorium at The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts at Lincoln Center.
Directed, hosted and produced by John Znidarsic, the free evening spotlights the songs of up- and-coming composer/lyricist, Steven Jamail.
Award-winning composer Steven Jamail recently premiered his concert feature, No Ordinary Monday, at the Hudson Terrace in New York City. He has also penned the score for The Lovely
Bones under the direction of Tony award-winning producer, Stuart Ostrow, at the Hobby Center for the Performing Arts, My Life: Today at NYMF and his musical Vote! with Theatre Under the
Stars. Television work includes creating and conducting a holiday arrangement for NBC's tree-lighting at Rockefeller Center and serving a music director for episodes of "The Martha Stewart
Show" and "The Apprentice." His original lyrics and arrangement of "Fever" were heard on Oprah's penultimate episode and featured Dr. Phil, Nate Berkus and Dr. Oz. He regularly serves as an arranger and pianist for Rosie O'Donnell and is the music supervisor for her charity, Rosie's Theater Kids. He is the recipient of a Youngs Fellowship and is the winner of the prestigious Envision Award for the Arts in both 2004 and 2008.
Featured selections will include music from Nic and Alix, Curious Johnson and Vote! (with
Ryann Ferguson), My Life: Today (with Sara Patterson), and new songs with collaborators