Sunday, April 12, 2015

Will "SOMETHING WONDERFUL" sell out at Symphony Center / Orchestra Hall, Chicago?

The American Prize-winning soloists Tania Coambs, Kate Ryan, Justin Moniz, and DelShawn Taylor entertain with "Do Re Mi"
Will "SOMETHING WONDERFUL" sell out at Symphony Center? 
It certainly should!
If the reaction of the sold-out crowd at Elgin's Blizzard Theater—where we performed the concert a couple of weeks ago—is any indication, the Chicago audience for SOMETHING WONDERFUL on Sunday, April 26th at Orchestra Hall, is going to have a terrific time!

The huge Elgin audience for the CBASO & Chorus's celebration of the music of Rodgers & Hammerstein (in partnership with the Elgin Master Chorale) was tumultuous from the first note of the "Carousel Waltz" to the last chord of the "Oklahoma" encore an hour and a half later: they stood, and cheered, and sung along, and even did the hand gestures in "Do, Re, Mi!"

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Excited? So are all the performers! Here are some photos from the Elgin concert, to give you an idea.
David Katz conducts the "Something Wonderful" Wall of Sound! 
Soloists Elizabeth Kling & Karen Archbold join in "You'll Never Walk Alone."

Soloists Dan Richardson & Christian Ketter join in "You'll Never Walk Alone."
DelShawn Taylor convinces everyone "It's a Grand Night for Singing."

Justin Moniz tells Kate how he'd be "If I Loved You."

Kate Ryan sings the concert title song, "Something Wonderful."

Tania Coambs is happy "Getting to Know You."

CBASO low strings, brass and percussion.
CBASO winds with members of the CBA Chorus and the Elgin Master Chorale.

All photos courtesy of Mark Bergeron.

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