Spring Fever Cabaret@ Empire, A Night of Live Musical Standards and Socializing
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International vocalist, Annie Kozuch spent 20 years in Mexico City has been performing throughout the United States and Japan with symphonies, bands and trios. Five years ago she teamed up with jazz pianist, composer, Frank Ponzio and together they have performed from the Natchez Jazz Festival in Mississippi to Park Avenues Feinstein’s at the Lowes Regency in New York. Join us for this special classic NYC Night out where you will mix and mingle with dozens of other fun NYSN members and friends then settle back for an amazing performance from one of the city's best vocalists. You'll recognize many standards from the likes of Sinatra, Garland and Etta James plus a few of their own favorites!
The night will feature:
-Cocktails from 7-8pm with complimentary appetizers
-Drink specials 7-9pm
-Live performance 8pm
-Bar remains open after the show for more mixing and mingling!
The Empire Room is a beautiful Art Deco Lounge located on the ground floor of the Empire State Building at 29 west 33rd between 5th and Broadway. It is easy to get to from most all major subway lines.
Dress: Business casual
About Annie and Frank: Together, they’ve collaborated on two CDs. Their first, Here With You, peaked at No. 6 on the CMJ charts and their current release, Mostly Jobim, launched mid-March 2013. Whether performing as a duo, trio, quartet or a sextet, Kozuch and Ponzio delight their audience performing an array of standards from the American Songbook (think Frank Sinatra) adding Mexican love songs from Ms. Kozuch’s adopted homeland (“It’s Impossible”) with recent interpretations from their latest CD with Brazil’s ‘king of bossa nova’, Antonio Carlos Jobim (“Girl from Ipanema”).
The Empire Room
29 West 33rd Street
Between Broadway and 5th
New York, NY, 10024
Start Time: 7:00 pm
End Time: 10:00 pm