Jazz at the Ballroom presents “Take Me Back to Manhattan”

NEW YORK, July 13. 3, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — On Sept. 3, 2022, California’s Jazz at the Ballroom Association (JATB) is heading to Chelsea Table + Stage with Take me back to Manhattan. The concert is a tribute to New York through the American Songbook and is a live version of JATB’s recent Emmy-nominated show filmed at the Carlyle Hotel in New York.

Comedian and NPR host ask me another, Ophira Eisenberg, takes the stage with eight award-winning musicians including Alphonso Horne, Anais Reno, Vanisha Gould, Konrad Paszkudzki and Olivia Chindamo to celebrate New York through words and music. The songs include Autumn in New York, And you, birdland lullabyand New York, New York.

“Since its beginnings in the 20th century, the American Songbook has had a love affair with New York City,” said Suzanne Waldowski, executive director of JATB. “The city is the birthplace of the Songbook and so many great songs of the genre remind us that, despite all the headaches and hassles of city life, this is a magical place.”

For more information and to buy tickets, go to www.jazzattheballroom.com

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Suzanne W. Roche/650-868-0465

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About the organization

Jazz at the Ballroom (JATB) is a California-based non-profit organization that celebrates America’s truly original art form: classical jazz. They work with the most talented musicians in the world, focusing on the American Songbook and the timeless elegance of music. Through his concerts, scholarship program, school workshops, and work in nursing homes and hospitals, JB strives to keep this unforgettable music accessible to all and to foster a love of music in future generations. . For more information: www.jazzattheballroom.com, Facebook: jazzattheballroom, Instagram: @jazzattheballroom

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