Tony nominee Melissa Errico will present three semi-autobiographical concerts in London later this month with the James Pearson Quartet.
Titled The Life and Loves of a Broadway Baby, Errico will play Crazy Coqs July 10 at 7 and 9:15 PM, and the Lichfield Music Festival outside of London July 11 at 7:30 PM. Also featuring on the bill will be Isabelle Georges, who recently joined Errico for a set of sold out Parisian engagements.
The Life and Loves of a Broadway Baby features a selection of American Songbook standards, more modern folk music fare, and some of the greatest hits by musical theatre composers ranging from Styne to Sondheim. Subtitled The Mis-Education of Melissa Errico, the evenings will be a mixture of music and personal tales, with featured composers including Stephen Sondheim, Michael Legrand, Rodgers & Hart, Jule Styne, Harry Warren, Johnny Mercer, Cole Porter, Joni Mitchell, and James Taylor.
A Tony nominee for her performance in Amour, Errico has also been seen on Broadway in Anna Karenina, My Fair Lady, High Society, Dracula the Musical, and Irving Berlin's White Christmas.
For more information, visit MelissaErrico.com.