Celebrate Tony Awards Sunday With Aimée Marcoux And The Music Of Stephen Sondheim At The Triad

Celebrate Tony Awards Sunday With Aimée Marcoux And The Music Of Stephen Sondheim At The TriadClassical singer and musical actress Aimée Marcoux, whose true-life story came to the big screen in the acclaimed 2017 Sony release All Saints, will take the stage on Tony Awards Sunday, June 10 at 7pm at The Triad Theater (158 West 72nd Street) to offer Summer with Sondheim, a collection of Sondheim compositions from his beloved Broadway musicals. Marcoux will offer her lively interpretations of such standards as "Being Alive" and "The Ladies Who Lunch" from Company, "Johanna" from Sweeny Todd and the title song from "Anyone Can Whistle". Marcoux will be joined by Pianist & Conductor Doug Martin (Baz Luhrmann's La Bohème on Broadway). Tickets are $24 (plus a two-drink minimum) and can be purchased online at: www.triadnyc.com/event/c26bae2acc2c25dba46d5cbed17c3719

A musical actress known for her depth of character, interpretation and musical sensitivity, Marcoux has performed over fifty operatic, musical theater and oratorio roles with leading

orchestras and opera companies across the globe. She has appeared in productions with the Florida Grand Opera, New World Symphony Orchestra, Symphony of the Americas, Florentine Opera, Florida Philharmonic Orchestra, The Bulgarian National Orchestra, Opera Frankfurt, Paraguay Symphony Orchestra and The Hungarian State Opera. Her role in Marin Alsop's revival of Gershwin's rare Blue Monday with Colorado Symphony Orchestra was described as "sumptuous" by The Denver Post. In 2013, Marcoux premiered The Yellow Wallpaper, a one-woman opera written for her by composer and Duke University Professor, Michael Trinastic.

The true story of Aimée Marcoux, was told in the 2017 Sony pictures release All Saints. Declared a hit by Variety, The Hollywood Reporter and Rotten Tomatoes, the film recounts the story of business professional-turned-pastor Michael Spurlock (played by John Corbett), Aimée-Marcoux (played by actress Cara Buono) and a group of refugees from Southeast Asia, who risk everything to save their tiny church in Tennessee and transform their future.

In a departure from her musical career, Marcoux worked as a reporter and producer for several years with Reuters Television, Showtime, BBC, NBC and Fox affiliates throughout the United States. She was an original reporter/producer for Entertainment Drive, one of the first online new outlets. Marcoux has been spotted at The Emmys, The Tony Awards and the Academy Awards interviewing such celebrities as Sir Anthony Hopkins, Salma Hayek, Tony Bennett, and Mariah Carey. At the United Nations, she interviewed Kofi Annan, Senator Bill Richardson, President Bill Clinton and HRH Prince Phillip. In addition, Marcoux-Spurlock spent fourteen seasons covering New York's Fashion Week for fashion and entertainment news outlets. Her special coverage of the events of September 11, 2001 was featured in the 2002 HBO documentary, IN MEMORIAM -NEW YORK CITY, 9/11/01. In addition, Marcoux was lauded by The Royal Television Society as "an invisible giant of TV news" for her coverage at Ground Zero and received an award of recognition.



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