Hailed as "the First Lady of Cabaret" by Wolf Entertainment Guide in NYC and "an entertainer of the highest caliber" by the Huffington Post, award-winning Adrienne Haan is one of the most electrifying concert and cabaret stars at work today. A singer, writer and producer, she is constantly touring across the globe with a diverse repertoire that encompasses 1920s and 30s music, chanson to jazz, blues, swing, jazz, klezmer and Broadway, as well as Hebrew and other international songs. Recent performances include concerts in the USA, Europe, Australia, China, Israel, Turkey as well as South America. Ms. Haan performs fluently in 10 languages which makes her unique in her field.
Stage credits include US and European national tours and productions with roles that include Belle in Charles Dicken’s A Christmas Carol, Kate Lucas in TEXAS, Fantine in Les Misérables, Grizabella in Cats, Sally Bowles in Cabaret, Eva Peron in Evita, Veronica in The Passion Play, Anna Christie in Eugene O’Neill‘s drama Anna Christie, Queen Margaret in Shakespeare’s King Henry III, Queen Elisabeth in King Richard III, as well as many other comedic and dramatic roles.
Her CD Berlin, Mon Amour, hailed by The Huffington Post as “engaging and unique“, is a tribute to 1920s and 30s Germany. Earlier recordings include I Could Have Danced All Night with members of the WDR Funkhausorchester, and her debut solo CD, Born to Entertain.
Haan’s media credits include WWFM Radio and KMFA Classically Austin in the US, as well as numerous appearances on Düsseldorf’s Radio 90.1, WDR TV and national radio in Germany, as well as performances on Israel Public Radio.
Adrienne serves on the International Advisory Board of The Duke Ellington Center For The Arts in NYC where she was appointed at the request of Mercedes Ellington and is responsible for its international programming.
A citizen of both Germany and Luxembourg, Adrienne Haan moved to New York City in 1997 where she graduated from the American Academy of Dramatic Arts and studied with such noted actors as Victor Garber, Paul Rudd and Kevin Spacey. She is a permanent resident of the United States.
She furthered her studies at The Juilliard School, with Susan Eichhorn Young in NY and with Arthur Janzen of the Cologne School of Music and Dance.
Adrienne received her Master Degree in Applied Linguistics and English Language Teaching from St. Mary's University in London (Twickenham), England in 2019.
She currently resides in New York City.