Monday, November 29, 2010

Carnegie Hall

You’ve heard the expression question of “how do you get to Carnegie Hall?” and the comic, yet also practical answer is practice.

This coming Thursday on December 2nd I have been invited by composer, musician, conductor, musical bon vivant, Tim Janis to host his Christmas concert at Carnegie Hall presented by the Little Sisters of the Poor.

I will read three of my Christmas/Holiday poems. They will be interspersed throughout the musical concert of very talented performers and equally talented choral groups.

Here’s the Playbill:

PRESENTED BY THE LITTLE SISTERS OF THE POOR

TIM JANIS: THE AMERICAN CHRISTMAS CAROL

Stern Auditorium / Perelman Stage
Thursday, December 2, 2010 at 8 PM

Tickets from $40 - $60

The Program

Tim Janis
Chandler Lutz, Donald Braswell, Jim Cole, Sarah Darling, Wendy McPike, Emily Bear, Eli Mattson, Lynn Witty, and Hollie Steel, Vocalists
Jimmy Nichols, Music Director
Andy Hire and Kevin Cooper, Conductors
With Symphony Orchestra and Chorus
Three Crosses Band
Rolland Smith, Host

Works by Tim Janis and Andrew J. Wight

I will share with you the poems I will read on Thursday.

If any New Yorkers would like to attend….hope to see you there.

rgs

2 comments:

Lorelei said...

Oh how I wish I lived back in NY...I would definitely be there...I know you will do a great job and all the attendees will be captured by your readings. Enjoy and "practice, practice, practice"...

Dick said...

If I lived closer to the venue I would be there for sure...I am positive that your input will be superb. "Easy" for you to remember that all of us from 1960 are your very biggest fan club.....Dick

 
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