Our Evening on Broadway!

On October 6th, Nathan and I sent the Krannert Center its 50th Birthday present: a concert celebrating everything about the University of Illinois that we have been so lucky to be a part of as students, faculty, and performers.

Alongside current students, alumni, faculty, emerging artists and seasoned professionals, we shared some Broadway heritage, from Street Scene and Carousel to Fun Home and Parade. We did this not just for the beautiful music, but to showcase some of the incredible talent of the new generation of young musicians.

This premiere project is available in varied forms to young artist programs all over the country. If you want to share in this celebration, we’d love to hear from you.

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LTI Opera


Sonic Illinois: The Rape of Lucretia

Music by Benjamin Britten
Libretto by Ronald Duncan, based on André Obey’s play Le Viol de Lucrèce
Julie Jordan Gunn, conductor
Kirsten Pullen, director

It’s a tale as old as time. In Benjamin Britten’s 1946 chamber opera set in ancient Rome, a woman is a pawn in a power struggle between men and pays the ultimate price. Department of Theatre Head Kirsten Pullen and Lyric Theatre Co-Director Julie Gunn lead a female production team to explore how sexual violence resonates across the centuries.

Sung in English
Contains adult content

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Wigmore Hall Presents: Nathan and Julie Gunn in Concert

The American baritone Nathan Gunn and pianist Julie Gunn propose a varied programme of poetic and musical voices from Carnegie Hall to Tin Pan Alley via Broadway.


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Classical Recitals

Nathan and Julie Gunn combine forces in an evening of art song alone, or mixed with folk and popular songs.

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Cabaret Evenings

Nathan and Julie in an evening of cabaret and conversation. Songs like “The Piano has been Drinking” (Waits) and “Time” (Thalken), “If ever I would leave you” (Lerner/Lowe) and “I love a piano” (Berlin)

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Poetry and chamber music

Nathan, Julie and the Jupiter String Quartet in an homage to their favorite American and British poets.

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Julie Jordan Gunn



Can’t wait for tomorrow—inspiring colleagues and inspiring music https://t.co/3clkaX4G7q

Julie Jordan Gunn



RT @nathangunn1970: Another installment of “Meet the Performers,” featuring Laura Schachner, Kevin Lucas, Loucine Topouzian, and Xiaoyi Zha…

Julie Jordan Gunn



We’re on for tonight’s recital at @vanderbilt #snowday can’t wait!