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first_imgThe New York Pops orchestra will welcome a host of Broadway stars—including two-time Tony winner Sutton Foster, four-time Tony nominee and The Bridges of Madison County’s Kelli O’Hara, Tony nominee Matthew Morrison and Ryan Silverman—into the 32nd season of the company’s Carnegie Hall series, led by music director Steven Reineke. The Pops orchestra season will feature five concerts in total, kicking off on October 24. Ryan Silverman View Comments Audra McDonald Kelli O’Hara Sutton Fostercenter_img Matthew Morrison Star Files Among the seasonal features are All You Need is Love: The Music of The Beatles, a celebration of the iconic band featuring Finnish a cappella ensemble Rajaton; Kelli and Matthew: Home for the Holidays, a festive holiday concert featuring South Pacific and The Light in the Piazza co-stars Kelli O’Hara and Matthew Morrison; a solo evening with Violet star Sutton Foster; and Let’s Be Frank, a tribute to Ol’ Blue Eyes featuring Chicago vet Ryan Silverman, Tony DeSare, Storm Large and Frankie Moreno. Other season highlights will include a Stern Auditorium/Perelman Stage concert by five-time Tony Award winner Audra McDonald. The December 12 performance will feature classic songs from musical theater and film, along with pieces written for her by leading songwriters. Last year’s New York Pops season included performances from Broadway veterans Montego Glover, Ashley Brown, Bullets Over Broadway’s Marin Mazzie and Jason Danieley. View All (5)last_img read more

first_imgThe Coral Welsh Grand National from Chepstow on 27 December will mark Channel 4’s final racing broadcast, as the UK broadcaster bows out from the sport following 32 years of coverage.Channel 4 management confirmed that its ‘4 Racing’ program would finish the day after Boxing Day and that 4 Racing would not broadcast scheduled racing from Newbury on New Year’s Eve.Detailing its decision not to broadcast racing content on the 31st of December, Channel 4 stated that it had found ‘logistical difficulties’ in the handover of third party broadcast equipment to ITV, UK racing’s new terrestrial broadcaster who will begin its coverage on 1 January.The broadcaster released the following statement relating to its final racing show“Channel 4 is proud of our 32-year association with British horse racing. Over this period, we have continually delivered above and beyond our contractual requirements.”“We have delivered more coverage of racing than any other terrestrial broadcaster and our investment in award-winning weekly coverage has delivered a 10 million audience for the Grand National and numerous innovations, from the jockeycam to the horsetracker.”“Our final racing broadcast will be on Tuesday 27 December and will retain its strong production value. We would like to thank the horse racing industry for 32 fun-filled and dramatic years and wish them the very best for the future.” ITV secures three-year British racing broadcast deal August 5, 2020 Share Oliver Dowden calls on ‘best and brightest’ to help restart UK sports May 21, 2020 Related Articles ITV Racing begins contract renegotiations with UK Racing  May 21, 2020 StumbleUpon Submit Sharelast_img read more