Michael Feinstein | America's Ambassador of Song

Michael Feinstein

America's Ambassador of Song

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Michael Feinstein

"America's Ambassador of Song," Michael Feinstein began his career as Ira Gershwin's personal assistant shortly after he moved to Los Angeles in 1976. During the next six years working with the great lyricist, Michael gained knowledge and insight into the creative legends who wrote some of the greatest American songs. In addition to learning from the man who was responsible for such songs as "They Can't Take That Away From Me," "Someone To Watch Over Me," and "Nice Work If You Can Get It," Michael Feinstein had access to previously unpublished Gershwin songs, which have now become part of the Gershwin legacy through Michael's performances and recordings.

His inspiration, appreciation and musical interpretations are not limited to the Gershwins. Part of his international popularity is built around his graceful and moving interpretations of other classic popular standards written by Cole Porter, Irving Berlin, Jerome Kern and other much-loved American composers.

Grammy-nominated Michael Feinstein is a veteran of thousands of performances worldwide from a sold-out Carnegie Hall debut to standing room only performances in theaters around the globe. He writes music for TV and film, and his renditions of pop standards have been heard on television series including Caroline in The City and Cybil as well as on several PBS specials.

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