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NSO Pops: Jerry Herman's Broadway/Donald Pippin, conductor (Jerry Herman's Broadway)

Donald Pippin

Don Pippin’s distinguished career on Broadway includes A Chorus Line (for which he received the Golden Record Award), Oliver! (which won him the Tony Award), Cabar Applause, Woman of the Year, Mame, Dear World, Seesaw, Jerry’s Girls, Mack and Mabel, and La Cage Aux Follies. Pippin has been the musical director for many years at Radio City Music Hall, as well as a consultant. He won the Emmy Award for the TV special Broadway Sings Jule Styne and he was nominated for a second Emmy for the television concert, Jerry Herman at the Hollywood Bowl, performed with the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra. He was the musical director for An Evening with Alan Jay Lerner live at Lincoln Center and part of PBS Television’s Great Performances series.

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Broadway Up Close and Personal: A Tribute to Frank Loesser

A Celebration of Frank Loesser's 100th Birthday with ASCAP's Michael Kerker, Jo Sullivan Loesser, and special guests.

Broadway Up Close and Personal: Celebrating Jerry Herman Part 4 of 7

Mack and Mable: Herman talks about the short lived Mack and Mable, one of his favorites. Debbie Gravitte sings "Wherever He Ain't," followed by Ron Raines singing "I Won't Send Roses", both accompanied by Don Pippin on piano.

Broadway Up Close and Personal: Celebrating Jerry Herman Part 3 of 7

Hello Dolly: After his overnight success, Herman, still has to prove himself as a lyricist and composer and auditions for producer David Merrick. The result is Hello Dolly. Jason Graae sings "It Only Takes a Moment" accompanied by Don Pippin

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