Revel in the sounds of the season with a festive concert of traditional favorites and new holiday hits featuring a favorite Broadway leading lady, Ashley Brown.
Steven Reineke and Ashley Brown
Steven Reineke, Music Director and Conductor
John Tartaglia, Narrator
New York Theatre Ballet
Diana Byer, Artistic Director
Liza Gennaro, Director and Choreographer
Carmina de Dios, Costume Designer
Mitchell Kilby, Charlie Brown
Seth Ives, Linus
Amanda Treiber, Lucy
Elena Zahlmann, Snoopy
Izzy Hanson-Johnston, Sally
Benjamin Levine, Schroeder
Daise Buhr, Sad Tree
Trees & Children:
Giulia Faria, Jennifer Levine, Coco Monroe, Sophia Orlando, Victor Rosario, Lily Rudd
TADA! Youth Theater
Janine Nina Trevens, Executive and Artistic Director
Thomas Vaethroeder, Charlie Brown
Derek Johnson, Linus
Kaitlyn Pohly, Lucy
Essential Voices USA
Judith Clurman, Music Director and Conductor
Holiday cheer fills Carnegie Hall when Steven Reineke conducts The New York Pops in a concert version of the iconic TV special. Traditional favorites, a sing-along, and special surprises will make your family very merry.
Immediately following A Charlie Brown Christmas, bring your family for a holiday celebration in the Rohatyn Room that includes food, crafts, cookie decorating, and other Peanuts-themed activities for children.
Concert and After Party ticket packages range from $75 - $1,000 (a portion of which is tax-deductible). Proceeds support Carnegie Hall's Weill Music Institute, as well as The New York Pops music education programs throughout New York City.
For more information or to order Family Party tickets, contact Stacy Bauerlein at email@example.com or 212-765-7677.
Courtesy of Peanuts Worldwide, LLC.
"Broadway's Golden Couple" celebrate a life in the theatre with an evening of musical favorites and unforgettable standards, including songs by Arlen, Flaherty, Kander, Porter, Sondheim, and more.
Marin Mazzie and Jason Danieley
Travel through Hollywood history with the music that transforms film's iconic scenes into unforgettable moments of passion, fear, love, and hope for generations.
photo by Richard Termine