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Featured EventPresented by Broadway Theatre Studio
The drinks are on us as you join world-renowned mixologist and raconteur Anthony Caporale for a boozy romp through the history of spirits and cocktails in this critically-acclaimed hit comedy with drinks and music! Tickets are only $29 and include 3 cocktails!
Peter Cincotti, singer- songwriter-pianist and native New Yorker, began playing piano at the age of three. By the age of 18 he was being called “one of the most promising singer-pianists of the next generation” by the New York Times. In 2003, Peter’s debut album reached #1 on the Billboard jazz charts, making Cincotti the youngest artist ever to do so. Hailed as “the rebirth of cool” by Elle magazine, Peter explores musical styles that blend pop, rock, blues and jazz, infusing each new song he writes with originality and startling energy.
A bilingual (English/French) interdisciplinary performance where audiences, equipped with a road map, wander freely to witness the clamor of sounds, sights, and rhythms that pervade the streets of Manhattan creating a lifetime of memories from the travels of New York artists exploring parallels to and influences from Erik Satie’s memory-evoking existence.
Kesivan Naidoo is a drummer, composer and leader of an exciting new generation of Cape jazz performers. Naidoo and his fiery quintet shine in every jazz style whether they are playing a soulful ballad, an innovative new composition, or covering a quirky Ornette Coleman tune. In celebration of Queens College Year of South Africa.
Queens College Chamber Winds was founded by Symphonic Wind Ensemble Director, Kristin Mozeiko. The ensemble comprises eight to fifteen of Queens College’s finest players from the Wind Ensemble. They perform both traditional chamber wind repertory and original twentieth-century works.
Chelsea Opera presents two one-act opera by West coast composer Henry Mollicone, who joins the production midway to conduct from the piano. Both operas employ the intrigue of flashbacks to the 1800s, one in a little western bar in Colorado, the other in the foggy streets of San Francisco.