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Celebrate 50 Years of Goodspeed Musicals

In Music, Near By Events, Theatre on December 28, 2012 at 8:37 pm

Goodspeed Musicals Hartford Symphony Orchestra Goodspeed’s 50th Anniversary kicks off with a very special evening featuring the best of Goodspeed and Broadway

Hartford Symphony Orchestra and Goodspeed Musicals will join to celebrate the music and the magic of Goodspeed’s golden anniversary in a spectacular concert event on Saturday, February 23, 2013 at 7:30 p.m. at The Bushnell Center for the Performing Arts in Hartford.  For 50 years, Goodspeed has been recognized around the world as the “home of the American musical”.  This special collaboration will feature selections from Goodspeed originals that moved to Broadway including Annie and Man of La Mancha, plus audience favorites from dozens of shows like Brigadoon, Finian’s Rainbow and No, No Nanette. 

 

Led by guest conductor Michael O’Flaherty who is now in his 21st year as Resident Music Director for Goodspeed Musicals, the program will feature the talents of the Hartford Symphony Orchestra, as well as performances by special guests Sarah Uriarte Berry, Quentin Earl Darrington and James Snyder, plus aspiring professional performers from The Hartt School Musical Theatre Department’s Class of 2013.

 

Ticket Information: Tickets range in price from $20-$67.50. Student tickets are $10 and

$25 tickets are available for patrons age 40 and under. To purchase tickets or for more information, please contact HSO ticket services at (860) 244-2999 or visit

www.hartfordsymphony.org

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