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is dedicated to presenting
musically and historically significant works from the American Song repertoire,
primarily those emanating from the American musical theater.
For Carolyn, it all began in the 1990’s when she created her first
original stage work: Just a Song At
Twilight—an enlightening and entertaining look at turn-of-the-century
America and its music. Enthusiastically received, and also broadcast on public
television, this program served as the impetus to develop more theatrical
concerts focusing on the American theatre song.
Now, twenty years and nine original programs later, Carolyn remains
committed to serving as an ambassador of the American Song, helping to preserve
one of our country’s finest cultural treasures.
These programs connect us to our past by lending an insightful look into
our musical heritage, and thus create a deeper understanding of who we are and
where we come from.
A Song At Twilight
George! By Ira! By Gershwin!
the Weill Side
There’s Always a Woman -- according to Stephen Sondheim
The Sweetest Sounds
Camera, Opera: The Met Goes to Hollywood
this thing called love—A Broadway Valentine