Holiday Fa La La: Music and New Year’s Eve
We hope in all the hustle and bustle of the season that you make time to experience the joys of the season. If you’re planning some fun time in NYC we have some musical event suggestions, that will definitely bring joy your way. And if you’re looking for some New Year’s Eve entertainment that doesn’t involve Times Square, or hanging out at home in your pjs, we’ve got some New Year’s Eve suggestions.
Dec. 19 & 20. High Standards – Corinna Sowers Adler
High Standards is the name of the show featuring the incredibly talented vocalist, Corinna Sowers Adler. She has generously performed in Randie Levine Miller’s benefit show, “Divas and Tomatoes” for the past two years, featuring our Tomatoes Got Talent Show winners performing alongside talented pros including Corinna. Her high notes will give you chills and thrills, and there are two chances to hear her perform this weekend. Head to the Metropolitan Room for her Dec. 19, 4PM show “High Standards”, or to Jazz at Lincoln Center for “Music over Manhattan Sunday Dec. 20.
What are you doing New Year’s Eve?
If you’re looking for a sophisticated grownup New Year’s Eve, here are three wonderful suggestions.
Ring in the New Year with Marilyn Maye. The legendary performer has two shows at the Metropolitan Room, a 7:30 show and a 10:30 show. And she’ll keep the party going with performances through January 10. We recently had a chance to see her perform and wow, oh wow – what a voice and a performer who really connects with the audience. No wonder she appeared on the Johnny Carson Show a record 76 times! Get the details.
New Year’s Eve at the Carlyle Café with Steve Tyrell
When it comes to singing the American songbook, Steve Tyrell is tops in our book. We own just about all of his CDs and what a thrill it would be to watch him perform live. And on New Year’s Eve. And at the very elegant and old glamour New York, Carlyle Café. Get the details.
New Year’s Eve: Dinner and Dancing at the Rainbow Room
The Rainbow Room is back with it’s fabulous view of the NYC skyline. And with a big band playing you’ll be transported back to those wonderful 1940s films with glamourous couples drinking martinis, dining, and dancing to the classics in a beautiful nightclub setting. $450 a person. Pricey, but worth the thrill. Get the details.