Provincetown Debut of Award Winning New York Singer Marieann Meringolo

June 1st at the Pilgrim House
Marieann Meringolo (Press photo by Devon Cass)

Award Winning New York singer Marieann Meringolo is making her, “Provincetown Debut," in a solo performance on Saturday, June 1st at 4PM in the showroom of the Pilgrim House

Marieann, (who some critics say bears some physical and vocal resemblance to Barbra Streisand), is a Native New Yorker and has received critical acclaim; for her appearances at Feinstein's/54 Below, The Iridium Jazz Club and Jazz at Lincoln Center.

     Time Out New York magazine said of her, “ … If kd. lang’s DNA were to get whipped together with Barbra Streisand's in a genetics lab specializing in divas, the result might well be Marieann Meringolo.”

Meringolo’s latest CD, "Between Yesterday and Tomorrow : The Songs of Alan & Marilyn Bergman," is getting, "Rave" reviews. The New York Times says she, “…delivers songs about love lost and strength found…Sung in Grand Style.”

     The Wall Street Journal said.: …“If you don’t do it brilliantly it isn’t worth doing at all…Ms. Meringolo’s powerhouse interpretation makes full use of the dramatic Bergman lyric."

Meringolo’s Solo show is part of this years Annual Cabaret Fest in Provincetown ( Apr. 29th th to May 1st at the Pilgrim House). 

The THEME for the Cabaret Fest show this year is: “The Music of the 1960’s.”   She will concentrate on 1960's classics by Dionne Warwick, Johnny Mathis, and (of course), the late, Michel LeGrand, ("The Windmills of Your Mind."

*Other acts appearing this year at Cabaret Fest are, MAC Award winner (Manhattan Association of Cabaret)  Jeff Mcauley,  piano man Michael Garin & singer Mardie Millet ...as well as the very talented Richard White.

     All acts will be at the Pilgrim House, (except for vocalist Warren Schein, with musical director Tom Le Mark) who will be appearing at the Art House (call for details)..  

Call the Pilgrim House ( 336 Commercial St.) for more information. 508-487-6424 Ext. 3.


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