Liza Minnelli Will Play London, Paris, Vienna and More in Summer 2011
22 Apr 2011
Tony Award winner Liza Minnelli will kick off a series of summer concerts June 29 at London's Royal Albert Hall.
Summer tour dates also include July 1 at the Kenwood House in London; July 4 at the Manchester Bridgewater Hall in Manchester; July 6 at the Glasgow Concert Hall in Glasgow; July 8 at the Kursaal Oostende in Belgium; July 11 at the Olympia in Paris; July 13 at the Arena Santa Giuliana in Italy; July 15 at the Montreux Jazz Festival in Switzerland; July 17 at the State Opera House in Vienna; and Aug. 2-3 at the Sporting Club in Monte Carlo.
Prior to Liza's at the Palace. . ., Minnelli, an Oscar winner for her performance in Cabaret, was last on Broadway in a tribute to her late father entitled Minnelli on Minnelli; she also returned to New York City's Beacon Theatre with her acclaimed concert Liza's Back! In addition to her Tonys for Flora, the Red Menace and The Act, Minnelli was awarded a special Tony in 1974 for "adding lustre to the Broadway season." Her film credits include "The Sterile Cuckoo," "Arthur," "New York, New York" and "Stepping Out." The singer is also a Golden Globe and Emmy Award-winning actress. Her album "Liza's Back!" is available on the J Records label, and "The Best of Liza Minnelli" was released on the Columbia/Legacy label. Showtime aired "Liza with a 'Z'," and Minnelli also received the Julie Harris Award for Lifetime Achievement at the 10th Annual Tony Awards Bash in Los Angeles.
Minnelli just released her latest solo recording, "Confessions."
For more information visit www.officiallizaminnelli.com.
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