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The get up and dance musical celebration! Boogie Stomp! is the largely untold tale of boogie woogie and how it has shaped popular music. Starring two amazing performers, Bob Baldori and Arthur Migliazza, Boogie Stomp! is the story of past and present American musical legends from W.C. Handy to Benny Goodman to Chuck Berry to Macklemore, and the vibrant music that emerges from their lives. Boogie Stomp! is also a critically acclaimed documentary, profiling the adventures and performances of Bob Baldori and Bob Seeley as well as documenting the origins, subsequent history and ongoing development of American Piano Music in all its forms – boogie, blues, jazz, swing, stride, rhythm and blues and rock. Boogie Stomp! also captures the efforts of Bob Baldori, Arthur Migliazza, Bob Seeley and other outstanding keyboard artists not only to preserve "America's forgotten music" but to bring it into the modern age and make it accessible to contemporary audiences.
The Doo Wop Project stars leading cast members from the Tony Award Winning Broadway smash, JERSEY BOYS and MOTOWN, THE MUSICAL. The Doo Wop Project is a night of songs mixed with individual stories and references to their upbringings and experiences in the business, particularly backstage at The August Wilson Theatre, home of Jersey Boys, where the idea for the group was conceived. The concert features classic Doo Wop and the music that was inspired by that sound, honoring songs and groups we hear all the time but maybe more importantly, some that exist only as a memory or somehow got lost along the way or are now relegated to box sets sold on late-night infomercials. Classic hits by every standard for every generation. Features some of the greatest Four Seasons songs as well as Smokey Robinson hits, performed by Tony Nominee, Charl Brown from MOTOWN: THE MUSICAL.
Time Out New York Critic's Pick three years running, ECHOES of ETTA is the Award-winning Etta James tribute starring New York soul-singer William Blake (2014 Bistro and NY Nightlife Award winner for Outstanding Vocalist) with Michael Thomas Murray (Music Director: Forever Dusty, 50 Shades! The Musical). Blake's soulful three-octave range channels Miss James, with Murray, an all-star band, and a trio of sublime back-up singers delivering a no-holds-barred, powerhouse revue that BroadwayWorld calls "One of the best tribute shows of this or any year." Audiences can expect to hear many of their favorite Etta James classics and covers including At Last, Tell Mama, You Can Leave Your Hat On, Take it to the Limit, I'd Rather Go Blind, I Just Want to Make Love to You and Something's Got A Hold On Me, in this musical testimonial to the legend who bridged the gap between Rock 'n' Roll and Rhythm and Blues, Miss Etta James.
See two of HAMILTON'S stars - Tony Award winners Leslie Odom, Jr. (Aaron Burr) and Daveed Diggs (Marquis de Lafayette/Thomas Jefferson) - on the Guild Hall stage.
Here's a Grammy Award-winning musician who will WOW you like no other! A former child prodigy, this young soul-man's splashy guitar playing and grizzled bluesman's voice seems to belong to a forty-year-old blues veteran. He's toured with legends like the Rolling Stones, Buddy Guy, Aerosmith, B.B. King, Jeff Beck and Sting, veering from rock, gospel, jazz, R&B and back to the blues without taking a breath. This blues phenomenon is the real deal!
For over 50 years, South Africa's Ladysmith Black Mambazo has warmed the hearts of audiences worldwide with their uplifting vocal harmonies, signature dance moves and charming onstage banter. During the 1970's Ladysmith Black Mambazo established themselves as the most successful singing group in South Africa. In the mid-1980s, Paul Simon visited South Africa and incorporated the group's rich tenor/alto/bass harmonies into his famous Graceland album – a landmark recording that was considered seminal in introducing world music to mainstream audiences. The group has won four GRAMMY Awards™ and been nominated a total of sixteen times.
Presented as a dramatic musical work, BONE HILL: THE CONCERT is a devised, interdisciplinary theater work inspired by Martha Redbone's family lineage in the Appalachian Mountains. An epic story of one woman's return to her homeland on Black Mountain and the coalmines of Harlan County, KY where her family have dwelled for centuries. Spanning the lives and stories of four generations of women in a Cherokee family Redbone travels back in time to her own childhood and beyond into the memories and tales of her ancestors. It is a story about the family's connection to the land – the simplicity and sacredness of that connection and the ruptures that threaten to extinguish it. The journey brings to light an important piece of American history that has remained untold.
Performing from the New York Philharmonic will be Michelle Kim, Quan Ge, violin; Rebecca Young, Robert Rinehart, viola; Eileen Moon, cello; Philip Myers, horn; and guest artist William Wolfram, piano. Program: MOZART String Quintet in C major, K.515, BRAHMS Scherzo in C minor, from F.A.E. Sonata for Violin and Piano, WoO 2, and BRAHMS Trio in E-flat major for Horn, Violin, and Piano, Op. 40. Musicians from the New York Philharmonic will perform a separate program on Saturday, July 16 at 7pm. Buy tickets to both nights and save $10 per ticket. For more info on this special package, visit the Box Office or call 631.324.4050.
Widely regarded as one of the most brilliant songwriters of her generation, Suzanne Vega emerged as a leading figure of the folk-music revival of the early 1980s when, accompanying herself on acoustic guitar, she sang what has been labeled contemporary folk or neo-folk songs of her own creation in Greenwich Village clubs. Since the release of her self-titled, critically acclaimed 1985 debut album, she has given sold-out concerts in many of the world's best-known halls. Bearing the stamp of a masterful storyteller who "observed the world with a clinically poetic eye," Suzanne's songs have always tended to focus on city life, ordinary people and real world subjects. Notably succinct and understated, often cerebral but also streetwise, her lyrics invite multiple interpretations. In short, Suzanne Vega's work is immediately recognizable, as utterly distinct and thoughtful, and as creative and musical now, as it was when her voice was first heard on the radio over 20 years ago.