Friday Nov. 9 8pm, - Saturday, Nov. 10 2pm and 8pm
On Friday, November 9 through Saturday November 10, 2012 the Youth Orchestra of the Lowcountry will kick off their 40th anniversary season with a high energy musical review “Absolutely Andrew” presented by The Nathan and Marlene Addlestone foundation starring an incredible cast of Broadway vocalists.
“Absolutely Andrew” is a musical tribute to legendary Broadway composer, Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber, that will feature pieces from each of his Broadway hits including "Evita”, "Cats”, and "Phantom of the Opera”.
The show will partner Broadway performers, Omar Lopez Cepero (“American Idiot” and “Evita”), David Raimo (“Mama Mia”, “Cats”), Natalie Douglas (7 time MAC award winner), Betsy DiLellio (“The Full Monty”), and founding member of Village People; Randy Jones, with The Youth Orchestra of the Lowcountry. The actors will work closely with the YOLOW musicians during rehearsals and performances and are offering workshops to local schools and arts organization that include: auditioning, vocal warm ups, and dance.
“Absolutely Andrew”; originally arranged by Taras Kovayl (Music Director of “Blood Sweat and Tears” and Liza Minelli) for an 11 piece ensemble, has been specially rearranged for a full 60+ symphony orchestra.
Tickets to this unique and family friendly concert can be purchased at
http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/273470 and will be priced from $15 to $40.
About The Youth Orchestra of the Lowcountry
Now in its 40th Season, the Youth Orchestra of the Lowcountry (aka YOLOW) is the The Tri-County area’s oldest and most advanced musical youth ensemble. Under the baton of Ruben Camacho, this diverse group of young musicians share a passion for music and the dedication to meet the challenge of performing advanced orchestral repertoire as a full symphony orchestra. According to Mr. Camacho, “We want the beauty and discipline involved in learning and performing orchestral music to be interwoven into a much broader perspective. This program is an asset to our community and has so much untapped potential for enriching the lives of our kids.”
November 9, 2012
November 10, 2012
44 George Street Charleston, SC
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