Never seen this interview before! Thought I’d share :)
Last night (September 29th), Aaron Tveit joined other artists at the “Sundance…Sings!” concert, hosted by New York’s Symphony Space. The event celebrated composers and lyricists who have spent time at the Sundance Institute Theatre Lab, a developmental retreat founded by Robert Redford that aids in the creation of new work; an array of talent helped showcase the music and songs of productions such as Spring Awakening and Grey Gardens.
At the event, Aaron Tveit performed “Poison in My Pocket” from the 2014 Tony Award: Best Musical winner, A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder. For that performance, he was joined with Catherine Walker (who will soon be playing Phoebe D’Ysquith on the Broadway production of Gentleman’s Guide) and Tony winner Shuler Hensley. As a solo act, Aaron delivered a beautiful rendition of “Love to Me” from The Light in the Piazza. Visit Symphony Space’s website for a full program.
Photos from the evening have been added to the gallery, including Aaron singing his two numbers as well as a backstage shot with the whole ensemble.
Aaron Tveit, Catherine Walker, and Shuler Hensley sing Poison in My Pocket from A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder at Sundance…Sings at Symphony Space on 9/29/14.
Aaron Tveit sings Love to Me from The Light in the Piazza at Sundance…Sings at Symphony Space on 9/29/14.
And yes, it is just as swoonworthy as it sounds.
Symphony Space is a performing arts center on the Upper West Side of Manhattan offering programs in theatre, film, literature, music, dance and family entertainment.
Remember, this is tomorrow!
Aaron will be singing
"Love to Me" from The Light in the Piazza
Music & Lyrics by Adam Guettel, Book by Craig Lucas
Performed by Aaron Tveit
"The Song of Purple Summer" from Spring Awakening
Music by Duncan Sheik, Book & Lyrics by Steven Sater
Performed by the Ensemble
Looks like we will have to wait a little longer for They Might Be Kennedys. Waaah.
From the Stereotypically You facebook page (!!!!!)
Encouraging news about Undrafted.
Things look like they are moving along.
Aaron Tveit’s songs for the upcoming Symphony Space on Sept 29th
When the Pasadena Pops quickly signed Michael Feinstein to be its principal Pops conductor in 2013 following the death of his predecessor, Marvin Hamlisch, it looked like a coup and a gamble.
I was digging up some stuff about the Sept. 6 Pasadena Pops concert. Here’s a review from the L.A. Times that mentions Aaron singing “Autumn in New York” and reports that it looked like a full crowd at the concert.