Tony Award Winner Lea Salonga Launches American Songbook Series Jan. 30
By Adam Hetrick
Tony Award-winning Miss Saigon star Lea Salonga kicks off the 2013 American Songbook Series Jan. 30 at the Allen Room.
Victor Lirio, who also directed Salonga's Suites By Sondheim concert at Alice Tully Hall, stages the 75-minute concert that begins at 8:30 PM. Salonga is joined by musical director Larry Yurman on piano, Jack Cavari on guitar, John Miller on bass and Dave Ratajczak on drums.
Salonga most recently appeared in the Broadway-aimed musical Allegiance. She earned a Tony Award for originating the role of Kim in Miss Saigon. Her stage appearances also include Les Misérables, Flower Drum Song, Cinderella and God of Carnage. She also voiced the Disney princesses Jasmine and Mulan.
Additional programming for the American Songbook Series includes Karen Akers (Feb. 1), Ring Them Bells! Rob Fisher Celebrates Kander & Ebb (Feb. 6), Kristin Chenoweth (Feb. 15), The Songs of Tom Kitt & Brian Yorkey (March 1), Ingrid Michaelson (March 2), Lindsay Mendez & Marco Paguia (March 29), Meow Meow (March 30), Cristin Milioti (April 5), and Kerrigan & Lowdermilk (April 19).
For tickets visit AmericanSongbook.org, or phone (212) 721-6500.
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