Peisha McPhee

Peisha has been charming international audiences for several years with her expressive and versatile voice. With a style that has been called " a return to cabaret elegance and sophistication,"…

Album art for Out Of The Blue

About Peisha McPhee…

Peisha has been charming international audiences for several years with her expressive and versatile voice. With a style that has been called " a return to cabaret elegance and sophistication," and "sometimes sultry and provocative, other times disarmingly comedic." This year, she performed along with many of her cabaret colleagues, including her mentor and friend Julie Wilson, at the West Coast Mabel Mercer Foundation's Cabaret Convention. She is proud to be a part of the new wave of cabaret that has opened its doors for countless creative artists searching for and finding new audiences.

Ms. McPhee was recently recognized by The Discovery Channel's Slice of Life, a television series that profiles today's successful women from all walks of life.

In addition to cabaret, Ms. McPhee has a fruitful theatrical career. She has starred as Julie in numerous productions of Showboat, co-starring opposite Davis Gaines and Donald O'Connor. Other tours include co-starring roles in Guys and Dolls, Man of La Mancha with John McCook, and Fiddler On The Roof opposite Ed Ames and the late Herschel Bernardi. Peisha was recently honored as a guest soloist for the Los Angeles Ovation Awards where she sang a tribute to Stephen Sondheim.

Her debut CD "Out of the Blue" (LML Music) has received critical acclaim from Playbill's national theatre magazine, stating "she brings rare passion to American standards."

While in Los Angeles, Peisha also serves as Artistic Director of the Cabaret Performance Workshop, as well as maintaining a successful private practice teaching vocal technique and performance.