October 28, November 4 & November 25 at 7:30pm
October 28, November 4 & November 25 at 7:30pm
New York: Big City Songbook – Featuring Klea Blackhurst, LaTanya Hall and Nicolas King“New York: Big City Songbook”
Created, scripted and hosted by Deborah Grace Winer
John Oddo – Music Director & Arrangements
Directed by Mark Waldrop
October 28, November 4 & 25 at 7:30pm
Birdland Theater is proud to announce that “New York: Big City Songbook,” will be on the stage for three very special nights, Sundays, October 28, November 4 and November 25, with shows at 7:30pm. The show stars Birdland favorites Klea Blackhurst, LaTanya Hall and Nicolas King.
“A triumph” raves The New York Times. Why have so many songwriters been compelled to write about New York? What is it about this city that fuels an endless supply of stories? This show offers a kaleidoscopic vision of life in the city, from the inspiring and romantic to the aggravating and the quirky. New York is a fabulous character, and we have this great cast of real New Yorkers (meaning they come from everywhere) to take us on this entertaining and exhilarating musical ride in search of what it really means to be a New Yorker.
“New York: Big City Songbook” THREE PERFORMANCES ONLY
(Click on date desired to purchase tickets each performance is at 7:30pm)
October 28, 2018
November 4, 2018
November 25, 2018
Birdland Theater, 315 West 44 Street, NYC
$40 cover, $75 VIP cover (prime seating, backstage meet and greet), $10 food/drink minimum
Birdland Jazz Club & Birdland Theater
315 West 44th Street
New York, NY 10036
La Tanya Hall & The Andy Milne Trio perform at Maple City Jazz Festival
Presented by The Cooperage Project 1030 Main St, Honesdale, Pennsylvania 18431
Saturday November 10th 7-10pm
Suggested donation: 15 with advance reservation, $20 at the door
For reservations, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 570.253.2020
Andy Milne collaborates with vocalist La Tanya Hall, bassist Noah Garabedian and drummer David Jimenez in a celebration of the life of Sarah Vaughan. Hall, who has been a distinguished support to artists as varied as Harry Belafonte to Steely Dan, is an ideal vocalist to celebrate this icon of American Music. Together they chronicle Sarah Vaughan’s unique path that touched everything from Pop & Jazz to Bossa Nova and Opera. La Tanya Hall’s rich vocal range and dynamic stage presence make her uniquely qualified to commemorate the “Sublime Sarah”. Hall and Milne have been performing increasingly throughout the US and are currently preparing a new recording.
The first set will consist of a concert performance of “To Sarah, with Love”-A Celebration Of the life & music of Sarah Vaughn, one of the all time great female vocalists of American jazz & popular standards.
This critically acclaimed performance, which has thrilled audiences nationally, will be followed by a set of vocal & instrumental jazz & cabaret standards.
This rare musical combination event is presented by The Freeport Community Concert Association
La Tanya Hall rejoins fellow DANETTES, Catherine Russell & Carolyn Leonhart for STEELY DAN’s “The Summer of Living Dangerously” national tour which kicks off on May 10th in Charlotte NC and continues on to dozens of other cities, winding up with a 2week residency at The Beacon Theater in NYC in mid October.
La Tanya Hall Returns to The New York Cabaret Convention Oct 10th 2018
LA TANYA HALL & the ANDY MILNE Trio return for Another Intimate Evening of jazz at Deer Head Inn.
Its the oldest continuously running jazz club in the country and Home of Jazz in the Pocono Mountains is situated in historic Delaware Water Gap, Pennsylvania
La Tanya Hall rejoins Catherine Russell & Carolyn Leonhart for a Mother’s Day Bern Jazz Festival Gala, on Sunday May 13th, To perform the music of Sy Oliver at the Hotel Swchweizerhof, Bern Switzerland
CHECK OUT a performance video
La Tanya Hall rejoins Catherine Russell & Carolyn Leonhart on Wednesday April 4 at Zinc Bar NYC To perform the music of Sy Oliver
TWO SETS at 8pm & 10pm
TICKETS FOR FIRST SET
TICKETS FOR SECOND SET
La Tanya Hall will close out the 3 day 3 venue 12 band Washington Heights ghts (WAHI) Jazz Festival, with tastefully brilliant Jazz vocals on Sunday March 11th, 5pm at Las Tapas Restaurant
The “Turn the World Around” tribute concert will allow audiences to experience a multimedia event including songs from the Belafonte catalog performed by those who know him best as they share anecdotes of their time with the legend both onstage and off. As they celebrate Harry Belafonte’s life and his many contributions to music and political activism, Stephens and McKenzie will be joined by fellow Belafonte Alumni Group members, including La Tanya Hall, Sam McKelton, Sharon Brooks, Gabrielle Lee, Deborah Sharpe-Taylor and Roumel Reaux. They will be accompanied by Emanuel “Chulo” Gatewood (bass), Damon DueWhite (drums), Gregg Fine (electric guitar), Paul Ricci (acoustic guitar), Neil Clarke (percussion), and John F. Adams (keyboard). Under the musical direction of Richard Cummings Jr., the evening will include renditions of hit songs including “Turn the World Around,” “Try to Remember,” “Jamaica Farewell,” “Banana Boat Song,” and more.
Tickets, $30 general admission and $20 for seniors and students with valid I.D., are available for purchase online at www.citycollegecenterforthearts.org or by calling the box office at (212) 650-6900. Patrons wishing to buy tickets in person before the March 1 concert date may visit Aaron Davis Hall Tuesday through Friday from 12 noon to 6 p.m. Aaron Davis Hall is located on the campus of the City College of New York, at West 135th Street and Convent Avenue (129 Convent Avenue).