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LV Philharmonic Brings Rodgers and Hammerstein to Life

AIR DATE: March 28, 2011

It's a night of Broadway showtunes when the Las Vegas Philharmonic performs hits by that favorite songwriting duo, Rodgers & Hammerstein.  The LV Phil will perform tunes from "The Sound of Music," "The King and I" and "South Pacific," among others.  Conductor David Itkin and soloist Derrick Davis (who plays Mufasa in "The Lion King") talk about their favorite songs and stretch their vocal cords for us, Broadway-style. 


David Itkin, conductor & music director, Las Vegas Philharmonic
Derrick Davis, singer, "The Lion King"
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