NYU Steinhardt Music and Performing Arts Professions
Abigail Hart Goldman
Noah Turner, Piano
In partial fulfillment of requirements for the degree of Master of Music
Saturday, May 15, 2023 at 3pm
133 MacDougal Street
New York, NY
Moments in the Woods (Into the Woods)
I Remember (Evening Primrose)
Green Finch and Linnet Bird (Sweeney Todd)
Marry Me a Little (Company)
Lecture: Golden Age Ingenues: How Far We've Come
Many a New Day (Oklahoma!) Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II
What's the Use of Wond'rin'? (Carousel)
Flowers (Hadestown) Anaïs Mitchell No One Else (Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812) Dave Malloy
10 Minute Pause
Rose (Dogfight) Benj Pasek and Justin Paul
Nothing Short of Wonderful
First Date / Last Night
Before It's Over
Eddie Birdlace: Richie Cardile
Simple Joys of Maidenhood (Camelot) Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe
Will He Like Me? (She Loves Me) Jerry Bock and Sheldon Harnick
When Did I Fall in Love? (Fiorello!)
Nothing More to Say (Holiday Inn) Irving Berlin
The Man I Love George and Ira Gershwin
Abigail Hart Goldman is a second year master’s candidate in the Vocal Performance Program, studying musical theatre in the studio of Harolyn Blackwell. NYU credits include Pippin (Ensemble) and Dr. Glas: A Musical Play (Mrs. Gustaffson). Abigail has also performed in the NYU Chorale and as a soloist with the NYU Broadway Orchestra. She received her Bachelor of Arts from Vassar College where she appeared in productions such as Buried Child (Shelly), A Little Night Music (Anne), Spring Awakening (Martha), and Heroes of the Fourth Turning (Teresa). abigailhartgoldman.com
Noah Turner is a New York-based pianist, music director, and arranger. Recently he has worked as Associate Music Director on the International Tour of The Sound of Music in Manila, the Music Assistant on Joy the Musical (with Music Supervisor Andy Einhorn), and Music Director/Conductor of the Jersey Boys 2nd National Tour. He has served as an Associate/Assistant Music Director on NYU Steinhardt productions alongside Joshua Rosenblum, Ana Flavia Zuim, and Ted Sperling. He also Music Directed West 4th Stage Company’s production of Darling, a contemporary musical by Ryan Scott Oliver. Noah received his Master’s degree in Collaborative Piano from NYU Steinhardt, where he studied with Stan Tucker, and has a Bachelor’s degree in Composition from SUNY Fredonia. www.noahturnermusic.com
Richie Cardile is a second-year graduate student in the Vocal Performance program, studying Musical Theatre in the studio of Justin John Moniz. Recent credits include: Pippin (Pippin), Applause (Ensemble), and In Pieces (Austyn) at NYU Steinhardt, as well as Hair (Berger) at Hawaii Performing Arts Festival. Richie has also performed as a vocalist at 54 Below and with the NYU Pop/Rock Ensemble and Broadway Orchestra. Thanks to Abby for having him on her recital and for her shared love of SpongeBob, Paddington, and Lyle Lyle the Crocodile. richiecardile.com
I would like to thank everyone for supporting me on this special day, whether you are here in person or watching at home. Being able to share my love of singing with all of you is such a gift.
These past two years at NYU have been full of joy, friendship, and discovery. I extend my sincerest gratitude to my incredible recital team; It is truly an honor to work with all of you. To my voice teacher, Harolyn Blackwell: I have learned so much about singing and about myself from you. Thank you for sharing your kindness and knowledge these past two years. Thank you to Elena Shaddow for your incredible talent and generosity. It is hard to believe I've only been working with you for one semester, as I feel I have learned so much from you. To my pianist, Noah Turner: thank you for your wonderful talent and collaboration. It has been lovely working with you. Thank you to Richie Cardile for lending your phenomenal voice to First Date / Last Night. I love singing with you and being your friend.
Thank you so much to Dr. Ana Flavia Zuim, Barrie Gelles, Alexander Gemignani, Marcia Lesser, Stan Tucker, David Alpert, Jen Bender, Lee Summers, and all of my brilliant teachers at NYU. I have learned so much about myself these past two years and it is thanks to all of your experience and knowledge.
To my wonderful friends and classmates at NYU: It has been such a joy getting to know and work with all of you. It is a privilege watching you all perform, and I thank you for all of your support.
Finally, to my family: thank you so very much for being here today. It is always an honor to perform for you, and I am always floored by your support. Roo, thank you for being my stylist/best friend and for always taking care of me. Thank you to my parents for always being in the audience and, perhaps most importantly, for making me audition for the high school musical when I didn't make the tennis team.
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