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New York Pops

Closed April 21, 2017

No one does popular music like the New York Pops!

Why See New York Pops?

The New York Pops presents a double bill of great tunes fro the world of Broadway and the Billboard charts!

March 10 - Life is a Cabaret: The Songs of Kander & Ebb

The Legendary John Kander turns 90 today, and The New York Pops pays tribute with this concert of come of his best known pieces. Alongside lyricist Fred Ebb, Kander gave the world some of the darkest Broadway scores the world has ever seen, from the murderous tunes of Chicago to the risque numbers from Cabaret. Kander & Ebb's scores always boast a jazzy frisson, and forego the sappiness that creeps into some of their contemporaries' work.

The Pops will be conducted by Steven Reineke, while Broadway star Tony Yazbek is among the evening's vocalists.

April 21 - You've Got a Friend: A Celebration of Singers and Songwriters

Singer songwriters were a rare breed until the 1960s, when the likes of James Taylor and Carol King emerged, and suddenly singing anyone else's than your own songs seemed very passe! The New York Pops pays tribute to this changing of the gaurd, with guest vocalists Will Chase, Jessie Mueller (who is best known for playing Carole King on Broadway in Beautiful) and Adrienne Warren. Steven Reineke conducts.

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Opening night: 10 March 2017

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