Derrick Baskin, Andrew Kober, Lilli Cooper, Michael Winther and More Set for Free NYC Holiday Concerts

By Andrew Gans
November 30, 2012

Broadway's Future Songbook Series — presented by Arts and Artists at St. Paul — will continue with free holiday concerts Dec. 9-10. The concerts, each with a unique program of new holiday songs, will take place in the Bruno Walter Auditorium at the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts at Lincoln Center.



Produced, directed and hosted by John Znidarsic and co-produced by Erica Ruff, the concerts will spotlight the songs of up-and-coming composers.

The Dec. 9 performance, which begins at 2:30 PM, will feature the songs of Becca Anderson & Julian Blackmore, Glenn Bassett & Adam Cohen, Sara Cooper & Zach Redler, Beth Falcone, Mary Feinsinger & Michael Colby, Drew Fornarola, Jonathon Lynch & Danielle Trzcinski, Dan Marshall & Joel Waggonner, Shubert Alley, Mary Liz McNamara, Bill Nelson, Brad Ross, Omri Schein & James Olmstead, Steven Silverstein & Andrew Zachary Cohen, Katya Stanislavskaya, Paul Stephan & Sue Matsuki, Nadav Wiesel and Jay Alan Zimmerman.

Performers will include Mary Ellen Ashley, Leslie Becker, Edd Clark, Carey-Erin Clark, Sarah Corey, Eamon Foley, Kevin B. McGlynn, Kristen Mengelkoch, Brittney Morello, Katie Murphey, Shubert Alley, Maureen Taylor, Jason SweetTooth Williams and Michael Winther.

The Dec. 10 concert, which begins at 6 PM, will feature the songs of Landon Braverman & Derek P. Hassler, Sam Carner & Derek Gregor, Will Van Dyke, Andrew Gerle, Michael R. Jackson, Steven Jamail, Michael Kooman & Chris Dimond, Max Mamon & Liz Suggs, Annie & Jenna Pasqua, Will Reynolds, Charlie Sohne & Tim Rosser, Mark Sonnenblick & Ben Wexler, Christopher Staskel & Lisa Whitson Burns, Katie Thompson, and Micah Young.

Performers will include Preston Sadleir, Derrick Baskin, Andrew Kober, Lilli Cooper, Phoenix Gonzalez and Rocio Del Mar Valles.

The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts' Bruno Walter Auditorium is located at 111 Amsterdam Avenue and 65th Street.