Grace Field Grace Field

A Tony-Award Winner with Broadway Inspirational Voices, and seen performing on the Today Show with Hugh Jackman, Broadway performer Grace Field has been acclaimed around the globe. Ms Field has sung at Broadway’s New Victory Theatre, the Barclay Center, Jazz at Lincoln Center, and Off Broadway’s New World Stages to name a few. Grace has also had the privilege to work with Broadway’s Alan Menken, Stephen Schwartz, Rebecca Luker, Seth Rudetsky, Anthony Rapp, and others. Ms Field has also sung with Multi Tony Award Winner Audra McDonald, Cynthia Elviro, Shoshana Bean and Hollywood Walk of Fame’s Billy Porter. She has an impressive resume of performances including Oklahoma, Les Miserables, South Pacific, Carousel, and more! She is also a solo artist at the United Nations headquarters in New York City.


The Best of Broadway features some of Grace's best performances from your Broadway and Disney favorites including the title song from Beauty and The Beast, Let it Go (Frozen) Can you Feel the love tonight (The Lion King) Part of your World (Little Mermaid) Music of the Night (Phantom of the Opera) I dreamed a Dream (Les Miserables) Seasons of Love (Rent) Bring Him Home (Les Miserables) Go the Distance (Hercules), O Holy Night and a couple of other holiday favorites.

 

Not only does Grace perform professionally on the stage, but also is a professional pianist, artist and model. Field has a huge heart for charity and helping the world through the arts, and has founded Dare to Dream Art Charity which encourages people to donate to local or global charities through the gift of art. She recently released a Christmas CD, “Christmas with Grace” where 100 percent of the sales go to Operation Christmas Child which aids third world country children.

 

She is currently on tour as the lead female singer and keyboardist in Queen’s Freddie Mercury Band "Mercury World Tour", and also is currently touring with platinum recording artist Geoff Sewell in his London based company Incognito artists and Bravo Amici.

 “THE SULTRY GRACE FIELD RAISED THE ROOF IN A PERFORMANCE THAT WOULD HAVE MADE SOPHIE TUCKER PROUD.” -Broadway World