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Cabaret on the Hudson Series Comes to Irvington Town Hall Theater in December


The performance will be held on Sunday, December 11 at 3pm. Cabaret on the Hudson is a series that features three outstanding cabaret performers or small groups, each bringing a 25 minute sampling of their New York City cabaret shows to Westchester, NY. Many of the performers are Broadway veterans and have performed in New York City venues such as 54 BELOW, the Oak Room at the Algonquin, Birdland, Feinstein's at Loews Regency, Iridium, the Metropolitan Room and Jazz at Lincoln Center to name a few. Cabaret on the Hudson will be hosted by multi-nominated Cabaret singer and host of the Music at the Mansion series, Corinna Sowers Adler and will feature Matt Baker on piano.

Cabaret on the Hudson will run on two Sundays for the 2016 - 2017 season: December 11 and April 9, all at 3pm. The featured artists for the December 11 performance will be Natalie Natalie Arneson, Matt Baker and Natalie Douglas. Tickets are $20 in advance and $23 at the door.

Natalie Arneson won the 2016 "Best Female Debut" award from the Manhattan Association of Clubs and Cabarets for her show "Mama Drama." She appears regularly at 54 Below in their "Sondheim Unplugged" series. Her current show, "I Love Being Here With You", with pianist Matt Baker, celebrates the original material of singer/songwriter Peggy Lee.

Australian born Jazz Pianist/Vocalist Matt Baker has performed jazz festivals, clubs and concert halls in Australia, Europe, USA and the Pacific Rim. As of 2010, he is now proud to call New York City his home. Baker recorded his 5th album Almost Blue (via JazzElm Music), with producer Matt Pierson, released in June 2016. His previous album Underground received rave reviews in Downbeat, Jazz Times and Jazz Wise UK, and reached #26 on the US JazzWeek charts. Matt Baker was an award winner in the 2003 Montreux International Solo Jazz Piano competition and a semi-finalist in 2004 and 2005. A student of Taylor Eigsti's since moving to New York, Matt watched Oscar Peterson perform live an entire week at the Blue Note, which he recounts as being as great a lesson as any! Baker has also studied with Mulgrew Miller, Benny Green, Fred Hersch, Aaron Goldberg, Jacky Terrasson, James Williams, Ralph Sutton and Ella Fitzgerald's life-long accompanist Paul Smith.
Seven-time MAC Award Winner Natalie Douglas is also a Nightlife, Backstage Bistro, 2014 Margaret Whiting Award & 2016 Donald F. Smith Award Winner. This popular artist & educator has spent the last few years bringing her concerts, workshops & Master Classes to audiences & students across the USA, Europe & South America. Her recent NYC performances have included: Carnegie Hall, Birdland, Café Carlyle, Town Hall, and Jazz at Lincoln Center's Appel Room and Rose Hall. Internationally, Natalie has brought crowds to their feet in Montenegro, Greece, Italy, Spain, Corsica, Puerto Vallarta, London, Buenos Aires, Cancun, Turkey, Mazatlan, Belize, & Germany. Natalie's much anticipated third album, Human Heart was released in March 2016. It's available along with her other CDs, To Nina-Live at Birland & Not that Different. Natalie has a Bachelor's Degree from USC in Theatre and Women's Studies and holds a Master's Degree from UCLA in Psychology and Theatre. Natalie looks forward to her annual New Year's Eve Concert at the Duplex Cabaret Theatre in this its 18th year and her return to . She also Birdland with her hit show, "Stevie Songs: the music of Stevie Nicks & Stevie Wonder" in January.

Series hostess, singer/actress Corinna Sowers Adler, Bloomfield resident and Founding Artistic Director of NiCori Studios and Productions, Corinna Sowers Adler was honored be a 2015 and 2016 nominee for the first ever Tony Award for Excellence in Theater Education. Ms. Sowers Adler made her Jazz at Lincoln Center debut on the Rose Theater stage as a featured singer at the 24th Annual Cabaret Convention and ap- peared again in the 25th and 27th Annual Cabaret Convention presented by The Mabel Mercer Foundation. Before moving to the New York City area in 2009, Ms. Sowers Adler served for ten years as the director of theater for the Wilkes University Conservatory, where she grew a program from its inception to a roster of nearly 1,000 students. For four years she also held the position of artistic director of children's theater at the Historic Pocono and Bucks County Playhouses, directing and casting more than 40 shows each season. She recently debuted a new solo show in The Appel Room at Jazz at Lincoln Center entitled, "Something Beautiful" which garnered her rave reviews from the Huffington Post.

Audiences are invited to arrive in Irvington early to make it a true experience by visiting one of the many local restaurants for lunch pre-show.

Cabaret on the Hudson tickets are $20 each in advance or $23 at the door and are available by calling 914-591-6602 or by visiting

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