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L-O-V-E: A Celebration Of Nat Cole is Coming to St. George Theatre for Two Special Shows

Join in for 'L-O-V-E: A Celebration of Nat King Cole' at the St. George Theatre. Experience the incredible talent of Alex Leonard and the Sutton Place Trio as they pay tribute to this iconic musician. Limited seating available. Get your tickets now!

65 Piece Orchestra Accompanies Youth Violinists in Free Concert Honoring Late Music Teacher

The Richmond County Orchestra presents a FREE concert, Sunday, October 16, 3 p.m. at St. John's University, Staten Island Campus, 300 Howard Avenue, Grymes Hill, Staten Island, celebrating the life of Louis Siani, a RCO board member, an orchestra leader and Staten Island music teacher. 

Photos: Eric Yves Garcia Opens at The Pierre Hotel

Manhattanites who yearn for the music and ambience of a Cafe Society piano lounge now have a location and entertainer to hang with.  If an Omar Sharif or Rudolph Valentino could play great piano and sing the American Songbook they would have been Eric Yves Garcia who opened at The Pierre Hotel’s 2 E Lounge last night, and he’ll be there every Thursday from 6:00 to 9:00 PM. 

The Sutton Place Trio to Perform at Urban Stage

The Sutton Place Trio has a New York sensibility reminiscent of the combos that filled the nightlife, clubs and hotels of the Manhattan skyline. Performances include jazz and original music influenced in the classic style by composers and performers such as Cole Porter, Jerome Kern, George Gershwin, Nat 'King' Cole & Duke Ellington,

Urban Stages to Present WINTER RHYTHMS With Steve Ross, Richard Skipper & More

Urban Stages has announced its 13th annual awarding-winning cabaret series, Winter Rhythms, returning live to its 30th Street theater December 7th through December 19th and benefiting Urban Stages' Outreach, Arts in Education programs.

The Sutton Place Trio to Perform at Pangea

The Sutton Place Trio featuring pianist/vocalist Alex Leonard, bassist Jay Leonhart and guitarist Al Gafa will be appearing at Pangea, Wednesday July 28, 2021 at 6 pm.

Steve Ross and Jean Brassard's Bastille Day Show ALLONS ENFANTS Extended at Pangea

 “Allons Enfants,” a Bastille Day celebration masterminded by Steve Ross and Jean Brassard, with special guests Karen Akers and Stephanie Biddle, which premieres on Wednesday July 14 at 8:30pm, is being forced to extend due to popular demand. 

PANGEA Announces Summer Programming

The beloved East Village supper club Pangea, 178 Second Avenue, is filling its summer schedule with a number of new, on-going series in addition to its regular line-up of alt-cabaret stars. 

Pangea Announces Summer Programming and Return to Live Performances

The beloved East Village supper club Pangea, which came perilously close to closing during COVID, is announcing a mixture of ticketed and no-cover entertainment during the summer.  The announcement comes as Pangea earns the prestigious Village Award, presented by Village Preservation at their 31st annual meeting on Wednesday June 16.

LA MUSICA DOLCE Presents The Italian Influence In The Great American Songbook

Italy has been a great source of inspiration in American culture, art and politics. This influence can be heard in the musical contribution of composers and performers of the great American songbook.

Alex Leonard is Joined By Al Gafa and Jay Leonhart For 'Jazz At Kitano'

Pianist/vocalist Alex Leonard will be joined by guitarist Al Gafa and bassist Jay Leonhart for an evening of jazz at the Kitano. Wednesday, April 29, 2020. The Kitano, 66 Park Ave (at East 38th) New York, NY 10016 Two sets: 8PM and 10PM. Cover $18/$20 minimum Res: 212-885-7119.

The American Popular Song Society Celebrates the Music Of Harry Warren With Alex Leonard in Honor of Italian History Month

In celebration of Italian history month the 'American Popular Song Society' presents the music of Harry Warren (Salvatore Guaragna), a composer of Italian descent and major contributor to the Great American Songbook.

The American Popular Song Society Celebrates the Music Of Harry Warren With Alex Leonard in Honor of Italian History Month

In celebration of Italian history month the 'American Popular Song Society' presents the music of Harry Warren (Salvatore Guaragna), a composer of Italian descent and major contributor to the Great American Songbook.

BWW Review: Alex Leonard Celebrates Nat King Cole with L-O-V-E at Pangea

Alex Leonard is a classy performer. His relaxed, minimalist style and adherence to vocals as written take one back to an agreeable past. Jazz riffs weave around rather than obscure melody. Lyric meaning is gracefully maintained. Aided and abetted by expert veterans Jay Leonhart on bass and Al Gafa on guitar, Leonard saluted the great Nat King Cole at Pangea on January 18 with a bit of history, a couple of illuminating anecdotes, and signature songs.

Alex Leonard to Celebrate Nat King Cole in 'L-O-V-E' at Pangea

Alex Leonard will present 'L-O-V-E: A Celebration of Nat King Cole' on Today, January 18, 2017 at 7:30 PM at Pangea.

Alex Leonard Stars in L-O-V-E: A CELEBRATION of NAT KING COLE

Nat King Cole, one of the most identifiable voices in American popular music was also one of jazz's finest pianists. His unique sound and remarkable sense of swing led him to be a major influence and inspiration. Having sold 50 million records in his lifetime the Capitol Records building in Hollywood is still referred to today as, 'The House that Nat Built'. Despite his stardom in music and television he often encountered a world that was hostile and racist. Despite such personal and professional challenges he projected enormous dignity with the power of his talent, grace and gentle demeanor.

Alex Leonard to Celebrate Nat King Cole in 'L-O-V-E' at Pangea

Alex Leonard will present 'L-O-V-E: A Celebration of Nat King Cole' on Wednesday, January 18, 2017 at 7:30 PM at Pangea.

Alex Leonard presents: A TRIBUTE TO GENTLEMAN JOHN BUNCH 9/28

A uniquely talented and gifted jazz pianist, jazz critic and writer George Simon called John Bunch, "The Fred Astaire of the piano". This performance celebrates the life and career of John Bunch from his days growing up in the small farming community of Tipton Indiana, his heroic service during World War II to his days of accompanying a who's who list of artists including Tony Bennett and Benny Goodman.

Pianist/Vocalist Alex Leonard Presents A TRIBUTE TO 'GENTLEMAN' JOHN BUNCH Today

A uniquely talented and gifted jazz pianist, jazz critic and writer George Simon called John Bunch, 'The Fred Astaire of the piano'. This performance celebrates the life and career of John Bunch from his days growing up in the small farming community of Tipton Indiana, his heroic service during World War II to his days of accompanying a who's who list of artists including Tony Bennett and Benny Goodman.

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