Solo Singer Annie Moore

Annie Moore solo singer at german international school campus fundraising concert FI

Mrs. Annie Moore is the maker of “The Berlin Girl.”

German-born Rock Pop Jazz Singer and Songwriter Annie Moore, with a base in New York City and Nashville, perform German, American, and international songs on US-American stages throughout the country. She is a former vocal student and cover model at the prestigious Juilliard School and is actively involved in several music educational causes in New York City and Nashville. With her extensive stage experience as the writer, performer, and record producer of the One Woman Marlene Dietrich Show “The Berlin Girl,” Annie conveys German music most entertainingly, so you will want to come back and listen again!

Annie is also active as a German translator (lahrvonleitisacademy.eu) and as a German tutor where she teaches German based on classical as well as contemporary music to children from the earliest age of 10 months on at her German music program called “The Schumann Conservatory.” (schumannconseratory.com).


Enjoy an outstanding evening at Old World for our first building concert.

Please order below your concert tickets and corporate sponsor tables.


PAST PERFORMANCE IN BERLIN GIRL: ANNIE MOORE sings MARLENE DIETRICH

The Cutting Room New York

“The Berlin Girl” returns to New York City to bring back the spirit and story of German-born Hollywood legend and humanitarian Miss Marlene Dietrich.

​The project initially started as a gift to the people of the Upper East Side, who welcomed Annie Moore Schumann with open arms in 2016. Today, it is a stage show for everyone. We invite people worldwide to join Ms. Schumann for an unforgettable night of German, American, and French music in New York City.

“The Berlin Girl ” is entertainment at its best. Through telling Marlene Dietrich’s story, from the end of the Weimar Republic, Marlene’s farewell from Berlin, the years of entertaining Allied troops, to Marlene’s cry of love for the French actor Jean Gabin, the audience is given a glimpse into Berlin the United States as they were in the 1930s and 40s.


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