Brent Barrett has entertained millions of fans around the world from the stages of Broadway, the West End, and concert halls, to recording studios, film and television.

 

This world class artist takes you on a enchanting, entertaining, seductive and moving journey in song.   He reprises some of the songs he performed on Broadway and West End stages as well as some of his favorites musical gems he discovered on his journey working with world renowned composers and lyricists.  And, of course, each and every song is informed by his vast experience and golden voice.

 

Song Selections include: You and the Night and the Music (Dietz and Schwartz), They Call the Wind Maria (Lerner and Lowe), Even Now (Manilow), Kiss Me Kate Medley (Porter), What Kind of Fool  Am I? (Newley), Some Enchanted Evening (Rodgers and Hammestein), The Skin of Our Teeth (Kander and Ebb) to name a few.

 

There is plenty of special material written for  Mr. Barrett's unique talents and experience, and the orchestrations have been carefully crafted by some of the best artists in the industry.

 

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  • -Ben Brantley, The New York  Times

    "Brent Barrett is a handsome, gleaming-toothed baritone in the tradition of  Alfred Drake and Howard Keel. …  Mr. Barrett is in excellent voice, with a virile poise that  recalls an earlier era of leading men."

  • -James Inverne, The Metro (London)

    "Brent Barrett might just be the charismatic male star that musical theatre has been waiting for."

  • -Ben Brantley, The New York Times

    "Brent Barrett invests the role with
    matinee-idol presence and  a glorious tenor."

  • -John Kenrick, Millburn

    "Brent Barrett is one of the finest leading men in musical theatre today - his glorious voice gives each song added beauty and power."

  • -Robert Machray, Blog Critics Magazine

    "Brent  Barrett  is one of the best actor/singers around.  His voice is magnificent, his acting layered and textured."

  • -Rebecca Paller, American Theatre Magazine

    "Barrett's expressive tenor voice is
    the perfect channel for Kander and Ebb."