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It’s Better with a Baritone
June 30, 2014
Doors 5:30 p.m. / Show 6:30 p.m. / $25 General
Tickets: boxofficetickets.com or call Portland Chamber Orchestra office at 503-771-3250
Special discounted price for both the “It’s Better with a Baritone” show and “Dick Hyman and friends” – $40
221 NW 10th Ave, Portland, OR 97209
Since the 1940s, the Baritone (with a capital “B”) has been the quintessential Broadway leading man. Now, two acclaimed baritones from divergent backgrounds join forces to pay tribute to the best of Broadway. This light-hearted evening looks at musical theatre’s greatest male roles, with a special emphasis on baritone duets, and features the works of Stephen Sondheim, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Jerry Herman, Michael Valenti and others. Baritones Rocky Blumhagen and Ron Spivak are accompanied by Pianist Rick Modlin.
The performance will take place at Portland’s premier jazz club, Jimmy Mak’s on Monday, June 30, 2014; doors open at 5:30pm and the music begins at 6:30pm. Tickets are $25 for general seating. Advance tickets and table reservations are available by calling the Portland Chamber Orchestra office at 503.771.3250.
Rocky Blumhagen: “West Coast”
A cabaret performer, a Big Band singer and a symphony soloist. Rocky has won multiple nominations and two acting awards for his live performances. He received his BA in vocal performance from Lewis and Clark College, in Portland, Oregon. He then sang professionally in the US, Germany, the United Kingdom and Canada; giving over 1500 nightclub performances and recording three albums.
Ron Spivak: “East Coast”
Ron has played leading roles in the musicals Man of La Mancha, Guys & Dolls, Damn Yankees, Company, Jacques Brel … and many others, and has written/performed his symphonic programs The Noisy Intermission, Bravo to Broadway and Richard Rodgers Re-vued with major orchestras. As a musical theatre historian, Ron has composed historical “liner” notes for Broadway cast albums, and has written for numerous magazines including the Tony Awards program.
About the Portland Chamber Orchestra: The oldest incorporated chamber orchestra in the country, the Portland Chamber Orchestra is known for its innovative concerts with a fusion of art forms. Its tagline is ‘the intimate symphony with infinite imagination’. The Orchestra is made up of local professional musicians. Learn more at www.PortlandChamberOrchestra.org
Portland Chamber Orchestra is funded in part by Hillsboro Arts and Culture council, Schnitzer CARE Foundation, Oregon Cultural trust, and Rodgers Instruments.