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Vicki Levy’s powerful vocal ability enables her to sing a wide range of contemporary and Broadway songs. In New York City, Vicki trains with accredited pianist/ songwriter, Rob LaRocco. He considers her voice to be “as strong as an ox…with a vocal ability similar to Linda Eder.”
A graduate of the University of Texas in Austin, Vicki made the move to New York to pursue her career. Her credits include winning the Texas Music Teacher’s Association, National Association of Teachers of Singing, and Music Teachers’ National Association singing competitions. In 2001, Vicki recorded for the children’s music album Oo-pples and Boo-noo-noos CD, Second Edition.
She played the role of narrator in a regional production of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. Other stage credits include Martha in Scrooge, a rendition of A Christmas Carol at the Pocket Sandwich Theatre in Dallas, a leading cast member and vocalist in Come Into the Light at the Dallas Children’s Theater, and a principle role in an original program for the Jewish Federation, Dallas. Vicki continuously participated in show choirs and pop groups such as the University of Texas Longhorn Singers.
Vicki's New York debut show, "MEN" ran at Don't Tell Mama Cabaret and Piano Bar in April, May, July, and August of 2003. Other New York City credits include singing at Joe's Pub with vocalist Brad Linard in November 2003, and performing the National Anthem at local sporting events. Her first album will debut in 2004 and will include several originals.
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