Upcoming Music Events
Starry, Starry Night
Broadway Stars Unite
In Support of The Tree House Program
This night of stars will feature Broadway stars Sharon Wheatley, Rob Evan, Scott Coulter, David Benoit, Jessica Hendy, Sarah Uriarte Berry and Brynn O'Malley .
Don’t miss this back by popular demand dazzling night for a worthy cause.
All proceeds will go to the Bereavement Center of Westchester’s Tree House Program.
For questions, please call 914 787-2240
If you are unable to attend but would like to contribute, please visit www.thebereavementcenter.org
Phelps Hospice Presents
Spirit of Jazz - Melissa Sings Abbey and Nina
Grammy award-winning vocalist Melissa Walker will headline the sixth annual Spirit of Jazz concert benefitting Phelps Hospice on Saturday, April 26, at Irvington Town Hall Theater at 8 pm. Ms.Walker will pay tribute to the music of the late singer/songwriters Abbey Lincoln and Nina Simone, accompanied by pianist Oscar Perez and an ensemble of outstanding jazz musicians.
Walker has enjoyed a wide and varied career as a jazz vocalist, with performances at the Kennedy Center Women in Jazz Festival, the New Jersey Performing Arts Center, Joe's Pub and The Jazz Standard in Manhattan. She has opened for the legendary Ray Charles and performed with the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra led by Wynton Marsalis at the Duke Ellington Centennial Celebration.
All proceeds from the Spirit of Jazz concert support Phelps Hospice, a program of Phelps Memorial Hospital Center in Sleepy Hollow that provides professional, compassionate end-of-life services to patients and their families. Established in 1983, Phelps Hospice is the oldest hospice program in Westchester. www.PhelpsHospital.org/Hospice
The classic children's novel brought to musical life!
Written by Tony-nominated composer and lyricist Andrew Lippa (THE ADDAMS FAMILY, BIG FISH) and award-winning book-writer and lyricist Brian Crawley (Violet), A LITTLE PRINCESS is the story of a little girl with a great big imagination. Separated from her father, and the open-hearted Africans who have helped him raise her, young Sara Crewe is sent to boarding school in London. When things go badly for her there, her imaginative powers come to the rescue - helping to transform a drab institution into a place of magic and mystery.
Book and Lyrics by Brian Crawley
Music by Andrew Lippa
Based on the novel by Frances Hodgson Burnett
Directors: Jason Brantman & Fiona Santos
"We need this kind of family musical to bring parents and children to live theatre." -Talkin' Broadway
Appropriate for all ages
Into The Woods
SOMEONE'S BEEN FOOLING WITH OUR FAIRY TALES!
Fairy tales. The bedrock of dreams, psychosis and creativity. Here they spring to witty, gorgeous life through Sondheim's stunning music and lyrics, and Lapine's spell-binding book. A multiple Tony Award-winner, Into the Woods takes the audience to a beguiling and dark place inspired by the Grimm fairy tales.
Among the classic characters that wander the woods searching for fulfillment of their wishes are Cinderella and her wicked stepsisters, Little Red Ridinghood and the Wolf, Rapunzel and her Prince, and Jack, of beanstalk fame. As their fanciful tales intertwine, they are forced to confront what actually happens after "happily ever after."
Book by JAMES LAPINE
Music and Lyrics by STEPHEN SONDHEIM
Director RENE O'NEAL
Musical Director GEORGE CROOM
Assistant Director/Choreographer LILI TOMAS
Producer CAGLE McDONALD
" PIERCES THE HEART AS NO OTHER MUSICAL DOES." -The New York Times
A limited number of FREE tickets are available to POLICE, FIRE and EMS personnel with presentation of departmental ID. Contact box office 914-591-6602
A benefit concert for the Child Abuse Prevention Center of NY*
In a career that now spans two decades, New York duo Pete and Maura Kennedy have traversed a broad musical landscape, surveying power pop, acoustic songwriting, organic rock rooted in their early days in Austin, and a Byrds-inspired jangle that drew the attention of Roger McGuinn, Steve Earle, and most notably Nanci Griffith. The duo co-produced Nanci's latest CD. On their own recent release, "Closer Than You Know," the songs have a quality, inherent in Maura’s voice, that is both soothing and urgent. Rolling Stone says it's “Byrdsy jangle, boy-girl harmonies…irresistible”. As writers and producers, the Kennedys continue to mature, from their early style-conscious pop to today’s burnished sheen. Always tuned to their own muse, Pete and Maura have once again come up with a unique sound that is as uplifting as it is unclassifiable. http://www.kennedysmusic.com
A Rod MacDonald concert is an intimate, authentic, and uplifting experience. From the moment Rod begins to sing, he grabs his audiences and doesn’t let go. By turns wry and sentimental, then tart and silly, his music is infectious and inspiring, often humorous, sometimes reckless, usually thought provoking – and – always compelling, leaving his audiences wanting more. All Music Guide writes ... "one of the most politically and socially aware lyricists of our time." Rod MacDonald's songs have been recorded by Shawn Colvin, Jonathan Edwards, Dave Van Ronk, and 4 Bitchin' Babes. http://www.RodMacDonald.net
Montgomery Delaney has been noted by his fans and peers alike, as one of the most interesting and unusual singer/songwriters in America. "An outstanding songwriter" -- Dirty Linen Magazine". For 30 years, he has entertained thousands of audiences with his beautiful, thoughtful and often provocative songs. " If you get a chance to hear him, do just that!" --New York Times. http://www.MontgomeryDelaney.com
*All net proceeds from tickets sales go to The Child Abuse Prevention Center of NY, Inc., a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization, that seeks to significantly reduce the incidence of child abuse and neglect by providing one-on-one in-home Parent Aide services using trained community volunteers. By lending support, educating and teaching parenting skills to Westchester’s vulnerable families, this program strengthens the parent-child relationship in the home. Unable to attend and would like to contribute? please visit: http://preventchildabuse.net
A contemporary,multi-media, immersive experience, bringing to life the philosophy and vision of Rabindranath Tagore through images, words and dance. Voice –over recorded in English by Bollywood legend Sharmila Tagore
The Man: Rabindranath Tagore
Rabindranath Tagore was born in 1861 in Calcutta, India into a wealthy Brahmin family. He was a Renaissance man, a writer, playwright, songwriter, poet, philosopher and educator. His words evoked great beauty, drawing in the heart and feeding the soul. He gave the world a glimpse of the mysticism and sentimental beauty of Indian culture that left the West hungry for more. He was the first nonwesterner to receive the Nobel Prize for literature and King George V knighted him.
Kushal and Atasi Bose
Sukalayan (Suki) Bhattacharya
Director of Dance
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Broadway Training Center's Spring Recital
Dance, Acting, and Song for the whole family!
Come see our dance, acting, and vocal classes perform the pieces they have been working on throughout the year. Celebrate with our students at this high-energy event for the whole family.
Artistic Directors: Jason Brantman & Fiona Santos
Instructors: Lynne Ciocca, Sarah Hicks, Heather LoSchiavo, Julie Mac, Patricia Santos, John Scacchetti
Appropriate for all ages.
Concert to Benefit the Child Abuse Prevention Center of NY, Inc. *
Tribute to PETE SEEGER & LEE HAYS ('If I Had a Hammer')
We'll celebrate 65 years since The Weavers' very first public performance as well as the inestimable legacies of founder members Pete Seeger (1919-2014) and Lee Hays (1914 -1981) in this his Centenary.
Faithful to the Weavers’ original arrangements, Work o’ the Weavers (David Bernz, James Durst, Mark Murphy & Martha Sandefer) recalls their timeless music and interweaves an edifying narrative to unfold their timely story. Their participatory multimedia program follows the original group’s evolution from the earlier folk revival of the 1930s, through the Almanac Singers to the founding of the Weavers late in ’48; then touches on the blacklist and HUAC testimony, and their triumphant 1955 Carnegie Hall reunion concert which provided a beacon of dignity and hope in the face of the blacklist, and resurrected their music and careers. Featured are not only the beloved familiar songs, but also a few newer — some original, some from friends, some written by former Weavers themselves — that the Weavers might be singing today. It was at Pete’s behest that Work o’ the Weavers not just look back nostalgically, but rather be forward-looking –forward-singing! The result is a program that’s rousing, refreshing and relevant.
“Four wonderful people who’ve picked up where The Weavers left off. Fantastic!”–Pete Seeger
*All net proceeds from ticket sales go to The Child Abuse Prevention Center of NY, Inc.a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization that seeks to significantly reduce the incidence of child abuse and neglect by providing one-on-one in-home Parent Aide services using trained community volunteers. By lending support, educating and teaching parenting skills to Westchester’s vulnerable families, this program strengthens the parent-child relationship in the home. Can't attend but would like to contribute? please visit:http://preventchildabuse.net