Paul Gemignani conducts the evening, which features the talents of Alexander Gemignani (Road Show, Les Miserables, Sweeney Todd) and Tony nominee Kate Baldwin (Finian's Rainbow). Pianist Ted Firth and drummer Larry Lelli are also featured performers.
The program includes overtures from South Pacific, Oklahoma!, Funny Girl, Fiorello! and Gypsy as well as a birthday overture salute to Stephen Sondheim. Among the songs featured, performed by Baldwin and Alexander Gemignani, will be "Oh, What a Beautiful Morning" (Oklahoma!), "When Did I Fall in Love" (Fiorello!), "There Once Was a Man" (Pajama Game) and "Everything's Coming Up Roses" (Gypsy).
Tickets, priced $20 ($12 for seniors and students with I.D.), are available by calling the MSM Concert Office at (917) 493-4428 or online at www.msmnyc.edu. Manhattan School of Music is located on the northwest corner of Broadway and 122nd Street.