PRLog - May 24, 2014 - WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. -- Broadway’s Best comes alive in Florida the weekend of June 20, when Soprano Adriana Zabala and Pianist Zack Coblens perform songs ranging from Sondheim to Disney and everything in between. Vocalist Rita Lester will open the concert with jazz favorites.The performances will be Friday, June 20 at 8 p.m., Saturday, June 21 at 8 p.m., and Sunday, June 22 at 2p.m. in the Bhetty Waldron Theatre at Bob Carter’s Actor’s Workshop & Repertory Co., 1009 N. Dixie Highway in West Palm Beach.
Ariana and Zack
Tickets will be sold at the door and are $15.
Among the songs will be Being Alive, Not a Day Goes By, The Trolley Song, and Somewhere Over the Rainbow.
For further information, please call 561-561-236-
Adriana Zabala is a frequent guest artist with many of the area's performing arts organizations, including the Palm Beach Opera, and has been featured on various local radio and television networks. She has traveled aboard luxury cruise ships around the world and is currently traveling with her One Woman Shows throughout Florida.
She received a full scholarship from Florida State University, where she completed her Bachelor’s degree in Vocal Performance as a student of Yvonne Ciannella. She is a graduate of Forest Hill High School in West Palm Beach, Adriana's abilities were first recognized by renowned choral director Harold Bradley who encouraged her to pursue her musical talents. She soon began her vocal studies with mezzo-soprano, Sonia Santiago.
Encouraged by her own educational experiences, Adriana has taught voice and music theory at Bak Middle School of the Arts. She has been teaching private voice for 12 years now, and is extremely excited to be the owner of Adriana Zabala's Voice and Music Academy where she plans to continue to share her love for music with her students.
A Louisville, Kentucky native, Zack Coblens studied musical theatre at The American Musical and Dramatic Academy in New York City and at New York University where he received a scholarship to study in a young artist development program, and was awarded the Pamela Moody Music Award for outstanding musical achievement. Mr. Coblens furthered his musical education at Indiana University where he studied piano performance with Dr. Joanna Goldstein.
Since 2001 Mr. Coblens has been in demand as a teacher, developing students known for the quality of their playing and singing, many of whom have been winners of numerous local and state competitions. Mr. Coblens has been seen in much community and regional theatre productions including Cabaret, Evita, Grease, Damn Yankees, and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, where he played the title role. Currently, Mr. Coblens is enjoying teaching piano and voice at the Adriana Zabala Voice & Music Academy. Email: Zack@zackcoblens.com