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Flushing Town Hall Presents: Pride Trilogy ll – Marieann Meringolo “Here’s to the Ladies”
June 17, 2021 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm$5.00
Flushing Town Hall Presents: Pride Trilogy II – Marieann Meringolo “Here’s to the Ladies! A Salute to Great Ladies of Song”
THU, JUN 17, 2021
Tickets: $5 (plus $1 service fee)
This event will be performed and streamed LIVE from Flushing Town Hall’s Theater. Buy tickets to receive the LIVE link and get a reminder!
A live Q&A will follow the performance with the artist answering questions from virtual audience.
Multi award winning vocalist, Marieann Meringolo, presents “Here’s to the Ladies! A Salute to Great Ladies of Song,” celebrating such icons as Peggy Lee, Barbra Streisand, Joni Mitchell, Dionne Warwick, and more. Marieann will be accompanied by Ray Naccari. Musical Director/Arrangements, Doyle Newmyer. Directed by Will Nunziata.
Marieann Meringolo is a native New Yorker who has been called “One of the circuit’s most powerful singers,” and “If k.d. lang’s DNA were to get whipped together with Barbra Streisand’s in a genetics lab specializing in divas, the result might well be Marieann Meringolo” by Time Out New York. She is a MAC Award-Winning Recording Artist as well as a Back Stage Bistro Award-Winner for “Outstanding Vocalist.”
She performs in New York’s most celebrated venues, has toured with the late comedian David Brenner and headlines on cruises around the world. She is receiving rave reviews for her 2018 album, released on the BluJazz label… Between Yesterday and Tomorrow: The Songs of Alan & Marilyn Bergman.
Marieann’s gorgeous voice is often played on radio stations and the internet around the world, and has been heard on selected United Airlines flights as well as Air Force II. She has also had the honor of performing live at the United Nations.
Marieann believes we are all here for a divine purpose: To share our gifts with the world…She feels very blessed to have the opportunity to do so.
This event is supported in part by funding from New York City Council Member Daniel Dromm.