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Bernstein Reimagined with Broadway’s Seth Rudetsky

A Bernstein tribute with a twist — featuring jazz, bluegrass, and more West Side Story fun

By Jewish Arts Collaborative

Published Nov 15, 2022


In May 2019, we hosted a Bernstein Reimagined concert — and it was an evening of unexpected pairings of Bernstein music and superb, creative musicians. Imagine a bluegrass version of Officer Krupke, or a tap dance to the Brass Quintet.

Hosted by Broadway musical director and radio host, Seth Rudetsky, and singer Andréa Burns (In the Heights, On Your Feed, Next to Normal, Beauty and the Beast), this show was a creative review featuring jazz, classical, bluegrass, spoken word and more — unlike any other Bernstein tribute you’ve ever seen. Take a listen to some highlights below including features from West Side Story, Peter Pan, Wonderful Town, & More.


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Listen to some other versions of songs performed in the Bernstein Reimagined concert. Do you have a favorite?

"Gee Officer Krupke":

Version 1 (Original Broadway Cast Recording), Version 2 (Salt N Pepa, Def Jef, etc), Version 3 (2021 Film Cast)

"Who Am I":

Version 1 (Original Broadway Cast Recording), Version 2 (Jason Hardy), Version 3 (Evelyn Lear)

"One Hundred Easy Ways"

Version 1 (Original Cast Recording), Version 2 (2002 Broadway Revival), Version 3 (Kristin Chenoweth)

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