Hallelujah Broadway

September 13, 2011 10:49:35 AM PDT
Some of Broadway's most uplifting and powerful songs are showcased in a new show called ''Hallelujah Broadway''.

This musical revue features the voices of three amazing soloists, Rodrick Dixon, Alfreda Burke and Anthony Kearns all accompanied by a 32 piece orchestra and a choir.

Performance Schedule and Ticket Information

"Hallelujah Broadway" performs at the Auditorium Theatre:

Saturday, Sept. 17, 2011 at 7:30 p.m.

Tickets are $30-$72 and are on sale now, available online at ticketmaster.com/auditorium, by calling (800) 982-2787 or in-person at ATRU's Box Office (50 E. Congress Parkway).


About the performers:
Rodrick Dixon has performed several roles with the Lyric Opera of Chicago and appeared in Broadway's "Ragtime," as well as the revival of "Show Boat" at the Auditorium Theatre. In 2009 Dixon made his Los Angeles Philharmonic debut performing the role of Oedipus in Stravinsky's "Oedipus Rex," conducted by Esa-Pekka Salonen and directed by Peter Sellars. Dixon continues to tour and perform with "The Tenors Cook, Dixon & Young."

Dixon also has toured nationally with his wife, soprano Alfreda Burke. Burke's credits include debuts with the Chicago Symphony at Ravinia under Erich Kunzel, the CSO's Symphony Center Inaugural Festival, Chicago Opera Theater, Grant Park Music Festival, and "Show Boat" at the Kennedy Center and the Auditorium Theatre. Burke has also worked in recordings, music video, television, radio, film and commercials.

Anthony Kearns is a founding member of The Irish Tenors and has spent more than a decade performing in prestigious venues around the world. Kearns has a very renowned voice and in addition to his work in Irish operas, he has sung in Italian opera productions such as "Falstaff," "Romeo and Juliet: Then and Now," and "Lucia di Lammermoor." In addition to performing "Hallelujah Broadway," Kearns performs three times annually with The Irish Tenors while maintaining a thriving solo career.

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