Sensational Soloists / Dynamic Duo
Steve Amerson and Laurie Gayle Stephenson
Bringing a wealth of performing experience from the Broadway stage and from the studios of Los Angeles and New York City, Laurie Gayle Stephenson and Steve Amerson deliver an evening, which is guaranteed to please. With a repertoire including Broadway show tunes, memorable songs from feature films and entertaining and inspiring sacred and Christmas classics, this dynamic duo have created concert presentations, which are embraced by audiences around the country.
Rarely are a soprano and tenor of such quality brought together for such inspiring and enjoyable evenings of music.
Laurie Gayle and Steve own their own orchestrations. Their concerts can be done with full orchestral accompaniment or with their pianist. Their concerts are "turn-key," with no rental costs and optional use of chorus.
Steve Amerson is a tenor with a vocal flexibility that allows him to feel at home performing popular/contemporary music, Broadway show tunes and classical literature. His voice has been heard on the scores of over 150 feature films and countless television shows and commercials. Based in Los Angeles, he has made numerous appearances at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion and the Hollywood Bowl and has been a featured soloist with the Los Angeles Philharmonic under the direction of Michael Tilson Thomas and with orchestras across the United States and abroad. He made his debut at Carnegie Hall in 2006 singing in the world premiere of Missa Americana.
Steve was one of three tenors chosen to record demonstration tapes used by Luciano Pavarotti, Placido Domingo and Jose Carreras in preparation for “The 3 Tenors” performances including their 1994 Dodger Stadium concert, 1998 Paris concert and 2002 Yokohama, Japan concert.
Laurie Gayle Stephenson has enjoyed a successful career both on Broadway and in the concert world. She performed the role of Christine Daae in Phantom Of The Opera on Broadway and was in the Original cast of The Music of Andrew Lloyd Weber traveling the country singing opposite Michael Crawford. Her extensive credits also include being a part of the original cast of The Secret Garden on Broadway and the national tour of Camelot with Richard Harris. In concert settings she continues to perform with major orchestras across the country.