The concerts, entitled A Broadway Romance -- A Love Story for Symphonic Pops, will be presented Nov. 18-20. The singers will be accompanied by The Elgin Symphony under the direction of conductor Maestro Carl Topilow.
Audiences can expect to hear such tunes as "Broadway Baby," "Some People," "She Loves Me," "Anything You Can Do," "Just in Time," "Send in the Clowns," "My Funny Valentine," "Adelaide's Lament," "The Song Is You," "Music of the Night" and medleys from Chicago and 42nd Street.
Viviano and Larsen have previously starred opposite each other in Romance/Romance, Evita (as Eva and Che) and as George and Dot in Eric Schaeffer's production of Sunday in the Park with George, for which they both received Helen Hayes Award nominations.
Sal Viviano has appeared on Broadway in The Full Monty, The Life, Falsettos, City of Angels, Romance/Romance and The Three Musketeers. Off-Broadway he was seen in Beau Jest, Cather County, Weird Romance, Catch Me If I Fall, Broadway Jukebox, Hamlet and The Opera. His film credits include "Black Roses," "The Jitters," "Spike of Bensonhurst" and "Life With Mikey."
Liz Larsen received Tony, Drama Desk and Outer Critic Circle Award nominations for her work in The Most Happy Fella and has also appeared on Broadway in Hairspray, The Smell of the Kill, The Rocky Horror Show, Damn Yankees, Fiddler on the Roof and Starmites.
For ticket information visit www.hemmens.org.