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Renée Elise Goldsberry with the Minnesota Orchestra

About This Concert:

Celebrate International Women’s Day with Renée Elise Goldsberry, Tony Award-winning vocalist from the original Broadway cast of Hamilton, as she performs original songs based on the poetry of Maya Angelou as well as a selection of Broadway standards.

  • Minnesota Orchestra
  • Sarah Hicks, conductor
  • Renée Elise Goldsberry, vocalist

Fun Facts:

  • Goldsberry played the role of Angelica Schuyler Hamilton in Lin-Manuel Miranda's groundbreaking musical Hamilton. The original production won 11 Tony Awards.
  • Bringing a new dimension to the words of the late Dr. Maya Angelou, Goldsberry added melody and orchestration to some of Angelou’s most memorable poems including Alone, Caged Bird, Still I Rise, Human Family, Phenomenal Woman, My Guilt, Equality, Life Doesn't Frighten Me and America.
  • Called “luminous” by The Boston Globe, Goldsberry is a noted singer and actress who has appeared on CBS' The Good Wife and ABC's One Life to Live. She starred in the Broadway productions of Rent, The Lion King and the original production of The Color Purple.
  • Goldsberry received two Daytime Emmy nominations for her work on One Life to Live. Her most recent film roles include Sisters with Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, and Every Secret Thing with Diane Lane and Elizabeth Banks. She is currently starring in the Netflix series Altered Carbon.
  • International Women's Day is a global celebration of the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women, and a call to action for accelerating the drive to gender parity. The first National Woman's Day (NWD) was observed in the U.S. on February 28, 1909, and first IWD was observed in 1975.

Accessibility

Assisted listening devices available Large print program available Wheelchair seating availableService dogs welcomePlease refrain from using strong perfumes and colognes

Read more about Accessibility at Orchestra Hall.

Location Orchestra Hall
1111 Nicollet Mall
Minneapolis
MN
55403
http://www.minnesotaorchestra.org

Returning and new subscribers get early access to all 2018-19 concerts. Subscription information » Tickets go on sale to the general public August 3.

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Renée Elise Goldsberry with the Minnesota Orchestra

Tickets

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Sat Mar 9 8pm

Renée Elise Goldsberry

Renée Elise Goldsberry

Returning and new subscribers get early access to all 2018-19 concerts. Subscription information » Tickets go on sale to the general public August 3.

About This Concert:

Celebrate International Women’s Day with Renée Elise Goldsberry, Tony Award-winning vocalist from the original Broadway cast of Hamilton, as she performs original songs based on the poetry of Maya Angelou as well as a selection of Broadway standards.

  • Minnesota Orchestra
  • Sarah Hicks, conductor
  • Renée Elise Goldsberry, vocalist

Fun Facts:

  • Goldsberry played the role of Angelica Schuyler Hamilton in Lin-Manuel Miranda's groundbreaking musical Hamilton. The original production won 11 Tony Awards.
  • Bringing a new dimension to the words of the late Dr. Maya Angelou, Goldsberry added melody and orchestration to some of Angelou’s most memorable poems including Alone, Caged Bird, Still I Rise, Human Family, Phenomenal Woman, My Guilt, Equality, Life Doesn't Frighten Me and America.
  • Called “luminous” by The Boston Globe, Goldsberry is a noted singer and actress who has appeared on CBS' The Good Wife and ABC's One Life to Live. She starred in the Broadway productions of Rent, The Lion King and the original production of The Color Purple.
  • Goldsberry received two Daytime Emmy nominations for her work on One Life to Live. Her most recent film roles include Sisters with Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, and Every Secret Thing with Diane Lane and Elizabeth Banks. She is currently starring in the Netflix series Altered Carbon.
  • International Women's Day is a global celebration of the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women, and a call to action for accelerating the drive to gender parity. The first National Woman's Day (NWD) was observed in the U.S. on February 28, 1909, and first IWD was observed in 1975.

Accessibility

Assisted listening devices available Large print program available Wheelchair seating availableService dogs welcomePlease refrain from using strong perfumes and colognes

Read more about Accessibility at Orchestra Hall.