Mairi Dorman-Phaneuf On Storytelling In Music

We were lucky enough to have the accomplished and brilliant cellist Mairi Dorman-Phaneuf sit down for a talk about Broadway, the importance of storytelling in music, coping with nerves, and what went into creating, recording and producing her new album, Music of Broadway For Cello and Piano, featuring works by Broadway's biggest arrangers and composers.


“This album is a testament to the melodies I’ve known and loved for decades adapted by and recorded with music directors who have conducted and arranged them countless times,” said Dorman-Phaneuf. “It was so rewarding to be able to play these iconic songs as true pieces of chamber music. I’m grateful to know the arrangements will be published as it is my hope they find their way into the mainstream concert repertoire.”


Music of Broadway for Cello and Piano

Available for purchase here


The album features arrangements by Dorman-Phaneuf, Brad Haak, Michael Kosarin, Simon

Mulligan, Ted Sperling and Billy Stritch. Dorman-Phaneuf is also accompanied on the piano