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Storm Large Plays Carnegie Hall

By Charlotte Robinson, May 09, 2013
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


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