by Geneva Renee
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My debut project "Beautiful Wonder" is available for download right here direct from yours truly. While you can also download from iTunes and CDBaby, if you donate direct from my website, I'll feel your support immediately! Thank you!!!
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Geneva Renee sings the National Anthem at Orioles Park
Geneva Renee effortlessly performed a magnificent rendition of that often impossible-to-sing "Star Spangled Banner" for a televised awards gala honoring Former President Bill Clinton.
Now, the Major League Baseball fans will get to hear Geneva's voice - heavily influenced by classical, jazz, soul, gospel and pop - as she sings the National Anthem at Orioles Park for the Los Angeles Angels vs Baltimore Orioles game on Thursday, July 31st, 7pm.
Geneva Renée's debut album, "Beautiful Wonder" was considered for 3 Grammy nominations; and she is the inaugural winner for NBC4 TV’s singing competition, “Be a Voice V.I.P.,” granting a VIP audition for NBCUniversal’s The VOICE.
[Prices vary at ballpark box office -- but GenevaRenee.com listserv members will receive a special email for a 40% DISCOUNT on the covered lower reserve seating in sections 67-87] Age limit: All ages
Geneva Renee at Blues Alley - 8pm & 10pm shows
Geneva Renée, the highly sought after mezzo-soprano, whose range spans three octaves, was handpicked to fill in at the last minute for Mariah Carey to sing “Hero” during a dress rehearsal for the Obama Neighborhood Inaugural Ball. With her sound, heavily influenced by classical, jazz, soul, gospel and pop, Geneva has been a featured soloist at internationally broadcasted events honoring Presidents Barack Obama and Bill Clinton. As an artist, she has shared the stage with the stars including Diana Ross, Maysa Leak, and Vanessa Williams; and has performed across the country in legendary venues such as Blues Alley, the Kennedy Center, the Cotton Club, and the Howard Theatre. Geneva Renée is the inaugural winner for NBC4 TV’s singing competition, “Be a Voice V.I.P.,” granting a VIP audition for NBCUniversal’s The VOICE.
$20 admission Age limit: 21+