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Artwork for Look to the Sky

Look to the Sky
George Luton

A trio for tenors and baritones.
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About the song

An exciting trio from The Northern Skies, an original musical by Emily Drossell & George Luton

On an urgent winter voyage to the arctic circle, Valere spends his final moments of daylight discovering a developing romantic connection with his new crewmate, Ambrose. Sharing experiences from his astronavigational apprenticeship, Valere recalls his late teacher, the kind and caring Savant, who taught him everything he knows about the stars and the skies.

The sheet music is available in the following keys/versions: trio.

Trio arrangement for three voices: tenor ("Valere"), baritenor ("Ambrose"), and baritone ("Savant")

Arrangement includes complete vocal lines with piano accompaniment.

About the composer

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George Luton hails from the Greater Boston area, where he has developed scores and launched productions for over a dozen original musicals and plays throughout the Massachusetts regional theatre circuit, working with companies such as Stage 284 (Earhart, Stiltskin, Nottingham), Boston Children’s Theatre (Apple and the Bear, Apple Plus), Island Theatre Workshop (Boots, Treasure Island), and In Vivo Productions The Conditions of Readiness, Face Work). His compositions have been acclaimed as "glorious, harmonic, rousing, singable, and memorable. The only question to be answered is which song you will be singing when you leave the theater." (BWW News Desk) George obtained a B.A. cum laude in Music and Drama from Vassar College, where he was employed by the school’s theatre department as a music specialist and was twice awarded the Jean-Slater Edson Prize in Composition. He currently lives in New York City, where he has been conducting and accompanying new musical projects at Columbia University’s School of the Arts (The Trojan Women), The Tank (Of Sleepless Nights), and Prospect Theater Company (Move Meant: Musical Theater Lab).

Email: georgeluton.music@gmail.com

uptempo    queer    science fiction    tenor    baritone