Legendary Broadway Composer Frank Wildhorn, Friends and World-Class Musicians Will Stage
Fundraising Concert for Make-A-Wish® Hudson Valley at Historic Tarrytown Music Hall, April 7
Tarrytown, NY (March 2017) -
Returning for a second year in a row, legendary Broadway composer and songwriter Frank Wildhorn will headline one of the year’s much anticipated concerts to benefit Make-A-Wish® Hudson Valley at 8 PM, Friday, April 7 at the historic Tarrytown Music Hall, 13 Main Street, Tarrytown, NY.
Known for both his musicals and popular songs including the number one international hit song, “Where Do Broken Hearts Go”—made famous by Whitney Houston – and the song “Gold”, heard at the opening ceremonies of the 2002 Olympic Winter Games in Salt Lake City, Utah, Wildhorn was the first composer to have three Broadway musicals running on Broadway simultaneously: Jekyll and Hyde, The Scarlet Pimpernel and The Civil War.
Joining the growing list of powerhouse performers—headlined by legendary Broadway composer/songwriter Wildhorn—and Constantine Maroulis (American Idol, Rock of Ages, Jekyll and Hyde) and Carrie Manolakos (Mama Mia, Wicked) will also be:
Carly Rose Sonenclar (Played the little girl in Frank's Wonderland on Broadway, then went on to become the runner-up on The X-Factor in 2012).
Sasha Allen (Performed in Hair and the lead in national tour of Pippin and was a finalist in The Voice in 2013).
Kevin Kern (Performed frequently with Wildhorn on the road and recently finished tour of Finding Neverland in which he played the lead role)
Maddie Baillio (Played the lead role of Tracy Turnblad in NBC's live Hairspray broadcast last fall. Just a year ago, the up-and-coming star performed as a member of the chorus of college students in Wildhorn’s first benefit concert for Make-A-Wish® Hudson Valley).
Nina Howland (Featured in the recent Broadway Kids Against Bullying: I Have A Voice music video and is scheduled to sing a song with Carrie Manolakos at the April 7 concert.