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Chicago Symphony Orchestra has always been the one to bring the very best of classical music for theater patrons. One of its marvelous presentations is 'An Evening of Lerner and Loewe', which is a compilation of the very best compositions of Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe. The program includes selections from Lerner and Loewe's Camelot, Paint Your Wagon, Gigi, Brigadoon and My Fair Lady. CSO plans to take this show to numerous venues around the country. One of them is Ravinia Pavilion in Highland Park, IL. Summer home of the CSO, Ravinia Pavilion is an open-air facility with a seating capacity of 3400. The place has seen jazz legends, pop luminaries and the greatest folk and blues musicians and programs on its stages. This time it will be presenting the wonderful works of Lerner and Loewe. Lerner Loewe tickets for this particular event are in high demand as Highland Park has a handsome number of theater fans who welcome all kinds of touring productions.
Pioneer behind the compositions, Jay Lerner was a famous lyricist and Frederick Loewe an equally renowned librettist. Together the two made a team and gave out the music and lyrics of some highly successful Broadway musicals. Their list of theater works includes Life of the Party, Brigadoon, Paint Your Wagon, My Fair Lady, Camelot and Gigi. Some of their works have also been adapted for films.
As for Chicago Symphony Orchestra: An Evening of Lerner and Loewe, its conductor is the very talented Steven Reineke. Reproducing the exact melodies are Chicago Chorale, directed by Bruce Tammen; The Lakeside Singers directed by Robert Bowker and vocals provided by Betsy Wolfe, Ryan Silverman and Ben Crawford. Steven Reineke, music director of New York Pops is a protégé of Eric Kunzel who is famously known as America's “Prince of Pops”. Most naturally, Reineke follows in the footsteps of his master. That is why when CSO came up with the show of Lerner and Loewe's program; audiences enjoyed it as much as Kunzel's annual appearances in his three-decade career.
Four of the most famous Lerner and Loewe works have been showcased in Chicago Symphony Orchestra: An Evening of Lerner and Loewe. The program is arranged in a way that after overture, there will be melodies from Camelot; songs such as “Camelot” and “What Do the Simple Folk Do”. Then it will be Paint Your Wagon with songs including “I Talk to the Trees”, “Another Autumn” and “How Can I Wait”. This will be followed by songs from Gigi such as “Say a Prayer for Me Tonight”, “I Remember It Well” and “Gigi”. Next up will be songs from Brigadoon like “The Heather on the Hill” and “It's Almost like Being in Love”. Last up will be songs from My Fair Lady including “The Rain in Spain”, “I Could Have Danced All Night”, “Show Me” and “I've Grown Accustomed to Her Face”.
The outstanding collection of melodies – originally released in 1959 – is receiving the due credit that it deserves through Chicago Symphony Orchestra: An Evening of Lerner and Loewe. What's more interesting is that Steven Reineke and his team has done complete justice to this highly revered music collection. Showcasing four major musical works of Lerner Loewe, the composition is a testament to the talents that these artists possessed.
The whole program is delightful. It is a one-of-a-kind collection of all that is great about Lerner and Loewe. We have seen and admired the works of these two in other versions as well but 'An Evening of Lerner and Loewe' will be a completely different experience. It's highly recommended by theater patrons. All interested people need to do is get Lerner Loewe tickets in time for enjoying this masterpiece.