Marcovicci, with Chamber Orchestra, to Bring WWII Songs to Town Hall

News   Marcovicci, with Chamber Orchestra, to Bring WWII Songs to Town Hall Cabaret favorite Andrea Marcovicci, who will return to the Algonquin Hotel in November for a two-month engagement, will offer a solo evening at New York's Town Hall in 2007.

On Feb. 23, 2007, the acclaimed chanteuse will present her most-requested concert act, I'll Be Seeing You. . . Love Songs of WWII. Marcovicci's two-act program will feature the actress backed by a chamber orchestra. Show time is 8 PM. The idea for I'll Be Seeing You — which features such classic tunes as "Sentimental Journey," "We'll Meet Again," "The White Cliffs of Dover," "Skylark" and "Berkeley Square" — was originally suggested to the cabaret veteran by long-time family friend Walter Kronkite. Marcovicci recently revised the acclaimed show to include "As Time Goes By," "Heart and Soul," "Say It (Over and Over Again)" and "Lili Marlene."

Andrea Marcovicci starred on Broadway in the short-lived musical Ambassador and in Frank D. Gilroy's Any Given Day. Her screen credits include roles in "The Front," "Someone to Love," "Jack the Bear," "Who Is Henry Jaglom?," "The Water Engine" and "Trapper John, M.D." It has been the cabaret stage, however, where she has received the most acclaim. The singer-actress has performed at Carnegie Hall, Avery Fisher Hall and in concert halls throughout the world. Her solo albums are numerous and include "Marcovicci Loves Movies," "What Is Love?," "Just Kern," "December Songs," "New Words," "Live from London" and "Some Other Time."

Town Hall is located at 123 W. 43rd Street (between 6th and 7th Avenues). For tickets call (212) 307-4100 or visit www.the-townhall-nyc.org.