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|Concordia Library to present Broadway program|
Concordia Parish Library will present "Broadway, the Latest & the Greatest" on February 26, 2009, at 7 p.m. at the Concordia Bank Lobby in Vidalia.
The 75-minute concert features songs taken from Broadway shows currently playing to sold out audiences as well as from some of the most time-honored revivals. For the past three seasons, Corey Trahan and Lisa McCalmon have toured the region in programs entitled "Celebrating Sinatra," "Hooray for Hollywood," and "With Love: Corey & Lisa."
The duo decided to enhance this project with the additions of local favorite, Naomi Cordill, and pianist, Richard Seiler. All four classically trained musicians have national credits in opera and musical theatre productions and share a passion for performing in intimate concert and recital venues.
The repertoire highlights contemporary, cutting edge Broadway shows such as "Wicked," Broadway favorites like "Les Miserables," and "Gypsy," Music by Broadway icon, Andrew Lloyd Webber, such as "Phantom of the Opera," is destined to become standards of the great American Musical Theatre repertory.
The concert promises something for everyone, both on and offstage, and promises to be is the concert of the season and one that you won't want to miss.
This program is co-sponsored by Concordia Bank & Trust and also funded by Louisiana Division of the Arts, Office of Cultural Development, Department of Culture & Recreation, and supported by a grant administered by the Arts Council of Central Louisiana and by the Arts Council of Northeast Louisiana
This program is free and open to the public.
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