Soprano Fleur Mino will present a programme of popular Broadway classics with pianist Kevin Amos. Mino has sung in many prestigious venues in Paris including Olympia at the Théatre Comédia, Palais des Congrès. Amos too is no slouch, having been music director of productions of Phantom of the Opera, 42nd street, Grand Hotel, Cats and West Side story, Evita and Chess.
Here's more info about the soprano, taken from her website:
Music and singing have always been a driving force in her life. She started with baroque opera, studied music at the Conservatory of Lyon, gained a Masters at Lyon II’s Lumière University, studied under Anne-Marie Blanzat at the Conservatory of Paris. She trained in drama and dance at the International Academy of Musical Theatre and took part in Masterclasses with Brent Barrett and Christopher Denny.
Vocal work is never ending and Fleur is passionately dedicated to it. Her range of performances spans ethereal characters such as the blue fairy in Pinocchio at the Palais des Congrès and The Little Mermaid, directed by Johan Nus at the Olympia in Paris to the tragic Pamina in The Enchanted Flute at the Théâtrecomédia, Cunégonde in Candide at the Châtelet theatre in Paris, the romantic Maria in The Sound of Music at the Cirque Royal in Brussels, to the strange, when she performed the Nymph in The Suicide Shop at the Folies Bergères.
Check out the video below for a sample of her singing chops:
Tickets for Broadway's Greatest Song available at http://ttf.sg/fleur-mino-english or at the door.