Adrianne Hick first burst onto the New York cabaret scene with a sold-out run of her original one woman show Wives and Lovers at Manhattan’s famous Reprise Room. Not to be outdone, she was soon headlining as a guest entertainer aboardNCL’s Pride of America. Within hours of hitting dry land, she was in rehearsal for the new National Tour of “The World’s Most Popular Musical” Les Miserables. As the granddaughter of a U.S.O. singer, performing is certainly in her blood, but her talents don’t just end with singing. Adrianne is also an award winning cellist.
Based in New York City, Adrianne has worked with some of the finest luminaries in her field. Charles Strouse, composer of Annie and Bye Bye Birdie, hand-picked her to star in his new musical, Dancing With Time. She is a classically trained singer, comfortable in the worlds of opera, jazz, and musical theatre. With a background as a choral soloist, including a concert at the Florence Duomo and a performance for Pope John Paul II at St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome, Adrianne’s thrilling voice has enchanted and entertained audiences all around the world.