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Joyce contributes to highly anticipated new recording: Rogers & Hammerstein at the Movies

John Wilson & The John Wilson Orchestra present their upcoming album Rogers & Hammerstein At The movies, available from October 23.

The album showcases stunning new recordings of the ground-breaking film scores of Rogers & Hammerstein. Featuring performances from soloists Sierra Boggess, Anna-Jane Casey, Joyce DiDonato, Maria Ewing, Julian Ovenden, David Pittsinger and the Maida Vale Singers.

Joyce sings the iconic “You’ll Never Walk Alone”, as well as “Climb Every Mountain”, and “June is Bustin’ Out All Over”.

3 Comments

  1. Pam Frame said…

    Joyce, I cannot wait to hear the rest of this album! I have always loved R & H and as a kid had memorized so many of their songs (couldn’t sing worth a darn, but loved them anyway. The cuts from your “You’ll Never Walk Alone” gave me goosebumps! Much love.

  2. Barry Bassis said…

    Dear Ms. DiDonato:
    Please correct the spelling of Rodgers’ name. I cover music for Epoch Times and the New York Resident. Andrew Ousley at EMI sent me your Drama Queens CD and I will write about it and publicize your upcoming concert at Carnegie Hall. Can you please let me know the press contact for the Rodgers & Hammerstein CD as well, so I can include it too. Thank you.

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