THE SCREENING ROOM: Barbara Cook Sings (Video)

By Playbill Staff
October 8, 2012

Tony Award winner Barbara Cook, the iconic soprano who starred in the Broadway productions of The Music Man and Candide, will return to Carnegie Hall Oct. 18 in celebration of her 85th birthday.



It is a busy season for Cook, who is also celebrating the release of her new album "Lover Man," which was released by DRG Records label Sept. 23

Playbill.com has put together a collection of favorite performances by Cook throughout her Tony-winning career.

"When You Wish Upon A Star."

"Why Did I Choose You."

"Losing My Mind."

Janis Ian's "Stars.

"Better With a Band."

"Till There Was You."

"In Buddy's Eyes."

"I See Your Face Before Me"/"Change Partners."

"Vanilla Ice Cream."

A medley of songs from South Pacific, Camelot and No Strings.

Michael Ball and Cook sing "People Will Say We're In Love."

Performing "Too Many Mornings" with George Hearn.

 

"Nashville Nightingale."

"In Between Goodbyes."