Art of Song

Art of Song Art of Song provides music performances and concerts for the Hamptons and East End of Long Island NY

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05/11/2017

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05/11/2017

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The Bridgehampton Museum and hosts Jane Hastay and Peter Martin Weiss present the celebrated vocalist Lisa Gary, and you...
02/02/2015

The Bridgehampton Museum and hosts Jane Hastay and Peter Martin Weiss present the celebrated vocalist Lisa Gary, and young lion saxophonist John Ludlow. Ms. Gary began her music studies on the trumpet under her father’s instruction. At 16 she was drawn to the art of vocal jazz and soon after was honored by the National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts. In the Summer of 2008 while Lisa was a McGill University music major, she was named a semifinalist at the renowned Shure Montreux Jazz Voice Competition in Switzerland. In 2010 she was one of 12 semi-finalists in the Thelonious Monk International Jazz Vocals Competition, and subsequently performed at the Smithsonian in Washington D.C. for Al Jarreau, Kurt Elling, Dianne Reeves, Dee Dee Bridgewater, and Patti Austin. On the New York jazz scene, Lisa made her debut as the featured vocalist with the Birdland Jazz Quartet in October 2011. Other venues include The Kitano, The Plaza Hotel, Iridium, Urban Stages, The Iguana. Lisa is currently writing, performing and recording jazz, pop, funk and house music projects, and is featured on two releases by Kult Records. She was interviewed on New York’s Channel 20 “All that Jazz” television show by Bonnie D. Graham who said, “There’s something so pure about Lisa’s sound; it’s clear, almost like a bell sounding in a quiet lake.” A protege of legendary saxophonist Hal McKusick, John Ludlow is becoming one of New York’s most in-demand saxophonists. A jazz studies major at City College, he recently performed at Jazz at Lincoln Center with the select Mid Atlantic Collegiate Jazz Orchestra. An intimate, resonant space with a well-tuned baby grand, the Archives building is the best jazz room in the Hamptons.

For Tickets: http://bridgehamptonhistoricalsociety.org/parlor.html

The Bridgehampton Museum presents vocalist Pamela Luss, who draws capacity crowds to nearly every major venue in New Yor...
01/22/2015

The Bridgehampton Museum presents vocalist Pamela Luss, who draws capacity crowds to nearly every major venue in New York City, including Dizzy’s Club Coca Cola, Feinstein’s at the Regency, Birdland, The Iridium, and Carnegie Hall’s Weill Hall. Joe Lang (Jersey Jazz) says, “Luss moves easily from style to style.” Pamela was invited to appear at the first annual Jazz Improv Convention and the Mabel Mercer Foundation Cabaret Convention at Rose Hall. A spotlighted artist on iTunes, Pamela’s photo has been featured on the covers of Jazz Inside NY and Jazz Yell (Japan). Christopher Loudon (Jazz Times) describes her rendition of "How Do You Keep the Music Playing", from her second album, "Your Eyes", as "quite possibly the finest to date interpretation … she knows how to break your heart with excruciating tenderness." Cathy Gruenfelder of Jazz Inside compliments her beautiful vocal tone as "consistently gorgeous … no matter what she is singing, she sounds at home.” Dan Singer (In Tune magazine) says, "Ms. Luss could probably perform the phone book and receive my cheerful attention.” She will be joined by the versatile and spunky Julie Bluestone on flute and saxophone. A bandleader, Broadway musician and educator, Ms. Bluestone is a veteran of the NYC jazz scene who enjoys spending weekends at her home in East Hampton. The Archives Bldg. is an intimate, resonant listening room with a well-tuned baby grand. Your hosts, Jane Hastay (piano) and Peter Martin Weiss (bass), invite you to experience the best jazz room in the Hamptons. Tkts. available online.

Jazz Woman to the Rescue!Saturday 11/29 7:30 pmBridgehampton Museum
11/22/2014

Jazz Woman to the Rescue!
Saturday 11/29 7:30 pm
Bridgehampton Museum

A jazz singer with bounce and snap is wooed by violin’s romantic passion in a program of great movie music. Hosts Jane H...
01/14/2014

A jazz singer with bounce and snap is wooed by violin’s romantic passion in a program of great movie music. Hosts Jane Hastay and Peter Martin Weiss invite you to take a stroll along Hollywood Boulevard to the glamorous world of the big screen with popular vocalist and bandleader Vanessa Trouble and the versatile Bob Stern. The Archives Bldg. is an intimate listening room with a well-tuned baby grand and a jazz speak-easy ambiance. Conveniently located near the monument on Main Street with on-site parking.

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