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EXCLUSIVE: Ute Lemper, Chanteuse Extraordinaire and Citizen of the World, on New Album, Collaboration with Paulo Coelho and More

The Olivier Award-winning cabaret singer tells us about her creative process, her collaboration with novelist Paolo Coelho and a raft of international musicians on 'The 9 Secrets,' life on the road, and the Blizzard of 2016 in New York.

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Concert-Cabaret Review: ‘Tehorah’ Featuring Adrienne Haan (NYC, Oct. 29, 2015)

A German chanteuse and German pianist teamed with an Israeli string quartet at Carnegie Hall's Weill Recital Hall presenting songs from multiple cultures to celebrate the 50th anniversary of German-Israeli diplomatic relations.

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Theater Review: ‘Songs for the Fallen’ at the New York Musical Theatre Festival

Fizzy direction, brutally comic onstage energy, crafty songs and costumes, and overall technical sheen bring to pulse-pounding life this new musical version of Dumas's never-tired story of Marie Duplessis, the Lady of the Camellias.

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Theatre Review (Singapore): ‘La Vie En Rose’ – Songs of Edith Piaf by Sing Theatre

All the singers were highly talented and excellent, but the stunner of the night had to be L.A. Benjamin. With her Whitney Houston-like gospel voice soaring effortlessly to the rafters, Benjamin's performance easily struck a chord with the audience's hearts.

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