Please join us in welcoming Beverly Cosham as our guest blogger for January 2008.
Beverly Cosham has performed her cabaret act at nightspots from Los Angeles to New York via San Antonio, TX and New Haven, CT, as well as Blues Alley, the Kennedy Center, the National Theater, the Omni Shoreham, the Henley Park Hotel, The World Bank, the Lyceum, The Warehouse, CenterStage in Reston, McLean Community Center, and the Lisner Auditorium in Washington, DC. She has twice been guest artist with the Navy Commodores and recorded with them. Beverly has appeared with such jazz luminaries as Clark Terry, Mose Allison, and the Heath Brothers. She has three recordings — Beverly Sings Blue, At Last, and Beverly Cosham Sings Yip Harburg. “Cosham is a rare find, even a phenomenon. Possessed with a voice that is probably one of the best natural instruments that we have heard, Beverly Cosham is thrilling. She brings so much meaning to a lyric” – Leigh Spear, Talk of L.A.
Ms. Cosham has a Master Class, Acting Up A Song, which she has taught at the Actors’ Center, the Kennedy Center, and Catholic University.
Check SongSpeak throughout the month of January for Beverly’s postings about everything cabaret.