BALTIMORE (WMAR) - Don't let the weather rain on your parade ! Barbra Streisand would not approve.
The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra (BSO) is getting their instruments ready to dive into Streisand's songbook .
The show is running all weekend long and stars singer Ann Hampton Callaway .
Callaway is a Tony-nominated actress and has written songs for Streisand over the years. Some of those songs include I’ve Dreamed of You , At the Same Time, and Christmas Lullaby.
People who attend this weekend's show can expect Callaway to put a unique jazz/pop twist on Streisand's songs. She will tell stories throughout the performance about how the music legend became her mentor.
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The show will be conducted by Jack Everly. Everly is known for conducting the songs for Disney’s animated classic The Hunchback of Notre Dame .
Tickets are still available for the show and range from $29 to $94.
Contact the BSO ticket office at 410-783-8000 or visit their website for more information.
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