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Maureen Christine

Maureen Christine is an award-winning concert vocalist and Broadway-style entertainer with two CDs that have been released nationally to critical acclaim.  Maureen has a voice "crystal clear, not a note or syllable wasted" (New York’s Pink Paper).  Maureen CD "My Romance", featuring jazz pianist Frank Manthooth, received Grammy consideration for Traditional Pop Vocal alongside Harry Connic Jr and Rosemary Clooney.

Maureen has recorded with Pete Christlieb of the Jonny Carson Tonight Show Orchestra, shared the stage with pop star Barry Manilow, opened for country star Willie Nelson and been a guest artist with musicians of the Count Basie Orchestra.  Maureen has received numerous invitations to sing for dignitaries including Astronaut Buzz Aldrin.  Her rendition of The National Anthem is featured in a movie starring Dennis Quade and Zach Effron, and she has received multiple invitations to sing the National Anthem for the cubs at Wrigley Field.

Maureen believes in giving back to her community and donates her talent to such important organizations as Home Of the Sparrow and Veterans Of Foreign Wars (VFW).  Her original song commission and written for United Way McHenry County garnered 1st place in the nation for Campaign song.  In 2019 she was honored with the Distinguished Graduate Award for making a positive impact on the community, serving humanity, and inspiring others.

Maureen appears in concerts headlining with symphony orchestras, prestigious concert bands and big bands, and she has concertized at numerous Presenting Arts Centers throughout the Midwest and abroad.

 

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