City Life Org – Chelsea Table + Stage Presents Flamenco Vivo of The Nations’s Leading Spanish Dance Companies with Two Shows

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CHELSEA TABLE + PODIUM – New York’s newest hotspot for intimate dining and special music – presents Flamenco Liveone of the most prominent flamenco and Spanish dance companies in the country, for two special performances on Friday February 10 Bee 7:00 pm and Saturday February 11 Bee 9:30 PM. Tickets are $35, plus a service fee and a minimum of two food and drink items. CHELSEA TABLE + PODIUM is located at West 152 26e Street.

Flamenco Live presents the intimate and electric energy of traditional Spanish flamenco. Enjoy curated wine, specialty cocktails and delicious food as you marvel at the creativity and power of talented dancers and musicians in a casual, laid-back setting. With guest artists from Spain and the US. Flamenco Vivo is a leader in championing the art of flamenco and its values, carrying on a unique story of flamenco in the US that is over a century old. If you’ve never experienced flamenco before, we invite you to share this incredible, exciting tradition – one that invites you to feel more alive, alive and more yourself. Throughout the company’s history, they have employed emerging dance and music artists and premiered more than two dozen original works, offering commissions to outstanding choreographers and renowned performers. More information is available at flamenco-vivo.org

CHELSEA TABLE + PODIUM, attention to a wide range of musical genres, is a welcome addition to the list of high-end venues in the New York performance scene, deftly balancing glamorous interiors, traditional hospitality and top musical talent. The current lineup features a dazzling selection from the worlds of pop, folk, country, soul, jazz and much more. With a wide variety of upscale American menu items, featuring distinguished wine and custom cocktails, audiences will experience some of the best touring artists in the world, alongside local emerging artists. CHELSEA TABLE + PODIUM fuses the ambiance of a classic supper club with the acoustics of a serious listening room and a contemporary twist that appeals to several generations of music lovers.

CHELSEA TABLE + PODIUM opens the doors to hospitality, entertainment and fun every night, with state-of-the-art sound and lighting, a 10-seat theater bar, VIP mezzanine with loft for private groups and table seating for the perfect date night. The ever-changing menu and entertainment schedule means guests never have the same night twice. CHELSEA TABLE + PODIUM is located at West 152 26e Street (between Sixth and Seventh Avenues), down in the Hilton New York Fashion District. Buy tickets on chelseatableandstage.com @chelseatableandstage

UPCOMING MUSIC HIGHLIGHTS AT CHELSEA TABLE + PODIUM

Saturday, January 28 at 7 p.m

NELIDA TIRADO FLAMENCO

Acclaimed flamenco artist Nélida Tirado returns to the venue with a passionate and dynamic evening of traditional flamenco music and dance through a contemporary lens, fusing improvisation, emotion, “duende”, singing and guitar playing. Tickets are $32. Nélida Tirado began her formal training with Ballet Hispanico in New York at the age of six. Invited to tour the US with José Molina Bailes Españoles, she has worked as a soloist in Carlota Santana’s Flamenco Vivo, soloist/dance captain of Compañia Maria Pages and Compañia Antonio El Pipa, and performed at prestigious flamenco festivals and television in Spain and throughout France. Italy, UK, Germany and Japan. She has performed in Carmen at the Metropolitan Opera in New York and was the principal flamenco star in River Dancing on Broadway and travel groups.

Saturday, January 28 at 9:30 p.m

RANDY EDELMAN

*Live stream available*

Composer, conductor and musician Randy Edelman celebrates the soundscape of his career with a dazzling piano concerto. He transports his audience with arrangements of his film music Last of the Mohicans until My cousin Vinny, and further. Randy will also share his hit songs recorded by popular artists including Barry Manilow, Patti LaBelle, Olivia Newton-John, Nelly and others. Edelman has composed more than 100 popular films, including Gettysburg, 27 Dresses, Ghostbusters II, Kindergarten agent, Twins, among other things. He also created musical themes for the Olympic Games, ESPN and NASA. He has shared stages with the Carpenters, Frank Zappa, Anthrax, Sister Sledge and others. He has also written songs for Barry Manilow (“Weekend in New England”), Patti LaBelle (“Isn’t it A Shame”), Blood Sweat and Tears (“Blue Street”), Kool & the Gang (“Amore, Amore” ), Nelly (“My place”) and more.

Friday, February 10 at 9:30 p.m

JOE PINO QUARTET

The Joe Pino Quintet is an energetic straightforward jazz quintet, featuring original compositions by the group and many Bebop classics. Pino is a New York City trumpeter who has performed at some of the city’s most elite jazz venues, including the Blue Note, Club Bohemia, Jazz at Kitano, Swing 46, and The Supper Club. His extensive performance career has led him to star with Woody Allen’s national Broadway tour Bullets across Broadway, Eleven the musical at Madison Square Garden, and with multi-Grammy-winning reggae group Morgan Heritage at Central Park Summer Stage.

Monday, February 27 and Monday, March 27 at 7:00 PM

SAMANTHA PAULY

*Live stream available*

After smashing hits on her debut last year, Samantha Pauly returns with a residency show at Chelsea Table + Stage. She is best known for playing Katherine Howard in Broadway’s Six the musicalas well as starring as Eva Peron in Jamie Lloyd’s critically acclaimed revival of Evita in London’s West End. Join Samantha as she sings everything from Broadway to pop and maybe even a country song

Thursday, March 2 at 7 p.m

IZZE STEIN – “The Soul of Amy Winehouse”

*Live stream available*

New York R&B/Jazz singer Izze Stein commemorates the legacy of one of her biggest influences, Amy Winehouse, in a cabaret-style show featuring some of Amy’s most memorable songs. Joined by a band made up of some of NYC’s finest jazz musicians, Izze will cover the full range of Amy’s songbook, from her comedic contemporary standards to her rousing 50s-inspired ballads, as well as lesser-known moments and stories about the late’s life. share singer. After studying Musical Theater at the University of Michigan, Izze moved to New York and began singing at venues across the city, including Birdland, the Flatiron Room, Mezzrow, Smalls, and the Apollo Theater as part of the historic Amateur Night. Like Amy, Izze writes her own music; she is currently working on her first original concept album.

Saturday, March 4 at 7 p.m

LAUREN DAVIDSON

Singer/songwriter and Urban Country artist Lauren Davidson is through American songwriter. Unconventional, inimitable and unmissable, Davidson combines New York City vibes with the rich tones of Contemporary Country. She has made numerous radio appearances, played shows with Old Dominion, Carly Pearce, Russell Dickerson, Maddie & Tae, Michael Ray, and this year performed at Madison Square Garden as part of PBR’s “Unleash the Beast” tour. Davidson created “Urban Country Jam,” which presents country music mini festivals in major cities.

Monday, March 13 at 7 p.m
AMY SPANGER AND FRIENDS

See Broadway powerhouse Amy Spanger at a one-night concert where she’ll have her real face tied off. This Drama Desk nominated Broadway Baby will sing songs from her celebrated career to date, including beloved tunes from Jonathan Larson, Cole Porter, Kander & Ebb and more. Her special guests are brilliant Broadway veteran Brian Shepard (who also happens to be her husband) and a few other talented friends from Broadway and beyond.

Thursday, March 16 and Sunday, April 30 at 7 p.m

WENDY SCHERL – “The Sweetness and the Sorrow: Songs of Marvin Hamlisch”

Conceived with her two main collaborators, director Barry Kleinbort and music director, Christopher Denny, Ms. Scherl takes a vocal joyride through the back catalog of Oscar-, Tony, Emmy, Grammy- and Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Marvin Hamlisch, with new perspectives culled by standards and rarities from his numerous Broadway shows, film scores and early pop songs. Wendy’s far-reaching schedule includes classics like “The Way We Were” and “What I Did For Love” alongside little-known gems like “Sweet Alibis” and “Two Boys” (which Hamlisch co-wrote with the late Peter Allen). Wendy’s acclaimed debut album, You will see it (Harbinger Records) earned her the 2020 MAC Award for “Recording of the Year” and was named Top 10 Female Vocalist CD for 2019 by Cadence magazine.

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