Award-winning performer from the hit musical Hamilton to appear at Powell Hall December 3

    Award-winning actor and vocalist Leslie Odom Jr. will perform with the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra at Powell Hall Sunday, December 3 at 7pm. The dynamic performer and the orchestra will dazzle audience members with an extraordinary one-night-only performance.

    Odom Jr. gained widespread critical acclaim for his starring role with the original cast of the blockbuster Broadway hit musical Hamilton. The performance earned Odom Jr. the 2016 Tony Award for Lead Actor in a Musical. He also won a Grammy Award for his principal soloist performance on the Original Broadway Cast Recording of Hamilton, which won the 2016 Grammy for Best Musical Theater Album.

    His debut solo album, “Leslie Odom Jr.,” was released in June 2016 on S-Curve Records and quickly rose to number one on the Billboard and iTunes Jazz charts.

    The multifaceted performer has also compiled an impressive list of television and film acting credits. On the small screen, Odom Jr. is best-known for his portrayal of ‘Sam Strickland’ in the NBC musical series, “Smash,” and his recurring role as ‘Reverend Curtis Scott’ on “Law & Order: SVU.” He has also appeared in episodes of “Gotham,” “Person of Interest,” “Grey’s Anatomy,” “House of Lies,” “Vanished,” and “CSI: Miami.” On the big screen, he starred in the 2012 film, “Red Tails,” opposite Terrence Howard, Cuba Gooding Jr., and David Oyelowo.

    Tickets for an Evening with Leslie Odom Jr. are on-sale now and may be purchased here or by calling 314-534-1700.


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