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The Cell To Present MY LITTLE WICKED WAYS: THE MUSIC OF DANIEL FELSENFELD As Part Of Ongoing Residency Series

The Cell To Present MY LITTLE WICKED WAYS: THE MUSIC OF DANIEL FELSENFELD As Part Of Ongoing Residency Series

Nancy Manocerian's the cell is proud to present an evening of vocal music by resident artist Daniel Felsenfeld entitled My Little Wicked Ways as a part of the cell's continuing 2018 residency series. The event will be held on November 30th at 7:00PM at the cell (338 West 23rd St. New York, NY 10011). Tickets are $15 and available on Eventbrite.

The evening will feature Chelsea Feltman, Kacey Cardin, Kayleigh Butcher (voice) with Mila Henry and Lana Norris (piano)

Daniel Felsenfeld (b.1970) has been commissioned and performed by Simone Dinnerstein, Two Sense, Opera on Tap, Metropolis Ensemble, American Opera Projects, NANOWorks Opera, Great Noise Ensemble Da Capo Chamber Players, ACME, REDSHIFT, Blair McMillen, Stephanie Mortimore, New Gallery Concert Series at Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, BAM, Kennedy Center, Le Poisson Rouge, City Winery, Galapagos Art Space, The Stone, Jordan Hall, Duke University, Stanford University and Harvard University. He has also worked with Jay-Z, The Roots, Keren Ann, and is the court composer for John Wesley Harding's Cabinet of Wonders. Raised in the outlying suburbs of Los Angeles, he lives in Brooklyn.

the cell (Founding Artistic Director Nancy Manocherian and Artistic Director Kira Simring) is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the incubation and presentation of new works by emerging artists. Founded in 2006, the cell has produced over a dozen critically acclaimed world premiere productions of new plays and musicals includingThe Evolution of Mann, Bastard Jones (Drama Desk Nomination), Crackskull Row (NY Times Critic's Pick), Horse Girls, Hard Times: An American Musical and more. The cell also features the jazz @ the cell series and has served as a home base for a large community of resident artists and organizations such as Blackboard Reading Series, Artists Without Walls (AWOW), Irish American Writers and Artists (AWOW), Sybarite5, Tribeca New Music, and New York Theatre Barn.

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