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Thankful

by Jean Danton

Female solo vocal album - Spiritual, Contemporary, Christian Pop, Classical Crossover
Genre: Spiritual: Inspirational
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1. You Raise Me Up
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2. A Quiet Thing
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3. You Are Mine
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4. Pie Jesu
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5. Panis Angelicus
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6. Thankful
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7. Ave Maria
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8. Throughout All Time
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9. Waitin
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10. Celtic Song of Farewell
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11. Over the Rainbow
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12. You'll Never Walk Alone
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Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Enjoy Jean’s new takes on favorite inspirational songs you love from contemporary pop and traditional to musical theatre! Thankful, Over the Rainbow, Ave Maria, You’ll Never Walk Alone and more gorgeous songs of faith and inspiration will delight and lift your spirit. Let Jean’s stirring vocals and Doug’s beautiful orchestrations take you on a musical journey of the soul!
 
Jean Danton’s artistry has led to acclaimed performances throughout the United States and Europe in musicals, oratorio, opera, recitals, and on the concert stage. “A stunning soprano” (Providence Journal), she has performed under renowned conductors Keith Lockhart, Christopher Hogwood, Helmuth Rilling, Martin Pearlman, Bruce Hangen, Martin Josman, David Briskin, Tom Hall, and Julian Wachner. Ms. Danton made her Carnegie Hall debut with the Masterwork Chorus, and her Lincoln Center debut at Avery Fisher Hall with the National Chorale performing Handel's Messiah.  
 
Jean is a prolific recording artist, this is her ninth solo album!  She has several albums on Albany Records, Newport Classic, and CD Baby ranging from classical, contemporary, and chamber music to pops and musical theatre.  Film credits include vocals for PBS documentaries The Nobel Legacy, Apollo 13-To the Edge and Back, American Experiences: Stephen Foster, Mary Magdalen for Lifetime, and Inherited Risk for Oregon Public Broadcasting. Check out Jean’s other albums at www.jeandanton.com 
 
Performance highlights include the Handel and Haydn Society, Boston Baroque, Carmel Bach Festival, Oregon Bach Festival, Baltimore Choral Arts Society, Colorado Breckenridge Music Festival, North Carolina Symphony, Nashua Symphony Orchestra, New York Bach Aria Festival, R.I. Civic Chorale and Orchestra, Providence Singers, Biellese Festival and Associazione Culturale in concerts throughout Italy, and The American Church in Paris, France. 
 
Jean's stage performances include roles with Boston Baroque, Greater Buffalo Opera, American Repertory Theatre, Boston Classical Orchestra, Longwood Opera Company, Brown Bag Opera, and New England Light Opera.  She has appeared as a featured soloist with the Boston Pops Orchestra, North Shore Music Theatre, Hillyer Festival Orchestra, Fall River Symphony, North Shore Philharmonic Orchestra, Wellesley Symphony Orchestra, and American Classics.  A strong promoter of contemporary music, she has premiered works by Delvyn Case, Carson Cooman, and Aleksandra Vrebalov.  Her versatility also extends to jazz, including concerts with the Orchestra at Indian Hill with Bruce Hangen, and with the Rusty Scott Quartet. Jean is the Cantor/Music Director at St. Mary of the Annunciation Parish in Cambridge, MA.
 
Jean has performed on several prestigious chamber music festivals including the Rockport Chamber Music Festival, Martha’s Vineyard Chamber Music Festival, Meeting House Chamber Music Festival, and the Yale Center for British Art.  As a recitalist, she has performed extensively including the N.Y.C. Trinity Church Concert Series, Carmel Bach Festival, Mt. Auburn Concert Series, and the Twentieth Century Music Series at the N.Y. Public Library for the Performing Arts at Lincoln Center.  
 
For more on Jean's recordings and upcoming engagements, please visit www.jeandanton.com and www.facebook.com/JeanDantonSoprano

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