Monica Mancini

Born 1952.
Monica Mancini


Monica Mancini (born 1952) is a double-Grammy nominated, American recording artist and concert performer for Concord Records. She is the daughter of the late film composer Henry Mancini and studio singer Ginny O'Conner Mancini. She has worked and performed with various artists including Stevie Wonder, Take 6, Plácido Domingo, Horace Silver, Quincy Jones and Michael Jackson.

Her albums include 'Ultimate Mancini', 'Cinema Paradiso', 'Monica Mancini' and 'Dreams of Johnny Mercer'. Her voice was heard on the soundtrack of the 2002 film Ghost Ship when she sang 'Senza Fine'. [2]

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