Award-winning singer, recording and cabaret artist Marissa Mulder – who Time Out New York called “One of the cabaret world’s biggest breakout successes of the past five years”—is appearing live on Mother’s Day, Sunday, May 9 at Ribbon 72. On the piano is acclaimed music director, Jon Weber.
Indoor dining guests (between 1 pm-5 pm) will experience this free live performance of I’ll Follow The Sun, the songs of John and Lennon and Paul McCartney performed. The set times for I’ll Follow The Sun are 1:30 pm and 3:30 pm. Additional sets for the event will include songs from Broadway and The Great American Songbook. Ribbon 72 is located at 20 W 72nd Street, New York, NY (212)787-5656 https://www.theribbonnyc.com/
Join Stearns Matthews on Sat. May 8th at 7 pm at Music at the Mansion Porch Performances Series at Oakside Cultural Center in Bloomfield, NJ, produced by NiCori Studios and Productions. He’ll be joined by pianist Dan Espie to present version 2.0 of the Stephen Sondheim show previously shown a couple of weeks ago online. Tickets HERE.
The Callaway Sisters have happy news! Ann Hampton Callaway and Liz Callaway are doing a live Zoom concert together on Sunday, May 23rd at 7:00PM ET titled “The Callaway Sisters: SIDE BY SIDE”, (meaning, they’ll be singing, while actually sitting next to each other at Ann’s piano, at her house in Tucson!) Tickets HERE
Nicole Henry has a new show featuring jazz standards that originated as Broadway tunes. Join her and her band for “IT NEVER ENTERED MY MIND” – Wednesday, MAY 12, 2021 at Broward Center for the Performing Arts
presented by Gold Coast Society Click here for tix & details
For those who missed the 2021 Bistro Awards piece of DTM’s Sidney Myer, by Michael Lee Stever. . . here it is!
You Are Here, a public sculpture, sound, and live performance installation at Lincoln Center, conceived by Andrea Miller, award-winning choreographer and artistic director of movement-based production company GALLIM. The commission is supported by the Arnhold Dance Innovation Fund (ADIF) and will be presented as part of Restart Stages, beginning July 14, 2021.
In a process that invites co-creation with the Lincoln Center site and local New York community, Miller continues her investigation of the human pursuit of understanding through the alchemy of performance in this ambitious work that focuses on processing this past year. Throughout the end of July, the campus will become a site for communion as we find our way through a pandemic and multiple civic crises. Restart Stages is part of the SNF-Lincoln Center Agora Initiative with the Stavros Niarchos Foundation (SNF), which activates outdoor space through artistic and community initiatives that speak to our current moment and reimagines public space for a new era.