Live From the Rachel M. Schlesinger Concert Hall…. it’s… Broadway Celebrations!!!
After a weather postponement, the NOVA Community Chorus hit the ground running on March 27th at 8:00 with a great program!
The evening begin with Cole Porter’s “Another Op’nin, Another Show” from Kiss Me Kate and Rodgers & Hammerstein’s “It’s a Grand Night for Singing” from State Fair.
We had a great set of current and former students helping out with accompaniment! Marcelo Carrion’s guitar performance was wonderful!
Jonathan Padgett and Zach Williams did a phenomenal job! So great to see them in action.
Everyone really enjoyed, Ellie Briscoe and David Shilton wonderfully acted and sung, “I Wonder Why” from Call Me Madam,”
Judy Robb and Tim Rinaman perform a hysterically fun rendition of “Sixteen Going on Seventeen” from The Sound of Music. They switched it for 56, going on 57. The crowd loved it!
Maria Cussianovich solo work for “Someone to Watch Over Me” from Crazy for You, was delightful.
After a wonderful performance of “Jet Set” from Catch Me If You Can, Emi Eiting stunned everyone with a the wonderful, “Stars and the Moon” from Songs for a New World. What a beautiful voice.
The chorus performed “Lida Rose” / “Will I Ever Tell You?” from The Music Man.
Bernie Cohen and Tom Munger belt out the famed “Guys and Dolls” from Guys and Dolls
Randie Goode, Dylan Hohilly and Marvin Felton singing, “Luck Be a Lady” from Guys and Dolls.
Mary Shilton wowed everyone with Berstein’s “Somewhere” from Westside Story
Our Choral accompanist, Anita Feguson played the selections from Candide: “Life is Happiness Indeed” and “The Best of All Possible Worlds” beautifully.
Alan Bunner & Eric Ackerman do a great rendition of “Plant a Radish” from The Fantasticks.
Dyland Nohilly sings Rodgers & Hammerstein’s “Some Enchanted Evening” from South Pacific.
The Choir sounded wonderful throughout and began wrapping up the evening with “Look to the Rainbow” from Finian’s Rainbow before ending the concert with…
Marvin Hamlischs’ “One” from A Chorus Line.! What a phenomenal night, had by all!
Look for our next concerts. Next up is Jazz for Justice! April 12th at Schlesinger.
For more information on the chorus, please contact Chad Steffey at firstname.lastname@example.org