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Broadway and Theatre Streaming Schedule - CONCERT

Friday, June 25

7:30 PM

Chelsea Music Festival: Eric Nathan: Just a Moment (2021) [World Premiere]

CONCERT
The Chelsea Music Festival presents the world premiere of composer Eric Nathan’s Just a Moment (2021) for two antiphonal oboes performed by oboists John Ferrillo and Amanda Hardy on Friday, June 25, 2021 at 7:30pm as part of the 2021 Virtual Festival. There will be a pre-concert Zoom conversation at 7:00pm with Eric Nathan, Amanda Hardy, and Chelsea Music Festival Artistic Directors Melinda Lee Masur and Ken-David Masur. The online concert also includes clips with violinist Augustin Hadelich and pianist Orion Weiss and visuals by artist Kyle Meyer. Commissioned by the Chelsea Music Festival and Dr. Michael Sporn and dedicated to Ferrillo and Hardy, Just a Moment is a meditation on distance and intimacy. One oboe is placed on stage and the other in the balcony. They call out to each other, note-by-note, phrase-by-phrase, creating an unfolding melody, catching each other's notes, embracing these tones and the space that divides them, with subtle unisons and half-step dissonances mingling in echoes. There is a magical, trance-like sense of contemplation to the work, but also a sense of dancing joy. The audience hears the oboe on stage, and the echoes of the distant oboe from above, embracing and surrounding all in a sonic choreography that meets in the space between. Nathan says, “What the experience of the struggles of the past year has taught me most is to appreciate fleeting moments of beauty and connection, and how these can sustain us.” In the recorded premiere, the videography enables the audience to feel the distance between the players as well as experience the vastness and beauty of Boston’s Jordan Hall, where we cannot yet gather and listen to music. The video also brings us intimately into each of the players' worlds, closer and more privately, than if we heard it live.

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8:00 PM

Cabaret on the Couch: A Pride Celebration

INDUSTRY BENEFIT CONCERT
Cabaret on the Couch returns with an incredible lineup of LGBTQ+ performers and allies to sing for pride. This month, we're highlighting the exceptional work of Ring of Keys: "an artist service organization that fosters community and visibility for musical theatre artists — onstage and off — who self-identify as queer women, transgender, and gender non-conforming artists." Learn more about their mission here: www.ringofkeys.org Performances from: Kaisha Huguley (she/her), Devon Hayakawa (she/they/he), Avery Nusbaum (they/she), Andi Lee Carter (he/they), Meagan Michelson (she/her), Achilles Mulkey (he/they), Allison Beauregard (she/her), and Blanca del Loco (she/they), with more to be announced! Hosted this month by Caden Marshall (he/him).

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Sunday, June 27

3:30 PM

American Pianists Association's Awards - Final Concert and Winner Announcement

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Grand Hall at Indiana Landmarks (stream & in person) Concert will feature a short solo piece from each of the five finalists (Dominic Cheli, Kenny Broberg, Mackenzie Melemed, Michael Davidman and Sahun Sam Hong)

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7:00 PM

Jane Monheit Sings Broadway!

CONCERT
It’s that time again! Join me and Max Haymer on Sunday, 6/27 at 4pm PDT / 7pm EDT! At your request, we’re featuring songs from some of our favorite Broadway Shows… we’re really excited for this one!! Go to jazzvox.com/jane for tickets! The concert will once again be pre-recorded so we can provide you with the best audio/video quality. Max and I will see you in the chat, and at the Q&A following the show! **Please note, if you can’t make the concert and would like to watch it after the broadcast, you can request the link at jazz@jazzvox.com!

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Monday, June 28

8:00 PM

Jim Caruso's Pajama Cast Party

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For the past seventeen years, Jim Caruso’s Cast Party has been inspiring superstars and up-and-comers to storm the Birdland stage with memorable impromptu performances. The “extreme open mic” takes place in New York City every single Monday, Broadway’s “dark” night, making it the regular go-to place for show folk and the people who love them.

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