We’re headed to NYC to see Storm Large perform The Seven Deadly Sins at Carnegie Hall with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra Thursday May 9th. Storm Large is a fabulous singer, songwriter, actor, author & fierce gay ally. Storm branched out from her rock roots into theater, cabaret & has now entered the symphony world. A resident of Portland, Oregon, she currently balances performing with her own band in venues around the country & touring with our favorite Portland-based band Pink Martini. We first met Storm when she performed at The Kennedy Center with Pink Martini filling in for China Forbes who was undergoing vocal surgery a few years ago. The Seven Deadly Sins by Kurt Weill was first performed in the Théatre des Champs-Elysées in Paris in 1933 & produced, directed & choreographed by George Balanchine. This is going to be a very exciting interpretation with Large that we can’t wait to see. Also performing with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra are: Leonard Slatkin, Music Director, Storm Large, Soprano, Jorge Garza, Tenor, Carl Moe, Tenor, Anton Belov, Baritone & Richard Zeller, Baritone.
This is part of Spring For Music series & all tickets are $25. We’ll be attending all the festivities of the evening & parties that follow. Updates to Come…:)
For Tix: carnegiehall.org VIDEO: Storm Large Talks About The The Seven Deadly Sins