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Idina Menzel

Wednesday, February 02, 2011

Singer Idina Menzel discusses her latest CD, "I Stand," and her New York Philharmonic debut February 5—where she’ll be performing selections from "Rent," "Wicked," classic pop, and songs from “I Stand.”

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Idina Menzel
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Comments [3]

jennifer hall from millbrook ny

I enjoyed this interview very much. As an admirer of Idina and serious follower of her music, I enjoyed all you spoke about.
I would love more info on the summer camp. I would like to offer my services as a Nurse if you are looking for volunteers.
I enjoyed Count Bassie last night and i am going to lincoln hall saturday. A big fan as i said.
The evening was wonderful and she is amazing!!!!! God Bless. i want to see the devorah released story and all, I am not jewish but its my favorite!!!
Jennifer hall

Feb. 04 2011 03:55 PM
Christina M from Grand Junction, Colorado

I love Idina Menzel. Such a stand up person! Totally one of my personal heroes.

Feb. 02 2011 10:58 PM
Bernard from Bronx

I'd like to register a complaint. But first a genuine compliment: Leonard has the best interview show on radio, period. This guy either has a crack team of producers or he is the best read person on radio. I suspect it's a bit of both. Now my complaint: there is not enough diversity in the guest he selects. I am sure there are interesting black,Chinese, Hispanic New Yorkers to choose from so let's hear from them.
I will continue to be a fan of the show whether Leonard and his producers take up my advice or not.

Feb. 02 2011 01:10 PM

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