LEA SALONGA Joins Great Performances: Broadway Best LineUp
Multiple-award winning actress and singer, Lea Salonga will join PBS' Great Performances for their fourth annual "Broadway's Best" series slated for November. The world premiere of Lea Salonga in Concert will include signature songs from Salonga's illustrious repertoire, including Miss Saigon, Les Misérables, Aladdin, and Mulan. Gerard Salonga conducts the Sydney Symphony Orchestra at the Sydney Opera House. Lea Salonga in Concert is produced by Center for Asian American Media (CAAM), with Salonga and Josh Pultz serving as executive producers.
The "Broadway Best" programming will run on Fridays from November 6th to November 27th and begins with the 2011 taping of One Man, Two Guvnors featuring James Corden. The programming continues with Fiddler: A Miracle of Miracles (a documentary of the classic Broadway hit Fiddler on the Roof), Irving Berlin's Holiday Inn, and closes with Salonga's world premiere of Great Performances: Lea Salonga in Concert on November 27th.
- Broadway World
November 2020: A Piaceri Entertainment Releasing
A Classic Christmas Album
A Classic Christmas featuring Michael Barry and Friends, remixed and remastered, to be released on November 6, 2020.
12 tracks of Christmas favorites in classical arrangements for guitar, recorder, cello, violin and flute. Also a bonus track, Nat King Cole’s Christmas Song, performed by the Nat King Cole Generation Hope Summer Strings.
10% of proceeds to be donated to Nat King Cole Generation Hope to support its mission to provide music education to children with the greatest need and fewest resources.
WATCH: LEA SALONGA DEBUTS NEW SONG 'DREAM AGAIN' FOR COVID-19 FUNDRAIsING
Lea Salonga released a new song called “Dream Again” to help raise funds for COVID-19 relief efforts across the globe.
The Tony Award-winning singer-actress debuted the upbeat track and its music video exclusively on Hollywood Life last Friday, Aug. 21.
She explained that the tune was inspired by what people wish to do when the pandemic and the quarantine measures are gone.
“There was this idea that once all the physical distancing was done, that we may be able to focus on getting things back to normal and aspire and dream for those things to happen in our lives again after being holed up for so long,” Salonga was quoted as saying.
“The significance of ‘Dream Again’ would be that, while we’re stuck in quarantine or lockdown or whatever it may be, we still can actually aspire and look forward to and plan in the hopes that once all of this is done, we’ll be ready for you to make all those dreams come true,” she added.