Concerts at the Crane: Jean Danton, accompanied by Luke Molloy ~ Broadway/Jazz Vocalist
Join us for a Sunday afternoon concert in the beautiful historic Richardson Building featuring Soprano Jean Danton accompanied by Luke Molloy on piano.
*** This event has a capacity of 100 seats and we will be filling them on a first-come, first-served basis. Seats may NOT be saved and doors open 15 minutes before the start of the performance. Parking can be tricky so we recommend leaving lots of time for your arrival. If capacity fills up we will have the concert streaming to a screen in our Community Meeting Room if you would like to watch from there. If you’d rather stay at home and watch, the event will also be LIVESTREAMED to our YouTube channel and recorded and aired at a later date on QATV.***
Jean Danton has appeared throughout the United States and abroad on the oratorio, opera, musical theatre and concert stage. She has performed under renowned conductors Christopher Hogwood, Helmuth Rilling, Martin Pearlman, Bruce Hangen, John Finney, Martin Josman, David Briskin, Tom Hall, and Keith Lockhart. Ms. Danton made her Carnegie Hall debut with the Masterwork Chorus, and her Lincoln Center debut at Avery Fisher Hall with the National Chorale, in both instances performing Handel’s Messiah. Her numerous concert performances include the Handel and Haydn Society, Boston Baroque, Carmel Bach Festival, Oregon Bach Festival, Baltimore Choral Arts Society, Nashua Symphony Orchestra, Colorado’s Breckenridge Music Festival, North Carolina Symphony, Bach Aria Festival, Associazione Culturale in concerts throughout Italy, and The American Church in Paris, France.
Ms. Danton has several solo albums on Albany Records, Newport Classic, CDBaby, iTunes, and with New England Light Opera. Her latest album releases include A Very Merry Christmas and Thankful. Ms. Danton’s television credits include vocals for documentaries on PBS, Lifetime, and Oregon Public Broadcasting. For more on Ms. Danton’s recordings and upcoming engagements, please visit her website and facebook.
Generously sponsored by the Friends of the Thomas Crane Public Library.