Liz’s first ever Holiday CD will be released on November 26th for pre-order at www.liztunes.com and www.itunes.com This five-song recording features a duet with sister Ann Hampton Callaway and a special a cappella number arranged by and sung with son, Nicholas.
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Liz will be traveling to Atlanta, Georgia to join the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra for 4 Holiday Concerts December 19-21, 2013.
Liz will make her London solo debut in January. She will be appearing at The Crazy Coqs from January 28-February 1.
Liz and sister Ann Hampton Callaway bring their critically acclaimed show Boom! to Catalina Jazz Club:
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Liz Callaway in Concert
At long last, Liz’s first 3 solo albums are now available for download. ANYWHERE I WANDER, THE BEAT GOES ON, and THE STORY GOES ON (which now includes 9 bonus tracks!) are available at Liztunes.com or iTunes. Now your collections can be complete!
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Liz will be joining composer Stephen Schwartz and the Gay Men’s Chorus of Los Angeles for “Not Entirely Wicked” on Saturday, June 22 and Sunday, June 23, 2013 at the Saban Theatre. The concert will feature the stage and screen music of Stephen Schwartz.
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Liz will be returning to Paris in a program called “Americans in Paris” with the Orchestre Pasdeloup on June 15, 2013. Conducted by David Charles Abell at the glorious Theatre du Chatelet, the concert will feature music from American musicals and movies.
Liz will be unveiling her new show “Comin’ Around Again” at 54 Below, New York City’s fabulous new Broadway nightclub.
Liz will be appearing as an Artist-in-Residence at the New Zealand Singing School from January 4-14. She will then be island hopping to Melbourne and Sydney, Australia for concerts, and of course a visit to the Australian Tennis Open!
Liz recently recorded 7 songs for the soon to be released Jazzical Meets Menken CD, a musical tribute to 9-time Grammy and multiple Oscar-winning composer Alan Menken. The CD features performances by Liz, Amanda McBroom (writer of “The Rose”), and the Gay Men’s Chorus of Los Angeles. The 31-piece Jazzical Symphony Orchestra will be moving and grooving to one-of-a-kind settings by Jazzical creator Joel A. Martin
Liz Callaway and Friends sing Flaherty, Schwartz, and Sondheim. On July 30th, Liz returns to New York’s Town Hall with a concert featuring the music of three of her favorite composers, who all happen to share the same first name. She will be joined onstage by three of Broadway’s finest “divos,” Jason Danieley, Joshua Henry, and Norm Lewis, and perhaps a surprise guest or two!
PS Classics has released Boom! Live at Birdland, featuring Liz and her sister Ann singing the soundtrack of their childhood- music form the 60’s and 70’s. This critically acclaimed show now touring the country features music by Carole King, The Beatles, Stevie Wonder, and many more. The New York Times raved, “the sisters lift these songs to expressive heights rarely attained by any singer”. The recording debuted at #19 on the Billboard Jazz Chart.
Liz will be starring as Norma Desmond this summer at Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera. For one week only, July 24-29, the Tony-Award winning musical will play the Benedum Theatre. Sunset Boulevard weaves a magnificent tale of faded glory and unfulfilled ambition. Having been discarded by tinsel town with the advent of “talkies,” silent movie star Norma Desmond longs for a return to the big screen. By the time she meets struggling Hollywood screenwriter Joe Gillis, the glitz and glamour of her Hollywood life has faded in all but her mind. Andrew Lloyd Webber’s sweeping score includes “With One Look” and “As If We Never Said Goodbye.”
On April 30th, Liz joins a star-studded cast at Carnegie Hall to celebrate the 29th Birthday of the New York Pops. The evening honors the award-winning team of Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty. Liz will be performing the Oscar-nominated “Journey to the Past” written for the film Anastasia.
Liz recorded the role of Mother on the new recording of “A Christmas Story” written by Benj. Pasek and Justin Paul. A review of the album is available by clicking below.
Liz and her sister Ann Hampton Callaway have recorded Scott Alan’s song “Home” for his new CD, “Live”. The CD is being released on June 26.