Last summer, Tony®-winning Broadway legend Barbara Cook brought audiences to their feet with her critically acclaimed one-woman celebration of Stephen Sondheim’s timeless music. The New York Times called her performance “brilliant…transcendent…a sublime tour de force.” Now the gifted soprano, best known for originating some of the American musical theater’s most memorable roles—including “Cunegonde” in Candide and “Marian the Librarian” in The Music Man—returns to present a brand-new concert of musical gems from Broadway and beyond, including signature songs from her long and illustrious career, accompanied by Wally Harper on piano and Jon Burr on bass.
Watch and Listen
Listen to Barbara Cook on NPR's The Diane Rehm Show.
Barbara Cook: Emotional connections at a performance
Barbara Cook: The Terrace Theater
Barbara Cook: What it takes to sing cabaret
Barbara Cook: What it’s like to do a solo performance
Barbara Cook: Where she learned to sing
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