Carnegie Hall?! …Yes, THAT Carnegie Hall

Tickets on sale now for the Detroit Symphony Orchestra performing at the Spring for Music at Carnegie Hall, featuring me as a soloist. I get to sing Kurt Weill’s “The Seven Deadly Sins”. I cannot begin to express my excitement and deep gratitude to share such a legendary stage. Here is the link …pass it on! ALL SEATS are just $25 – boxes, main floor, dress circle included!

SpringForMusic.com
Or call 212-247-7800

Detroit Symphony Orchestra and Storm Large are presented as part of the third annual Spring For Music festival, celebrating six American orchestras in a week of performances May 6 to 11, 2013. All tickets to all concerts are just $25. For information visit SpringForMusic.com.

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  1. Shawn Bentley
    Shawn Bentley says:

    The world…or shall I say…Carnegie Hall has never experienced a “STORM” like the one that is about to hit in May 2013!

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  2. Frank & Pat Wilson
    Frank & Pat Wilson says:

    PDX Elders Frank and Pat Wilson succumbed to 7 Deadly Sins on Sunday afternoon. Flying to NYC tomorrow and will be @Carnegie Thursday night to see how Rachmaninoff goes with Weill. We already know how Ravel’s La Valse does. Maybe this sounds too German, but “Carnegie Hall Taken by Storm” is what we’re after. Hals und Beinbruch!

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  3. dvora
    dvora says:

    town hall with pink martini – that’s where I “discovered” you!
    then Carnegie hall, may 9th. what a show! Kurt and lotte would’ve been proud!!
    saw some people in the second row blush…just kidding. I was way up in the “nose bleeds”…
    mon – joe’s pub!
    what’s next – ill be there!

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  4. Les Bernstein
    Les Bernstein says:

    I listened to the Detroit Symphony broadcast on demand from the WQXR website and , as is my wont, followed the scores for the three works presented. Congratulations on your triumph as the “two” Anna’s in “The Seven Deadly Sins”.! The regret and bitterness were there. Here’s hoping for the cabaret songs of Arnold Schoenberg for voice and piano sometime. “La Valse” was dedicated to Misa Sert,, whose biography “The Life of Misia Sert…” by the duo-pianists Gold and Fizdale circumscribes many of the early 20th Century’s most creative musicians , authors and artists, from Diaghilev to Chanel. All the best from this listener in Miami .

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