Breaking hearts gently for a couple years in the Lincoln Center South Pacific revival, Szot sang “This Nearly Was Mine” and “Some Enchanted Evening.” As for additional enchanted evenings, that’s certainly the hoteliers’ goal in bringing him back to the swanky East Side room. This month, Szot is only a few blocks from the Met, where last season he applied his dramatically melting baritone to Shostakovich’s adaptation of Gogol’s The Nose, but the repertoire will undoubtedly lean toward the jazzier stylings of Billy Stritch, the musical director.
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This article from the Village Voice Archive was posted on December 21, 2011