Andrea Marcovicci

“The Queen of Cabaret,” has created over thirty-five nightclub acts, sold out Carnegie Hall, and appeared at The White House. Andrea holds the record – an unprecedented 25 seasons – at the legendary Oak Room of The Algonquin Hotel, and was the final performer ever to grace that stage. Additional appearances include The Cafe Carlyle, Joe’s Pub, and Feinstein’s/54 Below. In addition, her work has been commissioned by Lincoln Center, The Carolina Ballet, and the Savannah Music Festival. Abroad, and throughout the US, she’s appeared at The Liceu Opera House, Barcelona, Pizza-On-The-Park, London, Vilar Performing Arts Center, CO, NJPAC, Wolftrap, Steppenwolf, and at in Los Angeles at The Gardenia, The Cinegrill and UCLA, among other venues.

Her concert work includes appearances with the San Francisco Pops, Florida Philharmonic, The Oregon and Fort Worth Symphonies, as well as The Chicago Symphony Orch. for the millennium concert.

As a guest Artistic Director at Lyrics & Lyricists at the 92nd St. Y.,  Andrea wrote, directed and starred in tributes to Cole Porter, Kurt Weill, Leo Robin, and the ‘standard’  – post 1965.

An actress and singer, Andrea began on TV in Love is a Many Splendored Thing and has since appeared on Arli$$, Cybill, Taxi, Magnum P.I, Hill Street Blues, Trapper John, M.D., and General Hospital. Films include The Front with Woody Allen, The Hand with Sir Michael Caine, The Canterville Ghost with Sir John Gielgud, and Jack The Bear with Danny DeVito.

Andrea appeared on Broadway in Any Given Day. Her Off-Broadway appearances include Coco, The Wedding of Iphigenia, The Seagull, and as Ophelia to Sam Waterston’s Hamlet for  Shakespeare in the Park. Regional appearances include St. Joan, Burn This, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, and Lady in the Dark.

For five years Andrea served as a Master teacher for the Cabaret Workshop at the prestigious Perry-Mansfield School in Steamboat Springs, CO and has taught Master Classes on the art form that she so dearly loves across the country including stops in New York, St. Louis, Indianapolis, and San Francisco, among other cities. She also teaches private sessions in New York and Los Angeles.

Since 2004, all of Andrea’s CDs have been released through her own label – Andreasong Recordings, Inc., and most are based upon her numerous touring shows including the latest release, SMILE. other titles include As Time Goes By: The Best of Andrea Marcovicci (includes a 12-pg. color booklet), If I Were a Bell ~ The Songs of Frank LoesserMy Christmas Song for You, Marcovicci Sings Rodgers & Hart, I’ll Be Seeing You… Love Songs of WWII, and Kurt Weill in America, (with cast and a 48-pg. color booklet.)

In recognition of her accomplishments in the arts, Andrea was inducted into The Cabaret Hall of Fame in 2016. She is the recipient of several awards and honors including PianoForte Foundation’s “Standing Ovation Award” for philanthropy in the arts in 2015, the 2010 National Honoree of the Chicago Cabaret Professionals, the Mabel Mercer Foundation’s 2007 Mabel Award, a Board of Director’s Award from the Manhattan Association of Cabarets and Clubs, and two Lifetime Achievement Awards – honored so by the Licia Albanese – Puccini Foundation, and by a Bob Harrington Backstage Bistro Award. In recognition of her accomplishments in the arts, Andrea has received honorary degrees from Trinity College in Hartford, CT and the Memphis College of Art.

For more information, or to purchase CDs, please visit www.marcovicci.com.