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Citi Music Series takes place from May to September. Find schedules, lineups, and videos of the performances!
Cinderella and Rapunzel’s princes from “Into the Woods” perform their song “Agony” live on the TODAY plaza as part of the Citi Concert Series.
Stephanie Block and Sebastian Arcelus, a real-life married couple who play the roles of the baker and baker’s wife in “Into the Woods” talk about the Sondheim revival. Watch the ensemble perform the opening number of “Into the Woods” live on the TODAY plaza as part of the Citi Concert Series.
Modern English talks about their most-recent world tour, as well as getting ready to record their new album. The band also performs “I Melt With You” as part of the Citi Music Series.
Andrew Lloyd Webber and Linedy Genao perform the title song of the new Broadway show “Bad Cinderella” live on TODAY.