A unique and intimate cabaret – featuring the Maestro’s daughter Jamie Bernstein with Grammy-garlanded Janis Siegel, baritone Michael Kelly, and pianist Yaron Gershovsky, long-time musical director of The Manhattan Transfer. A glorious celebration of songs such as “Ohio,” “Pass the Football,” and “One Hundred Easy Ways to Lose a Man” – and the stories behind them.
New York City in the 1980s witnessed the establishment of several organizations founded by and for Black gay men. Among these organizations were two writing groups, the Blackheart Collective and Other Countries, both with ties to Greenwich Village. A Zoom webinar with Kevin McGruder, Associate Professor of History at Antioch College in Yellow Springs, Ohio.
The Village Trip GuitarFest assembles a formidable group of guitarists from all over the tri-state region for a 3-day festival of new and old music for guitars, beginning with a tribute to the late Scott Johnson with a performance of his "Bowery Haunt", a wild ride for two electric guitars.
Among the finest guitarists of all time” (American Record Guide), David Leisner will perform three solos written for him by Chester Biscardi, Laura Kaminsky and Bun-Ching Lam. Guitarist Xingxing Yao, from Hangzhou performs Mel Powell; Chilean guitarist Sebastian Molina, Bowers Fader Duo, and more…
Poet Mascha Kaléko is your guide to an afternoon of song and chamber music that explores the themes of loss, isolation and displacement common to so many refugees. Soprano Sharon Harms is joined by pianist Joan Forsyth and guitarist William Anderson to perform music by Dawe, Hailstork, Pollock and more.