Shannon Wollman To Perform at Pikesville High Tuesday Night

Pikesville native Shannon Wollman will perform Tuesday night at Pikesville High School Music Boosters' piano dedication celebration at 7:30 p.m. Admission is free.

As a thank you for the generous contributions of the community and the Pikesville Alumni Choir in helping us reach our goal of purchasing a concert piano, Pikesville Music Boosters proudly present:                                                   

                              An Evening with Shannon Wollman

                                   Tuesday, January 29, 2012

                           Pikesville High School Auditorium

                                           7:30 p.m.

              Admission is free      ●       Donations are appreciated

A Baltimore native, Shannon has performed extensively in New York City.  While in New York, she was featured as Electra in the National Tour of Gypsy, as well as the Off Broadway production of Nunsense.   She also performed her one woman show, and made numerous appearances at the cabaret room, Don’t Tell Mama. Her singing has also taken her around the world performing aboard the “Song of Flower”, a Radisson Seven Seas Cruise Ship.  Locally, Shannon has starred in many productions including Funny Girl, Hello Dolly, Mame, Born Yesterday, Evita, Bells Are Ringing, The Wild Party, On the Town, and Guys and Dolls, The Drowsy Chaperone, and most recently Next to Normal.  Shannon also had the privilege of singing at The Meyerhoff Symphony Hall as the opening act for comedian Bob Newhart and has appeared with the Baltimore Symphony on numerous occasions. Shannon can also be heard around town with the Freddie Stevens Band, Limited Edition


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