New Philharmonic Presents:

Show Boat & Show Tunes

Belushi Performance Hall | $55

Saturday, Sept. 29, 3 & 7:30p | Sunday, Sept. 30, 3p

Show Details

Kirk Muspratt, Music Director and Conductor

Brooklyn Snow, soprano
Kate Tombaugh, mezzo
Matthew Greenblatt, tenor
Bill McMurray, bass
Northwest Indiana Symphony Chorus
under the direction of Dr. Nancy Menk

Before they were a team, Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein each had successful writing partnerships. Hammerstein and composer Jerome Kern created numerous productions, including Show BoatMeanwhile, Rodgers and Lorenz Hart collaborated on over 30 productions and classic songs – “My Funny Valentine,” “This Can’t Be Love,” and “Little Boy Blue.” Join us as we celebrate these prolific artists as New Philharmonic is joined by four guest vocalists and an 80-voice chorus to perform selections of hits including “Ol’ Man River,” “Make Believe,” “Can’t Help Lovin’ Dat Man.”

Click here to view the program for the performance:


Watch below for an exclusive clip of “My Romance” from New Philharmonic’s Lakeside Performance. “My Romance” will be featured in the production of Show Boat & Show Tunes:

Immediately following the performance Maestro Muspratt, as well as members of the orchestra, cordially invite you to participate in Cookies with Kirk in our lobby, sponsored by Brookdale Glen Ellyn.

New Philharmonic is pleased to announce that the JCS Fund of the DuPage Foundation has pledged a maximum of $30,000 in matching funds for every dollar New Philharmonic raises from July 2018 to June 2019!


“We are so grateful to the JCS Fund of the DuPage Foundation for their generosity and enthusiasm to continue to support classical music. Ticket sales only cover 60% of the large cost to support a symphony. The vision and support of the JCS Fund, not only sustains the orchestra, but it also helps bring the gift of live music to the entire community.”
– MAC Director, Diana Martinez

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