Berlin, mon Amour, Adrienne Haan‘s new CD, is a tribute to 1920s Germany. It contains sixteen songs, mostly by Bert Brecht, Kurt Weill and Friedrich Holländer, among them many classics like Lola, Lola and Falling in Love Again. The album is arranged by Heinz Walter Florin for big band. The renowned Westdeutsches Radio Orchestra accompanies Haan, conveying a Broadway feeling that makes the soul swing.
Audio CD/1 disc
English or German
Run Time: 50 minutes
Suggested Retail: $15.95
Adrienne Cathrine Haan already knew in kindergarten that she would end up in show business. Born in Germany, moved to New York City in 1997 where graduated from the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. She was cast in American and European musical productions, among them Grizabella in Cats, Sally Bowles in Cabaret, and Queen Elisabeth in King Richard III at the Producer’s Club in New York. She also had three solo shows in New York. She also had three solo shows in New York: From Berlin to Broadway, The Streets of Berlin, and Berlin, Mon Amour.
Ms. Haan shows grace, elegance and extreme vocal power. She would make Jaques Brel smile
—Le Monde, Paris