Marin Mazzie & Jason Danieley

Together and individually, Marin Mazzie and Jason Danieley, "Broadways' golden couple" (San Francisco Chronicle), have been delighting audiences nationally and internationally with their glorious voices, moving interpretations, and wonderful comic timing. "Their two-part harmonies are seamless [and] their theatrical timing while acting songs together and separately is impeccable" writes The New York Times. They are at ease in intimate concert settings as well as backed by the country's most distinguished symphony orchestras.

HE SAID/SHE SAID, their newest cabaret offering, was premiered at The Café Carlyle in New York City and will be seen touring the country and the high seas around South America in the fall of 2012 and throughout 2013. Their previous cabaret concert, OPPOSITE YOU, has played in many of the country's leading night clubs and concert halls, namely Feinstein's at the Loews Regency, Joe's Pub, the Cinegrill, The Kennedy Center, The McCarter Theatre, Orange County PAC, New Jersey PAC, Chicago Humanities Festival, Bay Area Cabaret, and many more.

Marin and Jason also perform concert gala events combined with master classes in music theatre at universities, colleges and various theatres and performing arts centers nationally; a sampling includes University of Miami, Boston Conservatory, Cap 21 at NYU, Western Michigan University, Encore Theatre Co., and Barrington Stage Co.

Many important philanthropic and charitable organizations, concert halls, symphony orchestra organizations, and theatre companies have had this incredible couple as headliners for their fundraising galas.

Marin and Jason have been frequent guest artists with the Boston Pops (also frequently touring), New York Pops, Philly Pops, New York Philharmonic, Orchestra of St. Luke's, Grant Park Symphony, American Symphony Orchestra, Collegiate Chorale, and the San Francisco Symphony, as well as appearing with the BBC Concert Orchestra: Utah, Ravinia Festival, Virginia, Minnesota, Pittsburgh, and Buffalo Symphonies; the LA Philharmonic; and the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra.

Feinstein's/54 Below, Broadway & Beyond

Feinstein's/54 Below, Broadway & Beyond

Along with their solo and duo guest artist appearances, they have starred in stage concert versions of musicals with these same organizations, including CAMELOT, SOUTH PACIFIC, CAROUSEL, OF THEE I SING/LET "EM EAT CAKE, CANDIDE, THE MIKADO, and tribute concerts honoring Leonard Bernstein, Rodgers & Hammerstein, Jerry Herman, Frank Loesser, Harold Arlen, Cole Porter, Ahrens & Flaherty, Kander & Ebb, and of course, Stephen Sondheim.

Several of their concert appearances have been featured on television. PBS Great Performances, Live at Lincoln Center, and An Evening With the Pops (Boston Pops) have aired My Favorite Broadway: The Leading Ladies, My Favorite Broadway: The Love Songs, South Pacific, Camelot, Sondheim: The Birthday Concert, Brush Up Your Shakespeare, Jerry Herman Tribute, and two appearance on the Boston Pops Fourth of July Specials.

Their first album, titled OPPOSITE YOU, was give the distinction of "CD of the year" (National Public Radio). They are preparing for their next recording project together.

Visit Marin & Jason's official website: http://marinandjason.com


Videos

Selections from Opposite You.

Kander & Ebb Celebration at Lincoln Center

Broadway & Beyond

Marin and Jason “Broadway’s Golden Couple” (S.F. Chronicle) present songs from both the “Great White Way” and the “Great American Songbook”.  Performing songs they introduced on Broadway in roles they originated; Ragtime, Passion, Kiss Me Kate (revival of course), The Full Monty, Curtains, The Visit as well as popular standards from their many TV appearances, cabaret, concert hall and symphony performances around the world. 

“Broadway and Beyond is musical perfection. The couple’s dramatic and comedic acting ability, irresistible personalities and good looks, enthralled the audience who couldn’t wait to give them a standing ovation.  Marin & Jason are a gift that keeps on giving and may they always.”  - Times Square Chronicles