Judy Collins Will Bring Stephen Sondheim Celebration to Manhattan

Cabaret & Concert News   Judy Collins Will Bring Stephen Sondheim Celebration to Manhattan
A Love Letter to Stephen Sondheim will be presented at The Met.
Judy Collins
Judy Collins David Andrako

Judy Collins will perform A Love Letter to Stephen Sondheim February 24–25 at 7 PM in The Grace Rainey Rogers Auditorium at The Met Fifth Avenue (1000 Fifth Avenue).

Collins’ tribute to Sondheim was also broadcast on PBS WNET/Thirteen December 16, 2016. Filmed in May 2016 at The Boettcher Concert Hall in Denver, Colorado, Collins takes her audience through Sondheim’s treasure trove of music, interweaving stories of Broadway with her personal anecdotes. The internationally acclaimed folk singer performs such tunes as “No One Is Alone,” “Being Alive,” “I’m Still Here,” “There Won’t Be Trumpets,” “The Road You Didn’t Take,” “Sunday,” “Move On,” and many more.

Collins had a 1975 hit with Sondheim’s “Send in the Clowns,” which is also featured in the PBS concert.

The acclaimed vocalist is also a frequent presence at New York’s Café Carlyle.

Click here for additional information about the performances at The Met.


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