Lou Kosma, Conductor

August 12, 2018, Sunday, 4:00 pm
Open for picnicking at 3:00 pm
Moose Meadow Lodge, Duxbury

Bring your picnic and your loved ones. Parking at Moose Meadow Lodge is limited, so carpooling is highly recommended.

Rain location:Thatcher Brook Primary School, 47 Stowe Street, Waterbury

Tickets available at the gate or online.

$20 / $15 Seniors / $5 Students

MARC G. DALIO is a native of Sparta, New Jersey, a Cum Laude Graduate of Rowan University with degrees in Vocal Performance and Music Education, and a graduate of Boston University with his Masters in Music Education.  He is currently the Coordinator of Musical Theatre Studies and a Professor of Voice at New Jersey City University.

Some of Marc’s stage credits include: Gaston and Beast, in the Broadway National Tour of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast (Best of Denver Award Winner, National Broadway Theatre Award Nominee, Metrolina Theatre Award Winner) as well as the Gaston in the German Premiere of the same, the Broadway National Tour of Les Miserables, Songs for a New World, as well as regional leading roles in Children of Eden, Romance Romance, South Pacific, I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change, Aida, And the World Goes Round, Miss Saigon, the American Premiere of Metropolis, West Side Story (Metrolina Theatre Award Winner), Disney’s Beauty and the Beast (Metrolina Theatre Award Winner) Pippin, Noises Off, and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. Currently, Marc can be seen as “The Piano Man,” with NYSOM (New York State of Mind – The Music of Billy Joel) a live touring tribute show highlighting the music of Billy Joel.  

Marc’s voice can be heard on the Original German Cast Recording of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast as Gaston, Imagination Productions Godspellas Judas, as well as Send Me an Angel by DJ Cosmos/Mythos, Angel Falls by Ayla, and Always Runningby the Euphonics. Marc co-produced, arranged for and performed on A Wish for Christmas, a CD benefiting the Make a Wish Foundation. On Television, Marc has been seen on ABC’s Daytime Soap All My Children as well as numerous commercials. He has directed, musically directed and conducted such shows as In The Heights, Sister Act, Les Miserables, Avenue Q, Side Show, The 25thAnnual Putnam County Spelling Bee, Smokey Joes Café, Pippin, Little Women, Children of Eden, Cabaret, Into the Woods, City of Angels, Godspell, Once on this Island, Urinetown, Hairspray, Songs for a New World, The Last Five Years, Song and Dance, Barnum, Little Shop of Horrors, Nunsense, You’re A Good man Charlie Brown, South Pacific and Guys and Dolls.

A passionate actor, musician, director and educator, Marc runs his private vocal and dramatic studio in NYC and NJ and students from his studio appear on Broadway, throughout the US, Europe and Asia.

www.marcgdalio.com   www.nysomband.com


Washington Post March – John Philip Sousa

Summertime – George Gershwin

Selections from Carmen – Georges Bizet

  • Prelude 
  • Aragonaise
  • March of the Toreadors

She Loves Me from She Loves Me– Sheldon Harnick and Jerry Boch

Marc Dalio, vocal

Duke Ellington Medley – Edward “Duke” Ellington

Horn Concerto No. 3, K.447 in Eb – Wolfgang Mozart

Thomas Bergeron, horn


Anthem from Chess– Tim Rice and Bjorn Ulvaeus and Benny Andersson

Marc Dalio, vocal

Ashokan Farewell  - Jay Unger

Ballet Parisien - Jacques Offenbach/Isaac

Me from Beauty and the Beast– Tim Rice and Alan Menken

Marc Dalio, vocal


Traffic Lights – Grace Carlomagno


Impossible Dream from Man of La Mancha - Mitch Leigh

Marc Dalio, vocal


Selections from “King and I”- Richard Rodgers