- Bernadette Peters In Concert
Bernadette Peters In Concert
With The Des Moines Symphony
RESCHEDULED: NEW PERFORMANCE DATE IS THURSDAY, SEPT. 8, 2022
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Throughout her illustrious career, BERNADETTE PETERS has dazzled audiences and critics with her performances on stage, film and television, in concert, and on recordings.
One of Broadway’s most critically acclaimed performers, Bernadette recently starred as Dolly Gallagher Levi in the hit musical, Hello, Dolly! Other recent theater credits include City Center’s Encores! Production, A Bed and a Chair: A New York Love Affair featuring the music of Stephen Sondheim and orchestrations by Wynton Marsalis and on Broadway, Stephen Sondheim’s A Little Night Music and Follies.
She also enjoys a career which boasts an impressive list of television credits, including Amazon Prime’s highly popular “Mozart in the Jungle,” which won the 2016 Golden Globe for Best TV Comedy or Musical series. She also appears in the CBS All-Access series, “The Good Fight,” a spin-off of the network’s popular series, “The Good Wife.”
Bernadette has received numerous accolades including three Tony Awards, a Golden Globe, three Emmy and four Grammy Award nominations (as well as performing on four Grammy Award-winning albums), and a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Bernadette has recorded six solo albums, including the Grammy-nominated, I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight, Sondheim, Etc.: Bernadette Peters Live at Carnegie Hall, and Bernadette Peters Loves Rodgers & Hammerstein, in addition to numerous original Broadway cast recordings.
DMPA HEALTH POLICIES
Audience members will NOT need to present proof of vaccination or a negative test for entry. Additionally, masks are recommended but not required for this performance. These current policies are subject to change at any time.
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