An Evening with Steve Tyrell and Andrea Marcovicci at Bergen PAC
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The last date listed for An Evening with Steve Tyrell and Andrea Marcovicci was Saturday March 17, 2007 / 8:00pm.
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Be there as the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra plays works by two of music's greatest masters, and performs the premiere of an exciting new concerto. Brahms' magnificent First Symphony took the composer over a decade to write. The finished product was described by some 19th-century critics as "Beethoven's Tenth," as Brahms paid tribute to his idol with homages to Beethoven's Fifth and Ninth Symphonies. The concert opens with Beethoven's dramatic Leonore Overture No. 3. Richard Danielpour's Clarinet Concerto, co-commissioned by the NJSO and featuring soloist Anthony McGill, rounds out a stellar evening of music. Learn More
Quotes & Highlights
- Andrea Marcovicci is a "torch singer, spellbinder, heart-breaker." --<em>People</em>
Producer, Composer/Singer Steve Tyrell has many hits to his credit ("Hooked On A Feeling," "Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head") and songwriter ("How Do You Talk To An Angel," "Hold On"). Don't miss delightful standards like "It Had To Be You," "The Way You Look Tonight" (from the soundtrack of "Father Of The Bride"), in addition to selections from his two newly released CD's "The Disney Standards" and "Songs Of Sinatra." Catch Steve's BergenPAC debut!
<p>Andrea Marcovicci, the Queen of Cabaret, "torch singer, spellbinder, heart-breaker" (People) was hailed as the "most Sinatra-like" of the new generation of cabaret performers by Life Magazine. She "has the capacity to caress a song with a warming embrace…Marcovicci steals the heart …the epitome of elegance and showbiz savvy," declared Variety while Stephen Holden wrote in The New York Times, "Andrea Marcovicci has an incandescent enthusiasm and a masterly balance between poignancy and wit. " </p>