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EMILY SKINNER, VOCALS


TREAT YOUR VALENTINE TO A CONCERT THIS FEBRUARY!


FRI FEB 14, 8PM LOVE ME TONIGHT*


Rob Fisher, music director and piano Emily Skinner, vocals | Norm Lewis, vocals


Whether you’re single, falling in love for the fi rst time or falling in love again, spend Valentine’s night celebrating Broadway’s greatest love songs sung by Broadway’s shining stars. Get a thrill out of hits like “I Wish I Were in Love Again,” “Love is Here to Stay,” “Don’t Let Me Be Lonely Tonight,” “Love and Marriage,” and “Embraceable You.”


SAT FEB 15, 8PM


STEVE HACKMAN’S BEETHOVEN VS. COLDPLAY


STEVE HACKMAN, COMPOSER/CONDUCTOR


Steve Hackman’s Beethoven vs. Coldplay transforms Ludwig van Beethoven’s Eroica Symphony into an oratorio, weaving the melodies and lyrics of Coldplay into the original Beethoven and pairing them together based on content and context. Three vocalists join the full symphony; many of Coldplay’s most well-known songs are interpolated, including “Fix You,” “Paradise,” and “The Scientist.” Steve Hackman’s Beethoven vs. Coldplay is a Stereo Hideout production, created and arranged by Steve Hackman.


NORM LEWIS, VOCALS


TICKETS & INFORMATION


SANDIEGOSYMPHONY.ORG | 619.235.0804 *The San Diego Symphony orchestra does not appear as part of this concert.


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