The Pan American Presents SOUNDS OF OLD NEW YORK 12/1

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The Pan American introduces Sounds of Old New York, a weekly live performance series featuring one of its own, Jenna Paulus. Beginning tomorrow, December 1 and continuing every subsequent Thursday evening, Paulus will revive the beat of old New York and classical Broadway with tunes of Sinatra, Streisand and other musical icons. Croon along as you nosh on The Pan American's vibrant, seasonal American and Latin infused fare-don't be surprised if she passes the microphone in your direction!

Paulus received a Bachelor of Music degree at Rowan University and Masters of Music at Boston Conservatory, where she was personally selected to participate in a master class taught by Tony award winning actress/singer and Broadway great Barbara Cook. Additionally, Paulus performed a duet with recording artist Bryan Adams at the PNC Arts Center and sang Mass at the Vatican in Rome with the Rowan University Concert Choir. Paulus also had a role in the independent film Bad For Business, which won "Best of Fest" at the 2007 Myrtle Beach International Film Festival and "Best Comedy" at the 2008 Sacramento International Film Festival. She also wrote, directed, and starred in her own musical Yes, We Can! as part of her Masters work.


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