BIOGRAPHY

Music is life itself. What would this world be  without good music? No matter what kind it is.                                                     ~ Louis Armstrong
 

Michael Kaczurak has been performing for over two decades, from National Broadway tours to small jazz cabarets across the globe.

Originally from Pittsburgh, PA, Michael started performing at a young age with The Pittsburgh Boy Choir and as a member of the Civic Light Opera Mini Stars.  He performed the National Anthem numerous times for the Pittsburgh Pirates and Pittsburgh Penguins organizations. 

Michael relocated to New York City, where he was cast in dozens of regional and touring musicals, including: "Oklahoma!" (Curly),, "Grease" (Kenicki), "Little Shop Of Horrors" (Dentist), "Camelot" (Lancelot), and "Bat Boy: The Musical" (Bud/Daisy/Pan).

After touring the United States, Michael performed as a lead vocalist, then a Cruise Director for multiple cruise lines over the next several years, circumnavigating the globe many times over.

A short stay in San Francisco found Michael honing his jazz vocals at The Boom Boom Room and Martuni's Piano Bar.

Relocating to Las Vegas, Michael was selected to perform the National Anthem for the inaugural NHL season of the Vegas Golden Knights.  He can be seen performing around the strip in various clubs and lounges.

Michael's album, "At Last" is available on iTunes, and is currently streaming on Spotify.