Matthew Morrison Will Be Part of American Christmas Carol at Carnegie Hall

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The evening will benefit Kate Winslet’s Golden Hat Foundation.
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Matthew Morrison

Tony nominee Matthew Morrison will be part of The American Christmas Carol, a December 1 concert at Carnegie Hall that will benefit Kate Winslet’s Golden Hat Foundation, which celebrates and fosters awareness of those living with autism.

Tim Janis’ evening, which begins at 8 PM, will also feature Hayley Westenra, Caroline Campbell, Alex Boye, Melora Hardin, and Dallyn Vail Bayles.

The artists will be backed by a full orchestra and a 200-voice choir, featuring The Broadway Youth Ensemble, Chesapeake Youth Symphony Orchestra, The American Christmas Carol Choir, and The Fairfield County Children's Choir. Conductors include Julien Benichou, Matthew Vanzini, and Jon Noyes. The concertmaster is Kurt Nikkanen.

Morrison, who starred in Fox’s Glee, has been seen on Broadway in Hairspray, South Pacific, The Light in the Piazza, and Finding Neverland.

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