Adrienne Giordano Biography & Facts
Adrienne Haan (born April 7, 1978) is a German-Luxembourgish actress, singer and writer who has appeared in theatre, cabaret and concert.
Adrienne Catherine Haan was born in Essen, Germany on April 7, 1978. She holds dual citizenship in Germany and Luxembourg and she is a permanent resident of the United States of America.
Haan graduated from American Academy of Dramatic Arts in 1999. In 2019, she received her master's degree in Applied Linguistics and English Language Teaching from St. Mary's University in London (Twickenham), England. She also studied at The Juilliard School in New York City and at the Cologne School of Music and Dance.
Haan is an actress and cabaret artist who specializes in music of the 1920s and 30s. Since 1999, she has performed in cabarets and on concert stages in the United States, Europe, Israel and Australia where is known for historically accurate renditions of songs in English, Germany, Hebrew, Yiddish and French. In 2019, she made her debut in Turkey, where she performed for the European Delegation in Ankara on Europe Day 2019 and a performance with her pianist at the Palais de France in Istanbul where she sang the tribute to Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, "Yiğidim Aslanım". In 2019, she made her first tour of China, performing her show Broadway Rock Hall. Her Carnegie Hall debut entitled Tehorah celebrated the 50th anniversary of German-Israeli diplomatic relations with an encore performance in Washington DC. Haan has also performed Tehorah for the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) at the Jewish Festival Warszawa Singera in Warsaw at the Nowy Teatr in Lodz, Poland and at the White Synagogue in Wrocław, Poland under the patronage of the Ambassador of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg to the Republic of Poland, Conrad Bruch. She has performed in the US Embassy of Luxembourg and was featured in a 6 city tour of Israel with the Netanya Orchestra. She has performed at cabarets in New York City including Cafe Sabarsky, 54 Below, Joe's Pub where she performed her show Voluptuous Weimer with Vince Giordano & The Nighthawks and the Metropolitan Room as well as the Triad Theatre in New York City where she is artist in residence. Her additional shows include Cabaret Français which she performed at the Embassy of Luxembourg Washington DC in March 2019, her Kurt Weill Soirée, featuring the Dan Levinson Sextet and her Weimar Berlin soirée Berlin, Mon Amour featuring French singer/dancer Magali Dahan. In New Mexico, she performed as part of the Santa Fe Jewish Film Festival.
Her theater and musical productions include lead roles in Les Misérables, Evita, Cats, Cabaret, Sunset Boulevard, King Henry VI, and Richard III. Her cabaret show, The Streets of Berlin, is based on Berlin, mon amour, her most recent CD which was released in both German and English in 2010. Both the show and the recording include works by Mischa Spoliansky, Kurt Weill, and Bertolt Brecht arranged for voice, big band and string quartet by Heinz Walter Florin. Her earlier CDs include music by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Claude-Michel Schönberg. In Europe, she has appeared on the "Westdeutscher Rundfunk" Television Channel.In New York City Haan serves on the International Advisory Board of the Duke Ellington Center for the Arts.
In 2007, Haan married Klaus Liever. Her father, Jean Joseph Haan, is a neurologist, and her mother worked as an MTA. She has one brother.
2010: Berlin, Mon Amour – Berlinica
2006: I Could Have Danced All Night – Readers Digest
2003: Born to Entertain: – Hansahaus Studios in Bonn (Germany)References
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