Concord Records recording artist and double-Grammy nominee Monica Mancini, daughter of famed film composer Henry Mancini and the notable studio singer Ginny O'Conner Mancini, has carved out an impressive career as a concert performer, appearing with major symphony orchestras worldwide, including the Chicago Symphony, the New York Pops, the Boston Pops, the Dallas Symphony, the Seattle Symphony, and the London Metropolitan Orchestra.
In summer 2010, Monica Mancini will release her fifth album, I've Loved These Days, a collection of classic '60s songs featuring the original artists, including Stevie Wonder, Brian Wilson, and Jackson Browne, with arrangements for full orchestra. Composer John Williams writes: "Monica Mancini brings her talent, musicality, and most of all, love to the music, and proves that the passage of musical genes didn't stop with the Bachs, Strausses, or Ellingtons!"
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