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From Broadway to Classics, on stage and in concert, Lisa Vroman has established herself as one of America's most versatile artists. Lisa starred for many years on Broadway, in Los Angeles and in San Francisco as Christine Daae in The Phantom of the Opera.  She garnered numerous theatre critics’ awards for her portrayal. Her Broadway debut was in Aspects of Love and she was the first to play both Fantine and Cosette in Les Misérables. Cameron MacIntosh, producer of Phantom & Les Miserables, called her “One of American Musical Theater’s most beautiful voices.” Lisa has starred as  Lili Vanessi in Kiss Me Kate (Glimmerglass Opera/MUNY Theatre of St. Louis), Birdie in Regina, Josephine in HMS Pinafore, Anna 1 in The Seven Deadly Sins (Utah Symphony/Opera), Marian Paroo in The Music Man (with Shirley Jones and Patrick Cassidy), Rosalinda in Die Fledermaus (New Jersey Opera), and Rosabella in The Most Happy Fella (New York City Opera). She starred as Johanna in Sweeney Todd, a 2001 Emmy Award winning PBS television special, as well as the Royal Gala production, Hey! Mr. Producerat the Lyceum Theatre in London, UK. She played  Laurey in Oklahoma (BBC Proms Festival), Mary Turner in Gershwin’s Of Thee I Sing/Let ‘Em Eat Cake (San Francisco Symphony w/Michael Tilson Thomas), and sang and danced opposite Dick Van Dyke as Mary Poppins at the Hollywood Bowl.
Lisa is a frequent guest with symphonies including San Francisco, Nashville, Philadelphia, Dallas, Utah, St. Louis, Houston, Pacific, Atlanta, Hong Kong, Cleveland, National, Florida, BBC Concert Orchestra, Boston Pops (Keith Lockhart), Philly Pops (Peter Nero), as well as with the New York Festival of Song (NYFOS) and Organist David Higgs.   With Symphony Silicon Valley she has appeared in Broadway In Concert productions of Most Happy Fella and The Music Man as well as concert appearances in Brahms’ Requiem and Summer Symphony at Villa Montalvo.
This year’s itinerary included Taiwan, Kuala Lumpur, and an evening of Cole Porter’s La Revue des Ammbasedeurs in Paris. Upcoming engagements include concerts with the Hong Kong Philharmonic and l’Opera de Rennes in France. For more information and to see a calendar of upcoming events, please visit





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