OUR SINATRA : A Musical Celebration       Special BRUNCH PERFORMANCE       "Superior Entertainment" - The New York Times

OUR SINATRA : A Musical Celebration Special BRUNCH PERFORMANCE "Superior Entertainment" - The New York Times

Sat, February 17, 2018

Doors: 1:00 pm / Show: 2:00 pm

The Cutting Room

New York, NY

$35.00 - $55.00

Tickets at the Door

COME JOIN US FOR AN AFTERNOON OF ICONIC MUSIC AND DINE FROM OUR BRUNCH MENU ($20 Food and Beverage minimum per person)

$35 Advanced Sales/ $40 At the Door (General Admission)

$55 VIP Preferred Seating

 

Our Sinatra
Our Sinatra
Three of today’s outstanding singers of the Great American
Songbook (1 female, 2 male) playfully interact with one
another, sharing their joy passion for this great music as they
lovingly sing the hits of Sinatra, individually and in combination, taking the audience back to relive their memories. The show includes over 50 songs interspersed with witty banter and humor. The show covers Sinatra's entire musical cannon from the classic ballads of the 40's to the saloon and torch songs, the 50's and 60's swingers and the all time hits. Our Sinatra steers clear of imitation and impersonation as these accomplished performers deliver the great music of Sinatra.

The New York Times calls Our Sinatra "An utterly winning
tribute to Ol' Blue Eyes" and "Superior Entertainment"
Ronny Whyte
Ronny Whyte
Ronny Whyte is considered a premiere interpreter of Classic American Popular Song, an outstanding jazz pianist, and a successful songwriter. He was featured on Marian McPartland’s Piano Jazz on NPR.

An ASCAP Award-winning songwriter, his lyric "Forget the Woman" was recorded by Tony Bennett and his music for The Party Upstairs won the MAC Award for Best Song of 2006.
He also produces and hosts Midday Jazz Midtown at Saint Peter’s in Manhattan, a weekly concert series.

For two years Ronny appeared Off-Broadway in the hit musical Our Sinatra as well as its two national big band tours which played more than 90 cities. He was featured twice at New York’s JVC Jazz Festival, and there was inducted into the Cabaret Jazz Hall of Fame.
Karen Oberlin
Karen Oberlin
KAREN OBERLIN has been hailed as one of premier interpreters of the Great American Songbook by both the New York Times and London's Classical Source. The Times has called her work "beautifully executed" and has said "Beyond having a pretty voice, poise and interpretive insight, Ms. Oberlin is a thorough researcher." She is a recipient of the Mabel Mercer Foundation’s Donald F. Smith Award, along with multiple MAC Awards, a Bistro Award, a BroadwayWorld Award and a Nightlife Award (for Jazz Vocalist of the Year) along with an Honorary Doctorate in Music. In New York she has had major engagements at the Algonquin’s Oak Room, the Café Carlyle, Feinstein’s/54 Below and Birdland, along with performances at Carnegie Hall, Jazz at Lincoln Center, the Town Hall, Merkin Hall and Caramoor. Ms. Oberlin performs at concert halls and clubs across the country and in Europe, and has four recordings on the Miranda Music label, the last of which was a favorite of Jonathan Schwartz on his legendary radio show. For more information: www.karenoberlin.com
Brian Long
Brian Long
Brian Long has been a part of Our Sinatra since its original Off-Broadway run in New York and has also performed the show in Ft. Lauderdale, Branson, and last year at Birdland. Other credits include the world-premiere of Ben-Hur (Ben-Hur), and tours of Carousel (Billy), Brigadoon (Tommy), and Grease (Danny u/s). Brian sailed all over the world as vocalist for Crystal Cruises and Cameron Mackintosh on NCL. He enjoys his current position as the resident baritone at Madison Avenue Baptist Church in Manhattan. Tweet me @brianelong.
Venue Information:
The Cutting Room
44 E. 32nd St.
New York, NY, 10016
http://thecuttingroomnyc.com/