The Great American Songbook – MINNEAPOLIS

7:30PM, Saturday, October 1, 2022
Program of American standards, to be announced from the stage
For tickets, click to the right or call 218-831-0765 for assistance. Tickets also available at the door.

Kicking off the season as Artists in Residence at the Woman's Club of Minneapolis, LAMF presents the illustrious Broadway soprano Andrea Ross. A audience favorite from last season, Ms. Ross will bring a program of familiar tunes from the Great American Songbook– jazz standards, pop songs and show tunes of the early decades of the 20th century. Gershwin, Cole Porter, and more, in collaboration with jazz pianist Will Kjeer.

Tickets have name-your-price ticketing; pay what you can to support this program and organization. This concert will also serve as the announcement of the Lakes Area Music Festival's full Winter Series as Artists in Residence at the Woman's Club of Minneapolis.

Pre-concert food options are available at the Woman's Club for reservations between 5 and 7 p.m. Reservations are required, by calling The Woman's Club at (612) 813-5300.

Ms. Ross began her career in her hometown of Boston, where she was the youngest recipient of the prestigious Elliot Norton Award for Outstanding Actress. She caught the attention of legendary Broadway composer, Andrew Lloyd Webber, who became her mentor and took Ms. Ross under his wing. Andrew Lloyd Webber and Universal Music Group: Classics and Jazz, produced Andrea’s solo album, Moon River, which debuted on the Top 50 UK Charts. Andrea performed as ‘Maria' in the Broadway Tour of Rodgers and Hammerstein's The Sound of Music and has been a featured soloist with top symphony orchestras including the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Utah Symphony Orchestra, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, BBC Symphony Orchestra, and KBS Symphony Orchestra in Seoul, South Korea.

Featured Artists

Andrea Ross
Broadway Soprano
Scott Lykins

All Festival activities are made possible by the voters on Minnesota through grants from the Five Wings Arts Council and Minnesota State Arts Board, through a legislative appropriation from the Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.

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