Classical/Cross-Over/Pop, Award Winning, & Major Performing Credits,
.... Sarah Rice & AMORE perform nationally & internationally for Festivals, Weddings, Corporate & Private Events, Universities, Night Clubs and more, in a variety of styles of gorgeous music ranging from heavenly to rousing, Celtic, Irish, Italian, German, French, Classical, Theatre, Jazz, through Great American and International Song Books performed by award-winning, world-class singers & instrumentalists.
Sarah Rice, the winner of the 2010 Bistro Award and 2011 MAC Award (Best Female Vocalist), is also an opera singer with many impressive major performing and stage credits. She was the original Johanna in Broadway's “Sweeney Todd” with Angela Lansbury, which won multiple Tonys and a Grammy. Sarah has performed in major concerts, shows and operas all around the world to great acclaim. Her rendition of Green Finch on the OBCR of SWEENEY TODD was chosen by Stephen Sondheim to be on a commercially released compilation CD of his hand-picked favorite recordings of his own works.
Musicians in Sarah Rice & AMORE can include:
Sarah Rice, Vocals and Theremin
David Vernon, Internal Recording Artist, Vocals
Eve Weiss, Classical Guitar
Jim Russell, Recorder
Jonathan Russell, Jazz Violin
Christine Reisner, Vocals & Violin
Maria Banks, Harp
Matthew Martin Ward, Piano
Jon Burr, Bass
Amy Ralske, Cello
Rex Benincasa, Percussion
The ensemble's size and instrumentation can be modified to perfectly match your entertainment needs, from solo singer to full band, making Sarah Rice and AMORE the ideal group for your high quality event.
"If the glorious gods that govern cabaret were to take the coloratura vocal stylings and elegance of Barbara Cook, merge them with the earthiness and humor of Baby Jane Dexter, and wrap the whole package in a unique bundle of sparkle, the end result would without question be Sarah Rice -- a Broadway legend. And by the time Rice brings the evening to a close, the crowd gathered is not merely her fans but a worshiping cult." -- Andrew Martin, NightLife Exchange
It is evident that her voice is a ravishing instrument.-- Roy Sander, Bistro Awards