The real beauty of the evening was Picerno, clear of voice who managed the challenging "Glitter and Be Gay" aria with aplomb
MEGHAN PICERNO handpicked by theatre legend Hal Prince, Meghan returned as Phantom’s leading lady, Christine Daaé, for its historic Broadway reopening, where she was recently nominated as Broadway Replacement of the Decade, (Broadway World). Previously she delighted audiences to critical acclaim as Christine on the World Tour of Phantom, and in the U.S. Premiere/1st national tour of Love Never Dies. A rising star in both the worlds of Broadway and Opera, she has become one of the
most sought-after Cunegondes world-wide in Bernstein’s musical masterpiece, Candide. On the Opera stage, she has interpreted roles such as Adele, Queen of the Night, and Olympia from Les contes d’Hoffmann. She has graced major stages including Royal Albert Hall, San Francisco Symphony, Lincoln Center, David Geffen Hall, Avery Fischer Hall, Carnegie Hall, The Appel Room, Jazz at Lincoln Center, Birdland Jazz, Theatro Municipal de São Paolo, Gran Teatre del Liceu, and the Beijing Center of Performing Arts.