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Camp Broadway Kids to Perform at New York Pops 33rd Birthday Gala

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The Camp Broadway Kids, a musical theatre ensemble comprised of 60 theatre-loving kids, ages 12-16, will be featured at The New York Pops 33rd Birthday Gala at Carnegie Hall on Monday, May 2, 2016. Making their ninth appearance at this annual star-studded event, the Camp Broadway Kids will perform under the baton of New York Pops Music Director Steven Reineke.

The benefit concert will also feature Stephanie J. Block, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Montego Glover, Jeremy Jordan, Norm Lewis, Robert Marien, Patti LuPone, Eva Noblezada, Laura Osnes, John Owen-Jones, Hugh Panaro, Lea Salonga, Kyle Scatliffe, Marie Zamora, and more.

Now in its 21st year, Camp Broadway LLC is the award-winning industry leader in presenting experiential theater-arts based enrichment programs for children. Camp Broadway's 60-member cast, selected from a national audition of over 500 amateur performers, will make their Carnegie Hall debut at the culmination of a 3-day rehearsal featuring master classes in vocal performance, dancing and acting under the direction Camp Broadway's creative team including, Director / Choreographer Tony Parise (Broadway credits include Me and My Girl and 42nd Street) and Music Director Christine Riley (National Tour; Thoroughly Modern Millie).

The Camp Broadway Kids hail from 23 states and represent 52 cities in the United States.

Alabama

Max Zink (Montgomery)

Zoe Zink (Montgomery)

Arizona

Sarah Astrowsky (Scottsdale)

Zachary Astrowsky (Scottsdale)

McKenna Kollman (Surprise)

California

Ally Boles (Monte Sereno)

Savannah Scott (Pacific Palisades)

Olivia Scafidi (Rancho Santa Fe)

Connecticut

Isabella Manganello (Avon)

Emily Brolin (Windham)

Florida

Victoria Slemmer (Cocoa)

Carley Spradlin (Melbourne)

Tad Andris (New Port Richey)

Mary Blair Duncan (Ormond Beach)

Joshua Johnson (Jacksonville)

Brittany Koscinski (Oviedo)

Hawaii

Jordyn Rowe (Mililani)

Illinois

Alexandra Klein (Clarendon Hills)

Kentucky

Natalie Koch (Louisville)

Louisiana

Meghan Colomb (Lafayette)

Andre Perron (Lafayette)

Massachusetts

Lauren Masterpolo (Kingston)

Izzy Scampoli (Needham)

Mae Harrington (North Dartmouth)

Maryland

Emily Lane (Cabin John)

Annie Coulson (Gaithersburg)

Ella Coulson (Gaithersburg)

Marlee Forsyth (Perry Hall)

Missouri

Alyssa Meisenheimer (Nevada)

Mississippi

Chesney Mitchell (Brandon)

North Carolina

Shayne Maggard (Kernersville)

Nebraska

Campbell Sharpe (Lincoln)

New Jersey

Skylar Raye Noyes (Morrestown)

Julia Resnick (Nutley)

Faith Trinker (Wood-Ridge)

New York

Christian Louca (Dobbs Ferry)

Zoe Gronner (Goshen)

Julianne Viola (Holtsville)

Carrie Berk (New York)

Kelsey Healey (New York)

Myla Marino (New York)

Susanna McCollum (New York)

Rachel Stern (New York)

Lili Warren (Pittsford)

Amanda Leske (Saratoga Springs)

Ohio

Alexandra Leurck (Cincinnati)

Mya Lunguy (Findlay)

Tennessee

Brook Goodman (Germantown)

Chamberlin Little (Murfreesboro)

Texas

Paris Bailey (Houston)

Moriah Feng (Houston)

Alex Webber (Midlothian)

Clayton Jones (Texarkana)

Cate Rounds (Texarkana)

Virginia

Brenna Lawrence (Chantilly)

Aidan Toth (Dumfries)

Cecilia Bracey (Lovettsville)

Jasmine Lawson-Bailey (McLean)

Vermont

Acadia Barrengos (Putney)

About Camp Broadway

IF YOU GO:

The New York Pops 33rd Birthday Gala

Do You Hear the People Sing

Monday, May 2, 2016

7:00 PM Concert at Carnegie Hall | 57th Street & 7th Avenue

Black Tie Dinner Dance to Follow Performance

Music Director and Conductor: Steven Reineke

Music Honoree: Alain Boublil

Music Honoree: Claude-Michel Schönberg

BLACK TIE

CAMP BROADWAY LLC was founded in 1995 and is recognized as Broadway's "original" summer camp. The company's mission is to make theatre arts accessible and relevant way for creative children to build confidence, hone presentation skills and discover their unique talents at every stage of their lives. Camp Broadway is now a respected industry leader in audience engagement and a trusted source for parents or teachers seeking quality year-round enrichment programs, experiential events and educational workshops. Every year, thousands of children and students from around the world travel to New York City to attend Camp Broadway's annual musical theater camp on Broadway and participate in its pre-show workshops offered to enhance their theatergoing at many Broadway shows. Camp Broadway's touring camp is presented by partner theaters in Atlanta, Buffalo, Greenville, Jacksonville, Las Vegas, Miami, Pittsburgh, Providence, San Antonio, Tempe and Westhampton Beach. Camp Broadway Kids performances are featured frequently in special appearances at Carnegie Hall, Madison Square Garden, the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade and other premier entertainment venues. In 2014, Camp Broadway was the recipient of the 2014 Best in Manhattan Award for helping to make New York a great place to live and work. To learn more, visit www.campbroadway.com.

The New York Pops is the largest independent pops orchestra in the United States, and the only professional symphonic orchestra in New York City specializing in popular music. Led by Music Director Steven Reineke, the orchestra performs an annual subscription series and birthday gala at Carnegie Hall. The New York Pops was founded by Skitch Henderson in 1983 with a mission to create greater public awareness and appreciation of America's rich musical heritage. The New York Pops is dedicated to lifelong learning, and collaborates with public schools, community organizations, children's hospitals and senior centers throughout the five boroughs of New York City. PopsEd allows thousands of New Yorkers of all ages and backgrounds to participate in fully customizable music programs that blend traditional education with pure fun. For more information visit www.newyorkpops.org and follow on Facebook (facebook.com/newyorkpops), Instagram (@thenewyorkpops) and Twitter (@newyorkpops).

Steven Reineke is the Music Director and Conductor of The New York Pops at Carnegie Hall, Principal Pops Conductor of the National Symphony Orchestra at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Principal Pops Conductor of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, and the Principal Pops Conductor Designate for the Houston Symphony beginning in the 2017 - 2018 season. Mr. Reineke is a frequent guest conductor with The Philadelphia Orchestra and has been on the podium with the Boston Pops, The Cleveland Orchestra and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra at Ravinia. His extensive North American conducting appearances include San Francisco, Houston, Seattle, Edmonton and Pittsburgh.


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