THE BIG APPLE, Music of Berlin/Gershwin/Duke/Rodgers - March 2014

The Big Apple, March 29 & 30, 2014
Celebrating New York with the songs of Irving Berlin, George Gershwin, Richard Rodgers & Vernon Duke

Amanda Horton, soprano    Roberto Flores, baritone     Daniel Weiser, piano


10:00 am & 12:00 pm- Two brunch seatings at the Isis Music Hall in West Asheville (743 Haywood Rd)
The Isis shows are an abridged version of our program in their upstairs loft space while you enjoy brunch (priced separately). $15- Reservations are strongly encouraged; seating is limited. More information at www.isisasheville.com

7:30 pm – Our premier performance of the weekend at the White Horse in Black Mountain, where you can eat & drink café-style while you enjoy the full show. $15 in advance, $20 at the door.
Reserve your tickets via the White Horse at www.whitehorseblackmountain.com


2:00 pm – Amanda performs a solo version of this show (with Daniel on piano), at Congregation BethIsrael in Asheville.  This version, called “The American Songbook (and the Jews who wrote all the music)”, will highlight the Jewish background of these composers and the influence that had on their music. Dan will also perform some solo piano music by Gershwin and Duke.  $20 for adults, $15 for Congregation members, free for children.  Reserve online at www.AmiciMusic.org for $18 adults/$13 members.

More information about these shows can be found at www.AmiciMusic.org

Photography credits: Regina Holder PhotographyJarrad Lister Photography
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