The program includes songs from shows such as "The Phantom of the Opera," "Cats" and "Les Miserables," all shows in which Large has performed.
As a child, he sang in a boy's choir that performed around the world. By college, where he earned both bachelor's and master's degrees in music, Large was destined for a career in opera.
Indeed, he was a principal performer with the New York City Opera for four years when Tony Award-winning Broadway producer Hal Prince persuaded him to try musical theater.
"I canceled a future opera performance with Placido Domingo to go work on a summer stock show," Large said. His career eventually took him to the Los Angeles area, where he continued singing and then was drawn into television and film work.
As it turned out, his experience in performing while being heavily made up - as he was in "The Phantom of the Opera," made him desirable for roles in "Star Trek: The Next Generation."
"A lot of the actors they hired couldn't act in heavy prosthetics. I have done lots of characters where you wouldn't recognize me," he said. "In fact, I've done more different guest parts on 'Star Trek' than anyone else in all of the series."
These days, Large doesn't seek the television work. "It's quite a grind," he said.
But he is making cabinets when he can, something he began as a hobby.
"My father was a contractor and a finish carpenter," he explained. "I used to work with him, but I didn't learn very much because I was going to be a singer."
When he returned to woodworking as an adult, Large found he loved it.
"You know how everyone loves the smell of wood? For me it holds a deeper pull, because that's how my father smelled when he came home."
Contact writer Monica Orosz at mon...@dailymail.com or 304-348-4830.