Spider Saloff to Perform BERLIN IN SWINGTIME at Logan Center Performance Penthouse, 4/5
On April 5, 2014 at 8pm, celebrated chanteuse Spider Saloff will present Berlin In Swingtime, a rare performance that explores the life and songs of Irving Berling, with Chicago's Jeremy Kahn at the piano. The performance is presented in partnership with KMP Artists and UChicago Arts at Logan Center's Performance Penthouse.
Among her 7 official concert offerings, Spider Saloff''s, "The Memory of All That" is one of the rare officially sanctioned acts of the Gershwin Centennial.
As a guest vocalist, Ms. Saloff has performed with symphony orchestras across the country. She had the honor of preforming the American Premiere of "So This Is Love", a newly discovered song by the great Billy Strayhorn. Saloff received a special citation for her musical contributions from NARAS (the presenter of the Grammy Awards). Spider Saloff has recorded and performed with jazz luminaries as the late great Les Paul, and current stars, Michael Feinstein, Mark Murphy and Dick Hyman.
Television and radio credits include The Bonnie Hunt Show (CBS), The Steve Baskerville Show (CBS), Centerstage (PBS), Artbeat (PBS), Words & Music (syndicated series, 57 episodes), a one-hour feature on the Noteworthy Women series (Public Radio), and Studs Terkel (WMFT). For more information, visit www.spidersaloff.com.
For tickets, visit http://ticketsweb.uchicago.edu/shows/logan%20center%20penthouse%20salon-%20spider%20saloff/info or call 773.702.ARTS (2787) today.
Photo Credit: Spider Saloff