Jenny Lynn Stewart: A New York Spirit

It makes me feel happy. I feel happy when I sing. People who hear me sing tell me THEY feel happy; that I make their hearts happy. It’s the most joyful thing that I can do, I feel, for me and for others.

JENNY LYNN STEWART, dramatic soprano, is a performer of uncommon versatility. Her most recent performances include her one-woman show “Give a Little Bit More, Richard Rodgers Revisited” at Don’t Tell Mama in New York City. Ms. Stewart received amazing reviews including John Hoglund of BackStage saying “I believe she sounds most like a combination of a very young Barbara Cook and the late opera great Eileen Farrell. Her luminous sound fills the room with vocal magic.” She starred opposite John Davidson in The Sound of Music revisiting the role of the Mother Abbess, in which the Boston Globe said “As the Mother Abbess, Jenny Lynn Stewart turns in a very successful “Climb Every Mountain.” Outside “Sister Act,” where else could a nun get such an emphatic standing ovation?” Ms. Stewart’s additional musical theater credits include Nettie Fowler in Carousel and the Mother Abbess in an international tour of The Sound of Music. In Asia, Ms. Stewart played the Mother Abbess opposite Marie Osmond.

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The New York Spirit

Lincoln Center’s Library for the Performing Arts
Bruno Walter Auditorium
Saturday, September 18, 2021 2:00 P.M.
The concert is free and open to the public.
Free tickets
The Eventbrite link


This program is made possible in part by

The New York City Artist Corps.

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