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Voices from Broadway

Friday 28 Of June 2024 - 17:00, Teatro Cucinelli

Elizabeth Stanley voice
Eric Davis guitar
Ryan Fielding Garrett piano



R. RODGERS (1902-1979) Oklahoma! – Oh,What a Beautiful Morning

J. KERN (1885-1945) Very Warm For May – All the Things You Are

G. GERSHWIN (1898-1937) Girl Crazy – I Got Rhythm

L. BERNSTEIN (1918-1990) West Side Story – Tonight

J. BROWN (1970-) The Bridges of Madison County – It All Fades Away

R. RODGERS (1902-1979) Pal Joey – Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered

H. ARLEN (1905-1986) The Wizard Of Oz – Somewhere Over the Rainbow

A. MORISSETTE (1974-) Jagged Little Pill – One Hand In My Pocket

A. GUETTEL (1964-) Mythms and Hymns – Migratory V

J. STYNE (1905-1994) Funny Girl – Don’t Rain On My Parade

S. SONDHEIM (1930-2021) A Little Night Music – Send In The Clowns



Elizabeth Stanley


Elizabeth Stanley is an actor, singer and musician who has received several awards and is probably best known for her work on Broadway, where she recently performed in the Alanis Morissette musical Jagged Little Pill, earning her nominations for several awards, including the Tony Award, Drama Desk Award, the Outer Critics Circle Award and the Grammy Award. Elizabeth has been thrilling theatre audiences in New York since her Broadway début, as April in a revival of the musical Company, directed by John Doyle, with music by Stephen Sondheim. She has since played numerous comical, dramatic, classic and contemporary parts, including Claire De Loone in the Broadway revival of On the Town (nominated for Drama Desk Award), Dyanne in Million Dollar Quartet, Allison in Cry-Baby and Gussie in Merrily We Roll Along (Encores) directed by James Lapine with music by Sondheim. She won the “Best Theatre of 2023” award of the New York Times in her performance as Vera in Pal Joey, in the City Center Production. Other important performances include her front-line part, together with Vanessa Williams and Santino Fontana, in Anyone Can Whistle by Sondheim in the Carnegie Hall concert with the Master Voices choir, the Nurse in Hello, Again (Transport Group, Drama League Award) and her participation in F**king A (Signature Theatre). She has also performed in the first national tours of The Bridges of Madison Country and Xanadu. She has participated in numerous television programs, including Kindred, Gossip Girl, The Equalizer, New Amsterdam, Younger, Blue Bloods, N0S482, FBI, The Get Down, The Affair, Black Box, Made in Jersey, Fringe and Company (PBS Great Performances). She has performed in numerous symphonies under the direction of maestri including Keith Lockhart, Paul Gemignani, Ben Whitely, Rob Fisher and Ted Sperling. She graduated from the Jacobs School of Music of Indiana University.



Eric Davis


Heralded as “one of the best guitarists of his generation” following his classical début in Europe, Eric B. Davis is a versatile musician from New York who is active in different musical genres, from classical to commercial. His most recent projects include The Gardens of Anuncia at the Lincoln Center, New York, New York and his role as lead guitarist in Jagged Little Pill. Eric has performed in over 20 Broadway shows, including Next to Normal, Pulitzer prize winner, Matilda the Musical and the 2011 revival of Anything Goes. For over a decade as a guitarist he participated in the tours of Kristin Chenoweth in numerous locations and cities, including The Hollywood Bowl with the Los Angeles Philharmonic, Carnegie Hall and The Metropolitan Opera House. He participated in the feature television program “The Wonderful World of Disney: Magical Holiday Celebration”, broadcast on ABC and Disney+. Additional performances include the concerts with the New York Philharmonic, St. Luke’s Orchestra, the Tony Awards and TV appearances in various programs, including The View, The Today Show, Good Morning America, Steven Colbert, Morning Joe and David Letterman. He participated in the recording of the album Jagged Little Pill, which won a Grammy, in addition to numerous other Grammy nominated studio recordings, including Next to Normal and Some Lovers by Burt Bacharach and Steven Sater, as well as other recordings. Eric’s guitar style can be appreciated on the Shutterstock platform, and includes motifs, sound tracks and various recordings. He has published original compositions for Carl Fischer, Wingert-Jones, Tempo Press, Kendor and Grand Mesa Publications. Eric was Distinguished Scholar of Guitar and Music Industry at the Fred and Dinah Gretsch School of Music, Georgia Southern University. Since 2016 he has been associate professor at the Aaron Copland School of Music at Queens College, CUNY, where he has developed programs and taught guitar technique and the pedagogy of modern music groups.


Ryan Fielding Garrett


Ryan Fielding Garrett has worked around the world as a composer, orchestra conductor, arranger and orchestrator. Recently he was the orchestrator for Renée Fleming, the San Francisco Symphony, and the musicals Darling and A Night Like This. He has composed tracks for numerous films and TV series, symphonic orchestras, as well as for cruises and theme parks. More recently his choral composition entitled “Snow” was performed for the first time by the San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus. He also composed Return to the City Overture, performed for the fist time by the San Antonio Symphony orchestra. He has conducted orchestras in Broadway productions of Kinky Boots, Back to the Future, Mean Girls as well as the New York productions of Jasper in Deadland and The Man in the Ceiling; he has also performed on the piano in Hamilton, Wicked, Mary Poppins, Finding Neverland, Sweeney Todd (NY Philharmonic) and Matilda. He has also conducted orchestras in musicals including Becoming Nancy (Alliance Theatre), The Three Little Pigs (NAMT), Kinky Boots (Muny), Next to Normal (Weston Playhouse), Little Miss Scrooge (Rubicon Theatre), Passing Strange, Chess (Playhouse Square) and Two Gentlemen of Verona (Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival).