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Madelyn Dundon - Timeless Artist

Madelyn Dundon is an actress, singer, dancer, and writer. Her vintage style, temperate voice, and eloquent range are reminiscent of a timeless era, spotlighting melodies of the Great American Songbook and memories of stylized greats in the musical developments of the twentieth century.

Miss Dundon began her vocal training under Lou Lanza at Moravian College in Bethlehem, PA, where she studied music theory, classical voice, and jazz vocals.

Her film work includes Daniel Roebuck's Getting Grace (2019), Lucky Louie (2023), and the upcoming The Ruse (TBD) from Writer/Director Stevan Mena. Miss Dundon was awarded Best Actress at the Northeast Film Festival for Getting Grace (2019). 

Miss Dundon performs and records with incomparable pianist Matt Asti in the duo, Two for Tea - part of the Satsuma Collective

Having studied privately under Laura Knoop Very while attending West Virginia University on a full fine arts scholarship, Miss Dundon's classical repertoire includes the French art songs of Mozart, Erik Satie, and Claude Debussy.


Although her technique is classically-based, Miss Dundon's preferred genre of song has always been American MidCentury Jazz. Her study and practice of the Great American Songbook - in its entirety -  has been amongst her most cherished artistic endeavors. Miss Dundon aspires to utilize her passion for history, storytelling, and music, showcasing the romantic remnants of the last century to audiences alike. 

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