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Tony Award winner Paolo Szot joined opera star Deborah Voigt for The Collegiate Chorale's 2011 Spring Concert Something Wonderful: An Evening of Broadway with Deborah Voigt, held at Carnegie Hall on Thursday, May 19.

Ted Sperling conducted the American Symphony Orchestra for the concert, which included selections form such musicals as The Music Man, Show Boat, Allegro, Sweet Adeline, Oklahoma, Annie Get Your Gun, South Pacific, Follies, and Porgy and Bess.

The dinner was followed by a cocktail reception in the Rose Museum and a seated dinner and dessert in the Rohatyn Room. Among those in attendance was five-time Tony nominee Dana Ivey.

The evening also included Tony Award winner Roger Rees conducting an auction to benefit The Chorale's education and artistic programs.

For more information, click here.

Paolo Szot, Deborah Voigt and the Collegiate Chorale
(© Erin Baiano)
Paolo Szot, Deborah Voigt and the Collegiate Chorale
(© Erin Baiano)


Ted Sperling and Dana Ivey
(© Erin Baiano)
Ted Sperling and Dana Ivey
(© Erin Baiano)
Tony Award winner Paolo Szot joined opera star Deborah Voigt for The Collegiate Chorale's 2011 Spring Concert Something Wonderful: An Evening of Broadway with Deborah Voigt, held at Carnegie Hall on Thursday, May 19.

Ted Sperling conducted the American Symphony Orchestra for the concert, which featured selections from such musicals as The Music Man, Show Boat, Allegro, Sweet Adeline, Oklahoma, Annie Get Your Gun, South Pacific, Follies, and Porgy and Bess.

The dinner was followed by a cocktail reception in the Rose Museum and a seated dinner and dessert in the Rohatyn Room. Among those in attendance was five-time Tony nominee Dana Ivey.

The evening also included Tony Award winner Roger Rees conducting an auction to benefit The Chorale's education and artistic programs.

For more information, click here.

Roger Rees and students
(© Erin Baiano)
Roger Rees and students
(© Erin Baiano)


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