Go Inside The Jonathan Larson Project Album Release at Barnes & Noble

Photos   Go Inside The Jonathan Larson Project Album Release at Barnes & Noble
 
George Salazar, Jennifer Ashley Tepper, and more came out to celebrate the release of the album July 29.
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Lauren Marcus, Charlie Rosen, Jennifer Ashley Tepper, and George Salazar Joseph Marzullo/WENN

The Jonathan Larson Project celebrated its CD release with an in-store performance at Barnes & Noble on Manhattan’s Upper East Side July 29.

Performers George Salazar, Lauren Marcus, and Nick Blaemire joined the show’s creator, Jennifer Ashley Tepper, and music supervisor and orchestrator Charlie Rosen to give audience a live sneak peek into the album.

The Jonathan Larson Project debuted as a concert at Feinstein’s/54 Below October 9–14, 2018. Conceived and directed by Tepper, The Jonathan Larson Project showcases songs from Larson’s never-produced work like 1984 and Superbia, cut songs from Rent and tick, tick… BOOM!, songs written for revues and radio, and others that had never been recorded. The accompanying book includes previously unreleased archival materials, original lyrics and sheet music, script pages, notes, and more. Song lyrics of the newly recorded tracks, as well as annotations, are also featured alongside photos from the recording studio and liner notes from Tepper and Be More Chill composer-lyricist Joe Iconis, a past Larson Grant recipient.

Flip through photos of the celebration below:

The Jonathan Larson Project album comes from Ghostlight Records and is currently available for download and streaming. The limited edition CD package with collectible book was released July 26; a jewel CD case will hit shelves August 23.

The album features vocals by Blaemire, Marcus, Andy Mientus, Krysta Rodriguez, and Salazar, and instrumentals by musical director Natalie Tenenbaum, Charlie Rosen, Cody Owen Stine, Megan Talay, and Marques Walls, with Danielle Gimbal as copyist. The album is produced by Tepper, Rosen, and Kurt Deutsch.

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