Tony Winner Adam Guettel Debuts New Material Alongside Pace University Students April 30

By Michael Gioia
April 30, 2013

The Pace University Department of Performing Arts presents a concert of works by Tony Award-winning composer Adam Guettel (The Light in the Piazza), performed by the composer and accompanied by Pace BFA Musical Theatre students and alumni, April 30.



The 8 PM concert, directed by Amy Rogers, "is the culmination of a year-long artist-in-residency in which Guettel taught classes in musical theory, song interpretation, musical theatre history and musical theatre composition as well tested new material from a new project with Pace students," according to press notes.

The program includes a mix of old and new songs from the many projects that Guettel is currently working on. In addition, he will discuss his creative process with demonstrations of different versions and revisions of songs. Music direction for the evening is by Robert Meffe, Andrew Smithson and Joel Waggoner.

Adam Guettel in Concert is presented at Pace's Michael Schimmel Center for the Arts, located at 3 Spruce Streeet in lower Manhattan. For reservations, call (866) 811-4111 or click here.