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Cindy Miller is from the Rochester, New York area. She received her masters degree in music from the Eastman School of Music.

Her professional engagements have ranged from intimate clubs to large stadium/concert performances, and as guest soloist with symphony orchestras.

Cindy has performed with noted entertainers such as Julius LaRosa and Stars from the Lawrence Welk Show and appears regularly with the Gap Mangione Big Band. Guest appearances include concerts with the Benny Goodman Tribute Band, the Utica Symphony Orchestra, the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra, the Central New York Jazz Ensemble, and Michael Lasser, host of PBS radio’s nationally syndicated Fascinatin’ Rhythm.

Cindy performed for actress Meryl Streep when Ms. Streep received the George Eastman Award for Distinguished Contribution to the Art of Film, appeared at the New York State Fair Celebration 2000 and was guest soloist at the 2004 International Marine Tattoo. New York City appearances include The Blue Note with Gap and Chuck Mangione, and Danny’s Skylight Room with her own cabaret act.

Love You Madly, her CD of standards recorded with some of finest jazz musicians in the country, has recently been released, as well as her own song Land That We Love, which she was asked to sing for General Tommy Franks.

Cindy has received rave reviews for her own musical cabaret/dinner theatre shows Here’s To The Ladies, You Ain’t Heard Nothin’ Yet! and her new show I Got The Music In Me, which was premiered at the Downstairs Cabaret Theatre in September 2004.

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Album Love You Madly by Cindy Miller

Love You Madly

Edelweiss Music
2002

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