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Deborah Voigt takes “Something Wonderful” to Carnegie Hall tomorrow

Following her much talked-about debut performances as Brünnhilde in the Metropolitan Opera’s new production of Die Walküre, Deborah Voigt moves from Wagner to show tunes when she stars in Something Wonderful: An Evening of Broadway” at Carnegie Hall tomorrow, Thursday, May 19.  This benefit concert for the Collegiate Chorale will feature songs by the likes of George Gershwin, Jerome Kern, Stephen Sondheim and Rodgers & Hammerstein. Special guest artist baritone Paulo Szot joins Voigt and the acclaimed chorus, along with the American Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of Ted Sperling. Click here for more event information.
Deborah Voigt:  upcoming engagements
May 19
New York, NY
Carnegie Hall
“Something Wonderful: An Evening of Broadway”
Concert and spring benefit with the Collegiate Chorale
Featured guest artist Paulo Szot
American Symphony Orchestra / Ted Sperling
May 21
Great Barrington, MA
2011 Mahaiwe Gala
The Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center
Recital with Brian Zeger, piano
May 23
New York, NY
“Monday at the Plaza With James – A Tribute to James Lapine”
New York Theatre Workshop Benefit Event
June 9-11
New York, NY
Avery Fisher Hall
Schoenberg: Erwartung 
New York Philharmonic / David Robertson
July 9
Ravinia, IL
Arias from Fidelio, Salome and more
Ravinia Festival
Chicago Symphony Orchestra / Christoph Eschenbach
July 16
Cooperstown, NY
Irving Berlin: Annie Get Your Gun (Annie; role debut)
Glimmerglass Festival
Additional performances: July 18m, 22, 24m, & 30;
August 2m, 4, 6m, 9m, 12, 15m, 18, 20m, & 21m
July 29
Cooperstown, NY
Deborah Voigt benefit concert – “Voigt Lessons”
Glimmerglass Festival
Additional performances: August 7 & 14
August 27
Capetown, South Africa
Concert with Johan Botha
Capetown Opera
September 3
Hanover, Germany
Gala concert (details TBA)

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