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Feinstein's at the Nikko welcomes Adam & Anthony Live, starring Adam Pascal & Anthony Rapp, original stars of the Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning rock musical, RENT which is celebrating its 20th Anniversary. For this special intimate club engagement, original RENT stars Adam & Anthony come together in a pop/rock evening celebrating their individual musical careers as well as the Broadway cultural hit, RENT. Both stars come to Feinstein's at The Nikko direct from current Broadway star-turns: Anthony Rapp in Broadway's If/Then (currently on a National tour) and Adam currently starring in the hit musical Disaster. These two friends will share stories about the hit show that brought them together 20 years ago and perform songs from the Pulitzer Prize-winning show, as well as their individual material.
Amy Hānaiali'i, Hawaii's top-selling female vocalist of all time, will bring aloha to Feinstein's at the Nikko this holiday season. Continuing the tradition of her ancestral roots, Hānaiali'i will take audiences on a musical journey – from 1930s New York City, to the silver screen of Hollywood, to the golden age of the Rat Pack, to present day Hawaii. Blending these genres with her contemporary original compositions, Hānaiali'i will also perform classic Christmas songs in Hawaiian.
Business Casual is rapidly becoming a fixture in the Bay Area vocal music scene. As their name suggests, Business Casual combines unexpected musical styles to produce fresh a cappella versions of vintage chart toppers and today's hits. Featuring powerful leads, floor thumping bass, and sizzling beats, you won't believe that this group is using only their voices! Business Casual explores a wide range of genres including funk, folk, pop, soul, swing, and R&B, guaranteeing that there is something for everyone in their energetic, all-ages shows.
Prime Time is an award - winning jazz - centered contemporary a cappella group from the Bay Area that specializes in heartfelt singing, exquisite musicianship, and an approachable, honest performance style. Separately, the singers have decades of experience spanning multiple styles and cultures. Together, they have one goal - to let the music shine in and through them, as they reach out to touch, inspire, and entertain the listeners.
Broadway veteran Franc D'Ambrosio returns to Feinstein's at the Nikko for one performance of his acclaimed show, I'll Be Seein' Youz…A Bronx Boy's Musical Perspective of World War II. Featuring lively tunes made popular between 1939–1946, the evening will also include charismatic stories from Mr. D'Ambrosio's colorful Italian family.
Franc D'Ambrosio is best known as "The Iron Man of the Mask" having played the title role in Andrew Lloyd Webber's Tony Award winning musical The Phantom of the Opera for more than 2300 performances; a record he held for a decade. From this notoriety, D'Ambrosio was cast by Barry Manilow as the lead in his touring production of Copacabana.
Jim Brickman, award-winning songwriter and pianist, brings his most entertaining and romantic concert of the year, Pure Piano: The Greatest Hits. Brickman's engaging stage presence seamlessly blends emotion and humor with music that touches the heart. Brickman leads the audience on a personal escape with stirring solo piano and vocal collaborations, including hits like "Angel Eyes," "Valentine," "If You Believe" and "Love of My Life." Jim Brickman in concert strikes the perfect balance of musical intimacy, compelling storytelling and a personal connection with every audience member.
Following two previous sold-out engagements, Jonathan Poretz returns to Feinstein's at the Nikko with his newest show, Sinatra, Dino, Darin & Davis – When Vegas Was Vegas! Backed by the six-piece Fil Lorenz Orchestra, Poretz will recreate the heyday of a young Las Vegas, bringing a 60s vibe to the Feinstein's at the Nikko stage. His authentic, big band arrangements of everyone's favorite songs from the vast catalogs of Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Bobby Darin and Sammy Davis, Jr, includes such celebrated songs as "I've Got You Under My Skin," "I've Got the World On a String," "Ain't That A Kick In The Head," "Everybody Loves Somebody,""Beyond The Sea," "Mack The Knife," "Mr. Bojangles," "Candy Man," "My Way," New York, New York," and many more. This show is a swingin' big band tribute to the icons of a generation and the men who transformed a desert's heat into an oasis of cool.
Although still considered the Bay Area's best kept jazz secret, Kenny Washington has managed to earn a stellar reputation among his peers like trumpeter Wynton Marsalis, pianist Geoffrey Keezer, vibraphonist Joe Locke as well as singers Kim Nalley and Mark Murphy who declared "Kenny's got the gift." The Pacific Mambo Orchestra featured Washington on their eponymous 2014 Grammy-winning album and Joe Locke designed a gorgeous program of standards around him on" For the Love of You" (El Music).
Direct from her Tony Award-nominated role in Roundabout Theater Company's critically-acclaimed Broadway revival of She Loves Me, Tony Award winner Laura Benanti returns to Feinstein's at the Nikko with her new show, Tales from Soprano Isle. In this humorous evening, Benanti will perform songs from throughout her celebrated career, as well as share stories and personal anecdotes from her life on and off the stage!
She took the Broadway stage by storm at age 18 as Maria in The Sound of Music opposite Richard Chamberlain and won the 2008 Tony Award for Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical in Gypsy also starring Patti LuPone with Direction by Arthur Laurents. Other Broadway credits include Women of the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown (Tony Nomination) In the Next Room or The Vibrator Play, The Wedding Singer, Nine starring Antonio Banderas, Swing! (Tony Nomination), and Stephen Sondheim's Into the Woods (Tony Nomination)
The sumptuously talented Leanne Borghesi returns to Feinstein's at the Nikko in her new comedic show, BDSM (Beautiful Dirty Sexy Me). Borghesi returns with a twist, whipping her strengths, truths, fears and desires into shape with a daring new solo show! Under the direction of- Nicolas Minas (NYC), this powerhouse femme leads the audience through songs from prim and proper to sexy from the 20's- 40's, Broadway, Jazz & Pop, with significant focus on the original Red Hot Mama- Sophie Tucker. Accomplished Musical Director, Michael Ferreri (NYC) joins the evening to lead a swingin' trio featuring SF's finest- Roberta Drake on drums. A one of a kind comedic musical evening not to miss
Feinstein's at the Nikko is pleased to present the acclaimed Los Angeles musical theatre series A Little New Music. This fast paced presentation of the best new or unheard musical theatre songs is performed by a talented cast of West Coast performers and is guaranteed to not only entertain but to keep your finger on the pulse of the future of the artform.
Since 2013, A Little New Music has introduced an impressive array of over 150 songs by established and emerging composers alike, presented by stars of stage and screen including Tony Award winner Daisy Eagan (The Secret Garden); Tony Award Winning Writer Jeff Marx (Avenue Q); Tony, Drama Desk and Emmy nominee John Tartaglia (Avenue Q, Shrek the Musical); Tony Award Nominee Kevin Chamberlin (Seussical the Musical, Disaster The Musical) Shoshana Bean (Wicked); Eric Peterson (Shrek the Musical); Barrett Foa (25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee; NCIS: Los Angeles) Nicole Parker (Wicked, MADtv) and Michael Sheppard (Little Shop of Horrors).
Believe it or not Lucie Arnaz is celebrating more than 50 years in show business. She began her long career in a recurring role on The Lucy Show opposite her mother Lucille Ball before becoming a series regular on Here's Lucy and later starring in The Lucie Arnaz Show and Sons & Daughters. In 2001 Lucie and her brother, Desi Arnaz, executive produced the I Love Lucy 50th Anniversary Special which received an Emmy Nomination.
On the big screen Lucie has has starred opposite Neil Diamond and Sir Laurence Olivier in The Jazz Singer for which she received a Golden Globe Nomination.
Feinstein's at the Nikko continues the celebration of Composer and Lyricist Jerry Herman with a concert production of Mame on the 50th Anniversary of this beloved musical which won three Tony Awards including nod for Best Performances by a Leading and Featured Actress for Angela Lansbury and Bea Arthur.
Based on the book "Auntie Mame" Mame is set in new York during the Great Depression and tells the story of Mame Dennis, an eccentric bohemian whose life is interrupted when she becomes the guardian for her nephew Patrick.
Meg Mackay, Jesse Cortez and Sharon McNight lead our cast that also features Darlene Popovic, Laura Arthur, Branden Noel Thomas and Teresa Attridge.
Melissa O'Keefe returns to Feinstein's at the Nikko for one glamorously star-studded night with the premiere of her brand new cabaret, When I Get Famous.
Exploring the wild world of fame and celebrity (in a glitzy, tongue-in-cheek fashion!), When I Get Famous is an intimate cabaret affair, featuring a selection of vintage and contemporary jazz, pop, rock and musical theatre showstoppers.
Paradox Vocal Band, having just celebrated their two year anniversary, is a professional San Francisco a cappella group, singing original arrangements and mash-ups of the current hits on the Billboard Hot 100.
Ro Sham Bo is a dynamic sextet singing original arrangements of jazz, latin, and funk tunes, all a cappella. This award-winning group has been entertaining the Bay Area for two decades. In 2013, Ro Sham Bo took home the 1st place championship at the SF Bay Area Regional Harmony Sweepstakes.
Ro Sham Bo has performed to sold-out audiences at Anna's Jazz Island and the historic La Pena Cultural Center. You can also find them serenading listeners at the eclectic and personality filled Omega Salvage, the quirky Van Kleef bar in Uptown Oakland and at the family friendly Montclair Farmers Market.
Called the "burly tenor with a big, silvery voice" by Variety, Ronan Tynan, accompanied by his long time pianist Bill Lewis, bring to Feinstein's at the Nikko a repertoire that is diverse as it is entertaining: a mix of Irish, selections from the great American songbook, contemporary, as well as newly written material. The New York Times recognizes Tynan's "unornamented singing as distinct relief, who lets the lines of familiar melodies soar without fancy embellishment."
Introduced to American audiences in 1999 as a member of The Irish Tenors, Tynan continues to perform throughout the United States and record new material as a solo artist. In addition, he is currently the Alltech Visiting Artist in Residence at the University of Kentucky's Opera Theatre program teaching Vocal Performance and Voice and Repertoire classes with a focus in oratorio and opera at the undergraduate and graduate level.
The Singing Bois is a queer pop quartet based in Oakland, California. Part boy band, part Rat Pack, they create spaces for masculine-of-center and POC musicians within new and classic styles such as R&B, soul, rock, jazz, and Latin genres. Twisting gender expectations, they blend musical precision, playful staging, and sexy swagger. Known for their unique interpretations of songs by everyone from Sam Cooke to Selena, The Singing Bois make audible a range of masculinities and tell queer, butch, and trans stories through song.
The Jeanettes are a Bay Area vocal quartet harmonizing to retro hits from iconic artists of the 1950s and 60s such as the Shirelles, the Marvelettes, and the Chordettes. The lively ladies sing in sweet harmony to original arrangements of doo wop, barbershop and girl group favorites. Audiences young and old swoon for their toe tapping beats and eye catching style.
Spencer Day invites you to join him as he travels through a 100 year period of music that has inspired him as a songwriter. This is the premiere of his new show, Western Standard Time, featuring several original compositions, as well as unique takes on songs from artists such as Rufus Wainwright, Paul Simon, Blondie to Gershwin, Cole Porter, and a few one hit wonders. By weaving together music from every decade of the last century, Day reveals how much these songs share in common and have informed his creative sensibility. Spencer is thrilled to return to San Francisco to perform this unique showcase for the first time ever!
Pop, jazz and blues Phenom Suede has been described like "Adele meets Diana krall meets Bette Midler-sassy, smooth and intoxicating." No pressure, right? Please. she was Joan Rivers' opening act, people. She's up to it. Expect to be swooned. Expect to be moved to tears. Expect to laugh. Expect the unexpected in her show Anything could Happen.
Suede plays piano, guitar and trumpet but voice is her first instrument and entertaining is clearly her first love. She is a consummate performer and song stylist celebrating her 25th year as an independent artist on her own label, Easily Suede Music.
After four previous sold-out engagements, Bay Area favorite, Tom Reardon, returns to Feinstein's at the Nikko with a brand–new show, The Ladies Who Lunch – a tribute to the great women who have graced the Broadway stage and our lives. Reardon will be joined on-stage by The Ladies: Eryn Allen (Musical Director), Roberta Drake (drums), Deborah Del Mastro (trumpet), Carolyn Walter (saxophone), and Amanda Wu (bass). Special guests include Morgan Breedveld and Jessica Fisher. Choreography is provided by Leslie Waggoner. Daren A.C. Carollo produces and directs.