Jeanne MacDonald Comes to Bridge Street Cabaret [Berkshire on Stage]

With a voice as pure as a Catskill creek, NYC nightlife luminary Jeanne MacDonald mesmerizes audiences and critics alike with her subtle, intelligent way with a lyric and an authentic style all her own. Come to Catskill’s intimate Bridge Street Theatre at 8pm on Saturday (June 3) and find out what all the shouting’s about!

Originally from Freeport, Long Island, MacDonald is a graduate of the Crane School of Music. Her education and performing experience encompass a wide range of performance styles, from jazz to classical to musical theater. She has performed in such renowned venues as the Oak Room at the Algonquin Hotel, the FireBird Cafe, the Hideaway Room at Helen’s and in the Mabel Mercer Foundation’s Annual Cabaret Convention. McDonald also makes regular NYC appearances on the stage of the beautiful Metropolitan Room in Chelsea.

She was the 2008 MAC Award Winner for Female Vocalist and 2008 NY Nightlife Finalist, both of which she received in 2004 as well. She has earned the BACK STAGE Bistro, the MAC Hanson Award and in 2005 was presented with the Julie Wilson Award for excellence in cabaret on the stage at Jazz at Lincoln Center. MacDonald’s debut CD Company, produced and arranged by her longtime musical director/arranger Rick Jensen, received outstanding critical praise and a MAC Nomination for Recording of the Year. McDonald developed her artistry at the celebrated Bradstan Country Hotel in White Lake, where she recorded her most recent CD, Live at the Bradstan.

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