Wait, that’s not just a Branson statistic, the phenomenally talented Janice Martin is the world’s only acrobatic aerial violinist! And, at the fantastic Janice Martin Cirque Show, you’ll discover that her skills aren’t limited to aerial arts and the violin, she’s also an accomplished pianist and singer. Her magnetic personality, undeniable beauty and strength, and her command of the stage helps Martin deliver a performance that keeps the rapt attention of every guest lucky enough to be in her audience.
The intriquing Janice Martin hardly seems old enough to have experienced everything found in her life’s resume; she’s spent many years entertaining around the world, most memorably for Branson are her years as the headlining act on the beautiful Showboat Branson Belle. Martin is also Julliard educated and an armed services’ veteran, having served her country in the United States Army. Her time in the military not only aided her in terms of her physical fitness and discipline, she was also able to hone her musical skills while enlisted - she was honored to perform as a premier violin soloist during performances at the White House, the Capitol, and the State Department.
Janice Martin’s undeniable talent has found her performing with famous symphonies, in world-reknown venues, and in big cities everywhere. She’s performed for appreciative audiences in a long list of cities that includes Houston, Milwaukee, Seattle, Detroit, Edmonton, Atlanta, and Portland. She’s played Carnegie Hall, New York’s Avery Fisher Hall, Prague’s Rudolfinum, and Tokyo’s Suntory Hall, and soloed with the European Union Chamber Orchestra, and the New York Symphonic Ensemble. Martin has also been seen on the Discover and History television channels, as well as TV’s most popular performance competition, America’s Got Talent. She’s dazzled judges at other competitions, taking home top prizes at the Washington International Competition and Young Artist International Competition, and she’s even been acknowledged by the Stradivari Society when they awarded her the honorary use of the 1708 Burstein/Bagshawe Stradivarius violin. As if all of these accomplishments weren’t enough, Janice Martin has even taken the time to share her story with young people in her children’s book “How I Learned to Fly.”
In the Janice Martin Cirque Show, her mind-blowing acrobatic displays keep audiences at the edge of their seats, with everyone hoping those silks hold while the precariously balanced acrobat beautifully plays the violin! You’ll see the muti-talented artist convincingly take on a variety of personas, making you believe that the show’s relatively small cast is a whole lot bigger. This is one of those rare productions that’s nearly impossible to adequately describe in words - you simply must see it to believe it...to believe that one diminutive woman could be so incredibly strong, so very flexible, and so delightfully talented as a musician, vocalist, aerialist, and acrobat. Seeing is believing, so let us make it possible for you to “believe” by calling 877-688-3179 for great seats to see the Janice Martin Cirque Show!