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Tue, Dec 14


The 3 West Club

DTC Holiday Lunch

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DTC Holiday Lunch
DTC Holiday Lunch

Time & Location

Dec 14, 2021, 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM

The 3 West Club, 3 W 51st St, New York, NY 10019, USA



Join us for our annual Holiday Party starring:

Christine Andreas is a multiple-award-winning singer/actress/recording artist and a two-time Tony® Award nominee.

Her  cabaret appearances internationally & in New York's finest rooms  and concerts from the White House to Carnegie Hall continue to  “transform” & “electrify” audiences and prompted the NY Times to extol: “She  delicately kills with the sheer beauty of her voice”…”She finds a blend  of lyricism and sweet sensuality that only the finest Broadway voices  can conjure.”  Current obsession…her one woman show PIAF:  No Regrets.

Martin Silvestri is best known for his work as a composer, arranger and record producer.

On Broadway, Mr.  Silvestri has served as conductor, arranger, and supervisor for many  companies; most notably, his successful and thorough ‘face-lifting’ of  Sir Andrew Lloyd Weber’s score for the original Broadway and subsequent  productions of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.   A Grammy nominated arranger and record producer; he co-produced the  Original Broadway Cast Recording on the Chrysalis label with Lloyd Weber  and Rice. He  has composed and  arranged for artists as diverse as Mel Torme, David Clayton Thomas,  Luther Vandross, David Cassidy, Eydie Gorme and Patti Austin. Silvestri’s  professional collaboration with his wife, Ms. Andreas began 30 years  ago.  He has served as her arranger, musical director, and producer for  her Award Winning solo CDs … most recently the orchestral production of  PIAF - No Regrets recorded in 2019 in London at Angel Studios.

Danny Bacher  is  an award-winning singer, saxophonist, songwriter and entertainer in the  fullest sense of the term. He’s not only a master of the demanding  soprano sax, but combines his virtuosity on the instrument with a talent  for comedy and narrative storytelling. The New York Times said of  Bacher that he’s a “prodigiously talented musical preservationist,”  adding what Bacher knows in his bones is that “the secret of serious fun  is not to take it too seriously.” He has performed several times at  Blue Note, Birdland, Feinstein’s 54 Below, Jazz at Lincoln Center, Town  Hall,  and Carnegie Hall most recently alongside the  legendary Michael Feinstein. Bacher has released two studio albums as a  leader, “Swing That Music!” and “Still Happy” on the Whaling City Sound  label. A recent recipient of the prestigious Margaret Whiting Award,  Bacher was also nominated for best male vocalist in the 2019 National  Jazz Times reader’s poll along with Harry Connick, John Pizzarelli, and  Tony Bennett, and in 2020 placed in the top 3 in the country.

Mark Nadler  is  the recipient of eight awards from the Manhattan Association of  Cabarets, three Backstage Bistros, two New York Nightlife Awards and two  Broadway World Awards.  Additionally, he was awarded two Bay Area Outer Critics’ Circle Awards.  He  has been a soloist with major orchestras, playing everywhere from  Carnegie Hall to Philadelphia’s 14,000 seat amphitheater at The Mann  Center.  His most recent off-Broadway show, “I’m a Stranger  Here Myself”, was honored with a New York Nightlife Award, a Drama Desk  nomination and a nomination for Australia’s highest performing arts  honor, the Helpmann Award.

And featuring:

Shana Farr

Sue Matsuki

Nancy McGraw

Robin Westle

Hosted by: Raissa Katona Bennett

Musical Director:  Ian Herman

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