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Symphony Space Concert on Feb. 2 (perf. by (Shoshana Bean, Darius de Haas, Rebecca Luker, Emily Skiner, and Rob Fisher)

blackisthisyearspink
Chorus Member
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Hey, I searched for this topic but found nothing (really sry if i missed it!)...

Anyway just a heads up--
At Symphony Space on Feb. 2 there is a "Broadway & Beyond" concert:
"This concert explores the versatility of Broadway composers and their ability to cross musical boundaries in various mediums, from theatrical to classical."

In the Symphony Space Pamphlet it says:
"Conductor Rob Fisher stretches Broadway's wings by celebrating the most famous songs and the lesser- known classical music of George Gershwin, Vernon Duke, Jason Robert Brown and Stephen Schwartz. Featuring performances by Shoshana Bean, Darius de Haas, Rebecca Luker, Emily Skiner, and Rob Fisher playing the Gershwin Preludes."

Just letting everyone know in case anyone is interested!
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theatreboi11
Broadway Star
joined:5/9/05
Broadway Star
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So glad to see that Shoshana isn't fully running away from Broadway once she is done in Wicked!:)
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