When Everything Was Possible – A Concert (with comments) is available now everywhere music is sold!
Kurt Peterson and Victoria Mallory, beloved performers during the sunset years of Broadway’s “Golden Age” (West Side Story, Follies, A Little Night Music, Sondheim: a Musical Tribute) reunited in an exciting and poignant evening at New York’s City Center on April 29, 2012. This live recording memorializes that special evening, Victoria’s last New York stage appearance.
The accompanying 32-page booklet contains many never-before-seen photographs from Broadway's Golden Era as well as production and party photos from the concert, a memorial to Victoria, and a note from Victoria’s husband, Mark.
Album Produced by James William Productions and Stephenie Skyllas
Recorded Live April 29, 2012 at New York City Center
For Sh-K-Boom/Ghostlight Records: Kurt Deutsch, Steve Norman and Greg Brunswick
Kurt Peterson and Victoria Mallory
Michael Rafter – Conductor & Piano
Seymour Red Press – Music Coordinator
Joyce Hammann, Justin Smith – Violins
Debra Shufeld-Dine – Viola
Laura Bontrager – Cello
Bill Ellison - Bass
Steve Kenyon, Aaron Heick, John Winder - Woodwinds
Don Downs, Glenn Drewes – Trumpets
Larry Farrell – Trombone
Koy Grossman – Drums
“Thank you for transporting me and the audience to a time when ‘everything was possible;’ a beautifully produced evening of song and memory.” – Angela Lansbury
“Magical. (Kurt Peterson and Victoria Mallory) represent the best of musical theatre. Beautiful voices, charm, shining intelligence … The show they’ve so adroitly put together is thoroughly entertaining, informative, poignant … performed with grace and generosity … Bravo. – Hal Prince
“No performer starting out in musical theater should miss it” – Backstage