Montego Glover Joins New York Pops at Carnegie Hall Tonight

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New York Pops' fall season programming at Carnegie Hall continues Nov. 13 with Sophisticated Ladies, a celebration of Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald, Dinah Washington and more, featuring Tony nominee Montego Glover, Capathia Jenkins and Sy Smith.

Led by music director Steven Reineke, the concert features the singing actresses paying tribute to a host of groundbreaking female artists, performing alongside the largest independent pops orchestra in the U.S.

The 33rd season by the New York Pops kicked off Oct. 8 with a concert featuring Sierra Boggess and Julian Ovenden

Montego Glover
Montego Glover

Here is the remaining season at a glance: 

Nov. 13
Sophisticated Ladies
Steven Reineke, Music Director and Conductor
Montego Glover, Guest Artist
Capathia Jenkins, Guest Artist
Sy Smith, Guest Artist
In the centennial year of her birth, the orchestra celebrates Billie Holiday and other groundbreaking icons of American popular song, from Ella Fitzgerald to Sarah Vaughan to Dinah Washington.

Dec. 18-19
It’s Christmas Time in the City
Steven Reineke, Music Director and Conductor
Stephanie J. Block, Guest Artist
Brian d’Arcy James, Guest Artist
Essential Voices USA, Judith Clurman, Music Director and Conductor

March 11, 2016
42nd on 57th: Broadway Today
Steven Reineke, Music Director and Conductor
Jeremy Jordan, Guest Artist
Betsy Wolfe, Guest Artist
In an evening of theatre showstoppers, The New York Pops brings the best of Broadway uptown.

April 8, 2016
Lights, Camera, Action: Spielberg and Williams
Steven Reineke, Music Director and Conductor
The musicians of the orchestra take centerstage in this tribute to the legendary collaborations between Academy Award winners Steven Spielberg and John Williams.

All performances will take place at Carnegie Hall. For more information and to purchase subscription tickets, visit CarnegieHall or call (212) 247-7800.

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