“One of the most extraordinary musical events ever recorded”

“Twenty years after the Musical Tribute, which first brought together many of the stars who had appeared in a Stephen Sondheim show, Sondheim: A Celebration at Carnegie Hall became another resounding tribute to the composer’s genius, with an impressive array of name performers contributing their talent for an evening that remains unique in the annals of the musical theatre. When all is said and done, the night of June 10, 1992, at Carnegie Hall is one of the most extraordinary musical events ever recorded.

Just what the name says: a celebration of Stephen Sondheim's music at Carnegie Hall, featuring an outstanding company of accomplished musical performers as Madeline. Madeline performs the VERY challenging ‘Getting Married Today’ from Company and pulls it off without a hitch. Absolutely wonderful... and the rest of the show lives up to this standard of excellence as well, including Bernadette Peters' moving rendition of ‘Not a Day Goes By,’ Patti LuPone's ‘Being Alive,’ and Betty Buckley's ‘Children Will Listen’ backed by the Harlem Boys Choir.”