Release Date Set for ‘Journey to the Past’ Duet With Anastasia Stars Christy Altomare and Liz Callaway

Cast Recordings & Albums   Release Date Set for ‘Journey to the Past’ Duet With Anastasia Stars Christy Altomare and Liz Callaway
 
A new music video will debut in conjunction with the single's release later this month.
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Liz Callaway and Christy Altomare Courtesy of Hartford Stage

The new duet arrangement of the Oscar-nominated anthem “Journey to the Past,” featuring stage and screen Anastasia’s Christy Altomare and Liz Callaway, will be released on digital streaming and retail platforms September 28 in conjunction with a music video.

Callaway, who provided the singing vocals for the 1997 animated film of Anastasia, was the first to sing the Academy Award-nominated song by Tony Award-winning collaborators Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty.

Twenty years later, the torch was passed to Altomare, who created the role in the 2017 Broadway adaptation of Anastasia, which currently plays the Broadhurst Theatre.

They came together earlier this year to perform the new duet arrangement for audiences at Feinstein's/54 Below. Watch the live concert performance here.


“I can’t tell you how often people come up to me and tell me how much they loved the movie and how Anastasia was their childhood,” Callaway said. “Now they, as well as a whole new generation are getting to fall in love all over again with Anastasia the Broadway musical, and Christy’s beautiful performance. I think this recording is going to make a lot of people happy.”

The duet features accompaniment by composer Stephen Flaherty and a vocal arrangement by Benjamin Rauhala.

Read: HOW ANASTASIA’S LYNN AHRENS AND STEPHEN FLAHERTY WROTE THEIR OSCAR-NOMINATED “JOURNEY TO THE PAST”


Check out the video of the duet above.

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