Lenora Eve

Join the Beaufort History Museum as singers from one of the world’s – and America’s –best known theatrical venues perform a medley of songs from some of Broadway’s biggest hits with a historical theme. Song selection will consist of Americana music and hits from such well-known productions as “Hamilton,” “1776,” “Porgy and Bess,” “The Civil War,” and “Ragtime.”

The group will be led by Beaufort resident, Lenora Eve, whose family’s roots trace back many generations in Beaufort’s soil. She holds graduate and undergraduate degrees in music and vocal performance and is currently the Executive Artistic Director at Opera Breve in New York City, where she is a vocal instructor and accompanist/coach.

Lenora has sung nationally and internationally in operatic and musical theater roles, including eight roles with Amato Opera in New York City; Broadway national tour of “The Sound of Music” with Richard Chamberlain; and “State Fair” with John Davidson. In addition, she was in the International Tour of “The Sound of Music” with Marie Osmond traveling to Bangkok, Singapore, Hong Kong and Seoul, Korea. One of her most memorable moments remains performance as the alto soloist in Haydn’s Lord Nelson Mass at Carnegie Hall in New York.

After traveling internationally for several years in musical events, Lenora relocated to New York City where she has been a director of numerous operas and musical productions. Lenora is an established and acclaimed teacher and coach. Her vocal studio boasts an eclectic variety of students, including those from the world of Broadway and opera–several of whom you will see and hear perform at this event.

“Broadway Comes to the Lowcountry” will take place at USCB Center for the Arts on Saturday, June 24.  Admission price for those with an active Museum membership and their guests will be $35. Registration and ticketing for all others will begin June 10th, at a cost of $40. Online registration/ticketing is required. Seating will be on a first come, first served basis. Visit https://beauforthistorymuseum.wildapricot.org to reserve yours.