Maureen Christine is an award-winning vocalist and celebrated broadway-style entertainer. Maureen delights audiences throughout the country with her “natural melodious, expressive voice” (AllMusic Guide). Maureen is heralded as a “singer worth crowing about” by the Chicago Tribune for her thoughtful interpretations of great American standards, romantic ballads and original compositions. Maureen’s concerts are continually met with praise. “Maureen matches a clear and beautiful voice with a genuine, vivacious personality” (Maestro, Galesburg Symphony). She has concertized around the world from Germany to Chicago, appearing at prestigious concert halls, opera houses, cabaret and jazz clubs, and historic landmarks. She has won critical acclaim from New York’s Pink Paper for her “remarkable musical range and superb phrasing.”
As a national recording artist, Maureen has recorded with Pete Christlieb of the Johnny Carson Tonight Show Orchestra, shared the stage with pop star Barry Manilow, and was awarded first place in the nation for the original song she wrote for United Way. The demand for Maureen’s “lyrical precision, gift of jazz and sultry ballads” (Show Tunes NY) has resulted in appearances with esteemed symphony orchestras including the Northwest Indiana Symphony and the Galesburg Symphony. She has appeared with notable concert bands and jazz “big bands,” including musicians of the Count Basie Orchestra. In Chicagoland, Maureen has headlined at such renowned venues as the Palmer House, The Royal George Cabaret Theatre, the historic Woodstock and Oshkosh Opera Houses,
and the Holiday Star Plaza Theatre. Maureen’s television appearances include
Artbeat Chicago and other public television programs. Maureen is in demand
as a singer of The National Anthem, singing for the Chicago Cubs at Wrigley Field,
for local dignitaries, Astronaut Buzz Aldrin, and recently in the upcoming movie starring Dennis Quaid and Zac Efron.
Maureen Christine’s first CD “My Romance” has been released nationally and received Grammy consideratin in the “Traditional Pop Vocal” categoryalongside Harry Connick, Jr. and Keely Smith. Her second CD, “The Very Thought Of You,” has been released internationally and has sold several thousand copies. She also recorded a holiday CD “Songs Of The Season” and a live CD with symphony orchestra.
Currently Maureen is touring throughout the Midwest,
enchanting audiences with her acclaimed concerts and crystal clear voice.