Virtual Benefit Concert with Kelli O’Hara
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The New York Pops is presenting a virtual benefit concert featuring Kelli O’Hara hosted by New York Pops Music Director and Conductor Steven Reineke. The concert, with music direction by Dan Lipton, features Rodgers and Hammerstein favorites; “To Build a Home” from The Bridges of Madison County; “Take Me to the World” from Evening Primrose; an original song “Sun Went Out” by Kelli O’Hara’s husband Greg Naughton; and more. Following the concert is a Q&A with Steven Reineke.
The concert was recorded live at the Riverside Yacht Club in Riverside, Connecticut on September 12, 2020, and was generously hosted by New York Pops Board Chair Jim Read. Tickets start at $20 and are available at newyorkpops.org/kelli. Additional ticket levels offer the opportunity to sponsor a PopsEd student as part of the Kids in the "Virtual" Balcony program. Patrons can watch the concert online for a week following the initial broadcast date; the concert is available to patrons for 48 hours once viewing has commenced. Limited Producer packages start at $1,000 and include access to an exclusive Zoom mingle with Kelli O’Hara prior to the concert broadcast at 6:45pm EST.
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