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It’s always exciting when BCP welcome Broadway’s most acrobatic and versatile musicians to perform - Broadway’s Woodwind Doublers!  Three legends of Broadway, with over 90 Broadway credits between them, will perform on November 15th showcasing wonderful works by Beethoven, Milhaud, as well as a wonderful collection of Burton Lane masterpieces arranged by one of the artists himself, Steve Kenyon. 


The art of woodwind doubling refers to musicians who perform on two or more instruments from a woodwind  family. By 1940, it was already common practice on Broadway for woodwind players to be proficient doublers. Today you can find doublers performing in Jazz clubs, recording sessions, television and movie scores, award shows, you name it! Their ability and dedication to music is vital for the existence for live music on Broadway. 

Join us for a special Pre-Concert Discussion on

“The Art of Woodwind Doubling” with our guest artists beginning at 5:30 p.m.!

Ludwig van Beethoven - Trio Op. 87 
Darius Milhaud - Suite d'apres Corrette     
Burton Lane -  Medley 

(Commissioned by the IDRS - arranged by Steve Kenyon)


Rick Heckman, Steve Kenyon, & Mark Thrasher

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Friday November 15, 2019 

6:00 P.M.

Online Tickets - $10 & $15
Door Tickets - $15 & $20
Click below to purchase your tickets TODAY!


St. Malachy's – The Actors' Chapel

239 W 49th St,  NY NY 10019

(between Broadway & 8th Ave)

These concerts are produced in part by a grant from the New York State Council on the Arts and patron's donations. Please consider donating today to help us spread more music tomorrow!

Broadway Chamber Players is a sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, a non-profit arts-service organization. Contributions for the charitable purposes of Broadway Chamber Players must be made payable to Fractured Atlas only and are tax deductible to the extent permitted by law.


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