Broadway singer/composer Ann Hampton Calloway will bring her jazzy musical stylings to Boston Symphony Hall where she'll join the Boston Symphony for a tribute to the music of the great Barbra Streisand. Callaway is a Platinum Award-winning writer whose songs are featured on five of Streisand's CDs. The evening kicks off with Boston Pops renditions of "Harlem" by Duke Ellington, music from On the Town
by Leonard Bernstein and a rendition of Bernard Herrmann's score to Taxi Driver
with Michael Monaghan on alto sax. Hampton Calloway takes the stage for the second half, singing a selection of Streisand hits including "Don't Rain on My Parade," "Cry Me a River," and "I've Dreamed of You," which Callaway wrote for Streisand to sing at her wedding to James Brolin. The event will also feature a special appearance by composer Alan Bergman who will share stories about the years of collaboration he and his wife Marilyn have shared with Streisand.
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