Our faculty have come up with another playlist of great Broadway classics to brighten the mood at home. 

  1. Home from Beauty and the Beast – “Belle is basically stuck in prison, in what is her new home, learning to be happy where she is.” – Valerie Osborn Milardo, Voice/Piano Instructor 
  2. No One is Alone from Into the Woods – “This is such a beautiful song that sends the message to children that no one is ever alone, especially when times look tough” – Allie Meek-Carufel, Educational Programs Director & Music Theatre Instructor 
  3. To Life from Fiddler on the Roof – “It makes me get up and dance and celebrate other people’s successes and joys” Alexandra Dietrich, Opera Project Director & Music Instructor
  4. I’m Not Afraid of Anything from Songs for a New World – Katie Barr, Piano Instructor 
  5. Times Are Hard for Dreamers from Amelie, the Musical – “Amelie sees beauty in everything, and I love the line ‘look out my window there’s a view, of other windows. My own museum full of paintings I look through.’ Just use your imagination to create something better than what we have” – Valerie Osborn Milardo, Voice/Piano Instructor 
  6. Franklin Shepherd Inc from Merrily We Roll Along – “One of the great epic music theatre “breakdown” songs from a little known and underappreciated show” – Heather Gallagher, Voice/Piano/Ukulele Instructor 
  7. Seize the Day from Newsie’s the Musical – “It’s a great dance song that’s upbeat and send the message fight for what you believe in and band together as a community” – Allie Meek-Carufel, Educational Programs Director 
  8. Music of the Night from Phantom of the Opera – “It’s a beautifully written piece that invites us to “get lost in music”, something I find to be a nice distraction with everything that’s going on!” – Dan Raney, Guitar/Ukulele/Piano/Drums Instructor  
  9. She Loves Me from She Loves Me (2016 Revival) – Josaphat Contreras, Program Coordinator & BLA Choir/Acapella Director 
  10. On My Own from Les Miserables (10th Anniversary Recording) – “It includes the valuable message to keep pushing forward, even when you feel alone” – Alexandra Dietrich, Opera Project Artistic Director & Music Instructor
  11. In My Own Little Corner from Cinderella – “Cinderella uses her imagination to pretend she’s from far away lands while staying home and practicing social distancing! – Sarah Rogers, Music Theatre Instructor 
  12. Electricity from Billy Elliot the Musical – “It’s such an inspiring song about a young boy singing about how dancing makes him feel free” – Allie Meek-Carufel, Educational Programs Director & Music Theatre Instructor 
  13. You’ll Never Walk Alone from Carousel – Mary-Alexandra Onstad, Administrative Coordinator & Registrar and Voice/Piano Instructor 
  14. Mama Will Provide from Once on the Island (Revival Cast) – “Because this song is a jam!” – Alexandra Dietrich, NEMPAC Opera Project Director & Music Instructor 
  15. One Day More from Les Miserables (10th Anniversary) – “Get your whole family together and sing it out!” – Allie Meek-Carufel, Educational Programs Director & Music Theatre Instructor.
  16. And finally… You Can’t Stop the Beat from Hairspray – “This is one of my all-time favorite bops!  It’s a great reminder that no matter how long we are social distancing, we can all keep the music alive.  Not only that – this is a FANTASTIC song for a family dance party!” – Jaime Castellanos, Voice/Piano Instructor

We hope to lift your spirits with our playlist all day long on Spotify and Apple Music!