Drew Gasparini, Alex Wyse and More to Be Featured in THE PLATFORM LDN, April 27

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Drew Gasparini, Alex Wyse and More to Be Featured in THE PLATFORM LDN, April 27

Twentysomething Productions, in association with Drew Gasparini, present The Platform LDM, featuring some of London's finest performers, on 27th April 2014 at Backstage Bar, The Spice of Life, Soho. Doors open at 6:30pm and the show starts at 7:00pm.

The Platform LDN concert series runs parallel with The Platofrm NYC. Each concert promotes dynamic and contemporary American composers and a variety of established and emerging artists living and working in London. This month's composers include Drew Gasparini, Alex Wyse, Ryan Scott Oliver, and Gaby Alter.

April's The Platform LDN will feature Dan Buckey who recently starred in Ushers: The Front Of House Musical at Charing Cross Theatre and standby Elder Cunnigham in the smash hit musical The Book Of Mormon playing at the Prince of Wales Theatre in London's West End alongside Gavin Creel and Jared Gertner. Daniel is an avid supporter of new writing performing at The Platform LDN for the second time.

Drew Gasparini is an award winning musical theatre composer and a performing singer/songwriter, who has most recently been a contributing composer to NBC's musical theatre drama SMASH.

Alex Wyse's past credits include Boq in the National US Tour of Wicked and Bare at New World Stages. Alex's musical Nighttime Traffic made its world premiere in the New York Musical Theatre Festival. Alex also appears on Drew Gasparini's debut album I Could Use A Drink.

Ryan Scott Oliver is a 2009 Jonathan Larson Grant recipient and wrote the music and lyrics for 35mm: A Musical Exhibition, Mrs. Sharp and Darling. His work has also been featured on the hit YouTube TV show The Battery's Down.

Gaby Alter is a songwriter and composer based in Brooklyn. He writes for stage, television (MTV, PBS), film, radio (NPR), video games, and straight up pop songs. He is the recipient of a Jonathan Larson grant, and has won awards from the San Francisco Theater Critics' Circle and the New York International Fringe Festival for his scores.

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