Doors, Bar & Restaurant open at 5:30. Music at 8:00. No Cover. Donations encouraged.
CANCELLED Sunday March 22
Svetlana's NYC Swing Collective "Night at the Movies"
"Breakfast at Tiffany's meets Some Like It Hot" (Allan Young, New York Music Daily)
"Astrud Gilberto via Moscow" (Guy Eckstine)
"Exceptional vocalist and songwriter" (Will Frieldwald, Wall Street Journal)
"Sultry and sensuous trip" "Anthem of positivity" "Replete with yearning and dreaminess" (Aquarian Weekly)
"Gorgeous alto conveys the essence of the song so beautifully.... essaying with smoldering restrained passion... drawing the listener into the world these songs evoke..." (NYC Jazz Record)
Svetlana's NYC Swing Collective
Critically acclaimed New York based jazz vocalist, composer, and band leader, Svetlana has toured nationally and internationally, appearing on TV programs worldwide, and has been featured in numerous news and music publications.
Svetlana's 2016 album Night at the Speakeasy was produced by Grammy Award winning Guy Eckstine and featured Wycliffe Gordon, charting high on Jazz Radio. Night at the Movies was produced by Grammy Nominated Matt Pierson, arranged by Grammy Winning Gil Goldstein, and features Wycliffee Gordon, Sullivan Fortner, Pasquale Grasso among others. The album debuted #1 on Billboard Traditional Jazz Charts.
She has carried a love for motion pictures, from her childhood in Soviet Russia, throughout her life. She made a record to bridge the visual and sonic expressions of the genre. Night at the Movies, is a fourteen-track collection of film music that spans a century of cinema - a love letter to dreaming — reflecting a yearning for something more, an escape from unwanted realities through imagination and optimism.
Now in concert, Night at the Movies takes listeners on a dynamic musical journey that ranges from the French New Wave and Soviet Cinema, to modern day Academy Award-winners, and animated classics.
The New York Swing Collective is an ensemble of New York jazz stars. The concert will transport the audience to the carnival of sound, seamlessly moving from sophisticated retrospection to a rowdy "exuberant, foot-stomping music combining swing and pop-singer/songwriter sensibilities!" (WPIX11TV)