The Studio Artists and the Golden Age

Left to right: Amanda Sheriff, soprano, Michael Miller, tenor, Key’mon Murray, countertenor, Stephanie Doche, mezzo-soprano, Andrew Simpson, bass-baritone

On Friday, March 4, the Studio Artists gave a playful concert at ArtServe. They sang beloved songs by writers like Irving Berlin, Cole Porter, George Gershwin, and Richard Rogers. It was a treat for the singers and for the audience and a change from the standard opera fare.

You have two more chances to see them in Fort Lauderdale. On Friday, March 12, they will do a program of 20th and 21st century music at the Center for Spiritual Living, 4849 N. Dixie Hwy., Wilton Manors. On Saturday, March 27th, they will do their Final Sing at the same venue. Don’t miss this talented group. All COVID precautions are followed.

Enjoy the photos of their performance!

Amanda Sheriff sings “It might as will be Spring” from STATE FAIR by Richard Rodgers
Amanda and Michael Miller in “It might as well be spring”.
Stephany Doche sings “But not for me” from Gershwin’s Girl Crazy.
Lots of action from Michael Miller and Amanda Sheriff singing “Anything you can do I can do better” from Irving Berlin’s Annie Get Your Gun.
More “Annie Get Your Gun” action!
Key’Mon Murrah sings the beloved “Somewhere Over the Rainbow”.
Michael Miller sings “It Don’t Mean a Thing”
All the artists enjoy Richard Rodgers’s “Johnny One Note”

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