Tony Awards are the Super Bowl of the stage, recognizing talent and top achievements in American theater. Named in honor of actress/director/producer Antoinette Perry (1888-1946), dynamic wartime leader of the American Theatre Wing, they’ve honored theater pros and productions since 1947. For musicals, that kiss of prestige toasts the songs and music that leave you humming long after the curtain closes. Join us for the captivating music of West Side Story, My Fair Lady, Porgy & Bess and The Sound of Music, as we hit that sweet note at the intersection of nostalgia and delight! This truly symphonic picture of Broadway’s most beloved musicals showcases the genius of the skilled composers who wrote them — Loewe, Bernstein, Gershwin and Rodgers.
Symphonic Portrait on My Fair Lady (Loewe)
Symphonic Dances from West Side Story (Bernstein)
Porgy and Bess: A Symphonic Picture (Gershwin)
Symphonic Picture of The Sound of Music (Rodgers)