PHOTO EXCLUSIVE: Christiane Noll Journeys to Kuala Lumpur, Performs With Malaysian Philharmonic

News   PHOTO EXCLUSIVE: Christiane Noll Journeys to Kuala Lumpur, Performs With Malaysian Philharmonic Tony Award nominee Christiane Noll kicked of her June with a concert trip to Kuala Lumpur where she performed with Debbie Gravitte and Doug LaBrecque. Having documented previous trips to the Czech Republic, Beijing and Vancouver, Noll continues the travelogue with photos from the beautiful Malaysian capital city.

Randall Craig Fleischer led the Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra in a program of Broadway favorites from such shows as Gypsy, My Fair Lady, Cabaret, Cats, Chicago and Phantom of the Opera.

Of the experience, Noll says, "It's incredible to travel and experience new cultures and new foods. To do that and get to sing for new audiences is a double bonus! Kuala Lumpur is a modern place with all sort of comforts that you would find in any major city. The symphony and the hall are world class. I was thrilled to be given the opportunity to visit this amazing city!"

Noll's major theatrical credits include Urinetown, Mambo Kings, It Ain’t Nothin’ But the Blues, Jekyll & Hyde, Grease, Miss Saigon, City of Angels, South Pacific and Witches of Eastwick. She was nominated for a 2010 Tony for her performance as Mother in Ragtime.  Visit www.christianenoll.com.

She returns to the New York stage June 20 for The Broadway Musicals of 1997 at Town Hall, which she is also directing. The evening, which boasts music from shows which played the Great White Way in 1997, will reunite Noll with Jekyll and Hyde co-stars Robert Cuccioli and Linda Eder. Click here for information and tickets.

For more on the Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra, visit www.mpo.com.my

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