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Audra McDonald Tickets, Tour Dates and Concerts
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Kate
February 10th 2024
While this was, if memory serves, the seventh time I saw Ms. McDonald perform on person, her program tonight with Andy Einhorn was remarkable in ways beyond music. The truth, generosity, storytelling, characterization, concertizing, and immeasurable singing skills we have had the privilege to witness since the mid-90s were amplified by the music chosen by Mr. Einhorn and the conversation between two people who have become family over nearly two decades of working together.
New York City, NY@
92nd Street Y
May 1st 2023
Just her, a piano and her music director playing it. Loved it! Also loved her strong message regarding what's going on in the world nowadays and that she is so pro LGBTQ. She certainly had fun during her performance as well. Win win for everyone there that night!
Newark, NJ@
New Jersey Performing Arts Center
Barry
April 30th 2023
This evening with Audra McDonald was almost certainly the greatest performance with one singer I have ever experienced. Yes, she has a great voice—few other singers have a more powerful moving voice, gorgeous in all registers; and none except Streisand has so individual a sound. McDonald sang “Summertime” without microphone—breathtaking. Indeed I sometimes wished she had sung the entire evening without the microphone; she doesn’t need it. Highlights: “Before the parade passes by,” “Will he like me,” and—amazing for an encore—“Cabaret”: her interpretation made it new in the best ways. But choosing highlights is foolish. Her singing, her song choice, her commentaries: a perfect evening.
Newark, NJ@
New Jersey Performing Arts Center
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About Audra McDonald

Audra Ann McDonald is a Tony Award-winning American actress and singer, born in Berlin, Germany and raised in Fresno, California. She studied classical voice as an undergraduate at the Juilliard School of Music, graduating in 1993. She currently stars in the ABC television drama Private Practice as Dr. Naomi Bennett.

McDonald became a three-time Tony Award winner by the age of 28 — for her performances in Carousel, Master Class, and Ragtime. She won her fourth in 2004 for her role in A Raisin in the Sun.

McDonald has recorded four solo albums for Nonesuch Records. Her first, the 1998 Way Back to Paradise, featured songs written by a new generation of musical theatre composers who had achieved varying degrees of prominence in the 1990s, particularly Michael John LaChiusa, Adam Guettel and Jason Robert Brown. Her subsequent albums, How Glory Goes and Happy Songs, have featured more traditional theater and cabaret songs along with some songs by these new composers. Her fourth album, Build a Bridge, features songs from the jazz/pop canon, from composers as diverse as Laura Nyro, Elvis Costello, Nellie McKay, Neil Young, Rufus Wainwright, John Mayer and Randy Newman.
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Fan Reviews

Kate
February 10th 2024
While this was, if memory serves, the seventh time I saw Ms. McDonald perform on person, her program tonight with Andy Einhorn was remarkable in ways beyond music. The truth, generosity, storytelling, characterization, concertizing, and immeasurable singing skills we have had the privilege to witness since the mid-90s were amplified by the music chosen by Mr. Einhorn and the conversation between two people who have become family over nearly two decades of working together.
New York City, NY@
92nd Street Y
May 1st 2023
Just her, a piano and her music director playing it. Loved it! Also loved her strong message regarding what's going on in the world nowadays and that she is so pro LGBTQ. She certainly had fun during her performance as well. Win win for everyone there that night!
Newark, NJ@
New Jersey Performing Arts Center
Barry
April 30th 2023
This evening with Audra McDonald was almost certainly the greatest performance with one singer I have ever experienced. Yes, she has a great voice—few other singers have a more powerful moving voice, gorgeous in all registers; and none except Streisand has so individual a sound. McDonald sang “Summertime” without microphone—breathtaking. Indeed I sometimes wished she had sung the entire evening without the microphone; she doesn’t need it. Highlights: “Before the parade passes by,” “Will he like me,” and—amazing for an encore—“Cabaret”: her interpretation made it new in the best ways. But choosing highlights is foolish. Her singing, her song choice, her commentaries: a perfect evening.
Newark, NJ@
New Jersey Performing Arts Center
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About Audra McDonald

Audra Ann McDonald is a Tony Award-winning American actress and singer, born in Berlin, Germany and raised in Fresno, California. She studied classical voice as an undergraduate at the Juilliard School of Music, graduating in 1993. She currently stars in the ABC television drama Private Practice as Dr. Naomi Bennett.

McDonald became a three-time Tony Award winner by the age of 28 — for her performances in Carousel, Master Class, and Ragtime. She won her fourth in 2004 for her role in A Raisin in the Sun.

McDonald has recorded four solo albums for Nonesuch Records. Her first, the 1998 Way Back to Paradise, featured songs written by a new generation of musical theatre composers who had achieved varying degrees of prominence in the 1990s, particularly Michael John LaChiusa, Adam Guettel and Jason Robert Brown. Her subsequent albums, How Glory Goes and Happy Songs, have featured more traditional theater and cabaret songs along with some songs by these new composers. Her fourth album, Build a Bridge, features songs from the jazz/pop canon, from composers as diverse as Laura Nyro, Elvis Costello, Nellie McKay, Neil Young, Rufus Wainwright, John Mayer and Randy Newman.
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