Conductor Donald Pippin Offers A Maestro's Memoirs, Featuring Klea Blackhurst and Nat Chandler
17 May 2014
The Ziegfield Society presents Tony-winning conductor Donald Pippin in A Maestro's Memoirs, featuring special guest stars Klea Blackhurst and Nat Chandler, May 17 at the Lang Recital Hall, Hunter College (695 Park Avenue) at 4 PM.
In A Maestro's Memoirs, Pippin reveals humorous and personal memories with a combination of music and storytelling.
Pippin's career spans several decades and includes a Tony Award for Oliver!, a Drama Desk Special Award and an Emmy. He is joined by special guest stars Blackhurst and Chandler (The Scarlet Pimpernel, Phantom of the Opera) for the afternoon performance.
The Ziegield Society is a non-profit that strives to educate current and future generations about legendary performers, songwriters and creators from the 20th century musical theatre heritage.
Tickets are $15 and $7 for students and Ziegfield Society members. Click here for more information.
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