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Bela Fleck And The Flecktones
Jan 9, 2022
Jan 23, 2022
November 6, 2021
Just like her hero Patsy Cline, Brandi Carlile has a voice that seems barely constrained by any equipment attempting to record it. Along with her killer vocals, she's a songwriter of rare versatility, blending bluegrass stomp and tender pop balladry in the blink of an eye.
November 13, 2021
The Last Comic Standing finalist from season 2 has since become a fully fledged comic in his own right, garnering critical acclaim for his DVDs and touring work. Known for his surreal observations on everyday situations, Gulman has held a myriad of jobs throughout his twenty years trying to break into the big time; barista, waiter, doorman, accountant and even a school scholarship football player. A gigantic six-foot, six-inch Bostonian, he has also performed on television comedy shows including Jay Leno, Jimmy Kimmel, David Letterman and John Oliver.
January 9, 2022
Groundbreaking banjoist/composer/bandleader Bela Fleck reconvenes with the original Bela Fleck & The Flecktones, the extraordinary initial line-up of his incredible combo. While all manners of genres come into play - from classical and jazz to bluegrass and African music to electric blues and Eastern European folk dances - the result is always an unforgettable performance. Bela et al will be reuniting for a very special tour, one not to be missed!
January 23, 2022
One of the most beloved and enchanting sopranos to rule the American opera houses, Renee Fleming is a multi-talented performer whose repertoire spans across Barber, Handel, French opera, jazz, and even indie rock! Winner of both the National Medal of Arts and Richard Tucker Award, Fleming has retired from full-time opera and now concentrating on mixed rep concerts and musical theatre. Don't miss this rare opportunity to see one of America's leading divas sing in your city!
881 7th Ave, New York, NY 10019
Built by and named for philanthropist Andrew Carnegie in 1891, this impressive building is the tallest example of masonry unsupported by steel frame in the New York area. It comprises three large, separate performance spaces for both classical and popular music, despite the New York Philharmonic flying the nest in 1962 to The Lincoln Center. It is also the focus of a well-known joke about how to get there ("Practice").
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