Brummel, Reyburn, Castle, Gallagher and More Will Sing at Free Songbook Concert March 25

News   Brummel, Reyburn, Castle, Gallagher and More Will Sing at Free Songbook Concert March 25 The acclaimed Songbook series — produced, directed and hosted by John F. Znidarsic — will continue March 25.

Presented by Arts and Artists at St. Paul's, the free 6 PM concert at the Donnell Library Theater in Manhattan is titled Tomorrow's Broadway Today! and will feature "some fabulous new songs penned by some of New York's most vibrant writers," according to press notes. Concertgoers can expect to hear tunes that were written by John Allen, Charles Bloom, Thomas Caruso, Michael L. Cooper, Bobby Cronin, Patrick Dwyer, Andrea Frierson, Blake Hackler, Jeffrey Lodin, Rob Rokicki, Steven Silverstein, William Squier, Robby Stamper and Richard Pearson Thomas.

Performers will include Mary Aldousary, Charma Bonnano, Matt Castle, Wendy Bobbitt Cavett, Anne Brummel, Robert DuSold, Patrick Dwyer, Andrea Frierson, Brian Gallagher, Keithon Gibson, Jacqui Polk, Julie Reyburn, Ilona Rubenstein, Robby Stamper and T.O Sterrett.

The Donnell Library Theater is located in Manhattan at 20 West 53rd Street, between Fifth and Sixth Avenues. For further information call Arts and Artists at (212) 265-3495, ext. 336.

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