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At The Library: Sinatra Meets Soprano

Laura Sanscartier

Monday, April 1st
at 6:00 PM

Sinatra Meets Soprano!
Yes, we're talking about Frank Sinatra. ...And the Soprano is the incomparable Laura (Grande) Sanscartier. Enjoy great standards, made famous by "Ol Blue Eyes"! Selections include "Blue Skies", "Come Fly With Me", "Laura", "Lady is a Tramp" and more. Laura and accompanist Ernie Houle have styled a great show of tunes sure to start your foot tapping and your heart yearning. Registration opens soon; don't miss out on what's sure to be a great concert!

Laura Sanscartier is a life-long Dracut resident. She is a 2002 graduate of Emmanuel College in Boston, where she received her degree in Vocal Performance, Theatre Arts, and Speech Communication. For 19 years, she was a member of the Tanglewood Festival Chorus, resident chorus for the Boston Symphony and the Boston Pops. She appeared as a soloist for the Boston Symphony and Boston Pops multiple times over the course of those 19 years. She has recorded with the Boston Symphony and the Pops, as well as the progressive rock group Telergy, and most notably for James Taylor, on his “One Man Band” recording. She has sung all over the world, including at the BBC Proms in London, and the Saito Kinen Festival in Matsumoto, Japan. Favorite musical theatre roles include Dolly Levi (Hello, Dolly!), Emma Goldman (Ragtime), and Mrs. Lovett (Sweeney Todd). She would like to thank the Parker Memorial Library for inviting her to sing, and Paulie, Momma, and Dad, without whom she would never have made it this far.

Registration opens March 11th
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