The New York Voices Festival at Cooper Union in NYC
Sep 27, 2010 08:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Cooper Square, once home to the legendary jazz club The 5 Spot, will swing and sway again this fall when Cooper Arts presents The NEW YORK VOICES Festival at The Cooper Union. As solo acts or a quartet, the Grammy winning artists of the New York Voices -- Darmon Meader, Peter Eldridge, Kim Nazarian and Lauren Kinhan -- excel in the art of singing, mastering the intricacies of jazz, Brazilian, R&B, classical and pop music.
Concerts on Monday, September 27 at 8PM (Kim Nazarian and Darmon Meader) and Monday, October 4 at 8PM (Lauren Kinhan and Peter Eldridge) will take place in the distinctive Rose Auditorium, located on the lower level of 41 Cooper Square, the Cooper Union’s award-winning technologically advanced building. An intimate hall with a low stage that enables artists to connect with the audience, the Rose Auditorium uses premium Dolby Digital surround sound and high tech audio.
On Monday, October 11 at 8PM, Cooper Arts will offer the full group in a concert that will showcase The New York Voices in the historic Great Hall at The Cooper Union Foundation Building at 7 East 7th Street (b/w 3rd and 4th Aves).
SOLO SETS 1
Kim Nazarian and Darmon Meader
Long recognized in the industry for her incredible vocal range and precision, Kim Nazarian displays remarkable sensitivity and emotion in a Tour de Force performance on her new solo release – “Some Morning.”
Darmon Meader is a distinguished vocalist, arranger and saxophonist. In addition to his acclaimed work with the New York Voices, he has developed a strong solo voice over two decades in the jazz scene.
Visit www.myticketsny.com or call 800-746-3119. Tickets will be available at the door for $30 on show days, starting at 5 PM.
$25 per show ($18 seniors & students with ID)
SERIES PRICE (all 3 shows) $65 ($45 seniors & students with ID)
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the Rose Auditorium at The Cooper Union, 41 Cooper Square
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