I am excited about the opportunities to share my music worldwide on jazz stages and then some. ~ Gordon Michaels
Boston, MA (PRWEB)
March 20, 2017
Entertainment has been in the bones of Gordon Michaels from a very early age, from his church’s children’s choir through his high school years. It seems that this foundation honed his personal expression developing his passion for performing. After attending New York City’s Music and Arts High School Michaels was afforded the opportunity to appear in the movie “Fame” as well as the soundtrack recording. This experience led him to a scholarship to the Boston Conservatory of Music for Opera where he discovered his passion for Musical Theatre and achieved a BFA.
Gordon’s versatility in shuffling genres with ease was the precursor to his musical prominence and was a driving force that managed to create opportunities worldwide with known singers; Patti Labelle, Jennifer Holiday, James Taylor, Aerosmith, Rod Steward, Cissy Houston, Keith Lockhart, Tramine & Edward Hawkins, Natalie Cole and a performance for Pope John Paul II.
Musical Theatre is an avenue of expression that is close to his heart. He is known for successfully producing small dinner shows and cabaret events in local establishments in the Boston area. Gordon inspires his audiences with not only theater productions but offers his expertise to private functions, charity and corporate events choosing from any of the six cabaret shows in his musical repertoire. His shows consist of “Unforgettable – A tribute to Nat King Cole,” “I’m Misbehaving – Fats Waller Song I Never Get To Sing,” “Music of our great soul brothers,” “Journey through the decades,” “Black on Broadway” and “Listen to my heart”…