1408, 2015

September 2nd Concert

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MUSIC AND ART FOR CITY GREENS concludes Season 8 of Concerts to benefit Tudor City Greens. This free, outdoor concert series resumes on Wednesday, September 2nd at 6:30 pm (Rain date: Thursday, September 3rd at 6:30pm.) at Tudor City Greens.  This award winning series will once again feature professional performers from Broadway and the New York City cabaret, jazz, classical and opera scene.  More information can be found on our website at: www.musicandartforgreen.org.

The September 2nd concert will feature guest performances by:

  • Broadway Veteran (Original Sandy in Grease) & Star of TV’s Magic Garden CAROLE DEMAS
  • Broadway Veteran (Ragtime, Jesus Christ Superstar, Finian’s Rainbow) BERNARD DOTSON
  • Dynamic Vocal Group FORTE (Thomas Dieter, Johnny Hagar, Skie Ocasio & Michael Osso)
  • Bistro, Nightlife & Multiple MAC Award Winner – LORINDA LISITZA
  • Broadway Veteran (Original Johanna in Sweeney Todd) and Bistro & MAC Award Winner – SARAH RICE
  • Off-Broadway Veteran: When Pigs Fly (Drama Desk Award Nominee) and Multiple MAC & Bistro Award Winner – JAY ROGERS

Why we do this:

Research shows that time spent in nature makes people healthier, happier and more creative, and that communities flourish where green spaces thrive.  But staying green requires green! City greens need constant attention, repair and upkeep.  Music and Art for City Greens helps by producing free professional music and art events to build community awareness and increase donations to spaces which otherwise might go wanting.

 

Since 2008, when Broadway actress and award winning cabaret veteran Raissa Katona Bennett first brought the joy of live music to Tudor City, thousands of people have enjoyed these concerts under the trees and have come away with new appreciation for and dedication to the green spaces in their midst.

 

Music and Art for City Greens is a 501c3 non-profit, and all performers and support people generously donate their time and talent for these events.  100% of all donations given by attendees at this summer concert series are collected directly by the Tudor City Greens organization for the upkeep of these spaces.

 

Where:

MUSIC AND ART FOR CITY GREENS invites you to join us again in the South Park at Tudor City (41st street between 2nd and 1st avenues – top of the hill turn left). The organization will continue to produce at Tudor City Greens, while actively promoting creative and inclusive uses of other public green spaces.

2407, 2015

July 29th Concert

 

 

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MUSIC AND ART FOR CITY GREENS continues Season 8 of Concerts to benefit Tudor City Greens. This free, outdoor concert series resumes on Wednesday, July 29th at 6:30 pm (Rain date: Thursday, July 30th at 6:30pm.) at Tudor City Greens.  This award winning series will once again feature professional performers from Broadway and the New York City cabaret, jazz, classical and opera scene.  More information can be found on our website at: www.musicandartforgreen.org.

The July 29th concert will feature guest performances by:

  • Bistro Award Winner and Off-Broadway NYGASP Principal Performer, Writer & Director – DAVID AUXIER
  • The Perfect American Housewife (TV: The Normal Heart / The Carrie Diaries)DORIS DEAR
  • Jazz Pianist & Composer – DAN FURMAN
  • Broadway & National Tour Veteran (Blood Brothers / Meet Me In St. Louis & How to Succeed…Carbonell Award / Jeff Award Nomination) – SHAUNA HICKS
  • Broadway, Film & Jazz Saxophone Player (Average White Band / Ed Palermo Big Band) – CLIFF LYONS
  • Drama Desk & Lucille Lortel Award Nominated Broadway Veteran (Jekyll & Hyde / Will Rogers Follies / Sunset Blvd / How To Succeed… / The Capeman) LUBA MASON
  • Broadway (Starmites  – Theatre World Award Winner, Tony Award Nominee)  & Carnegie Hall Veteran, Recording Artist & Cabaret Legend – SHARON MCNIGHT
  • Broadway Veteran: (Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat / Les Miserables) –  KELLI RABKE
  • MAC Award Winner; Singer, Pianist, Composer – ANDREW DAVID SOTOMAYOR
  • Off-Broadway Veteran: The Mikado / Naked Boys Singing  (TV: Boardwalk Empire)  SEPH STANEK

Our Series Regulars return:

Why we do this:

Research shows that time spent in nature makes people healthier, happier and more creative, and that communities flourish where green spaces thrive.  But staying green requires green! City greens need constant attention, repair and upkeep.  Music and Art for City Greens helps by producing free professional music and art events to build community awareness and increase donations to spaces which otherwise might go wanting.

 

Since 2008, when Broadway actress and award winning cabaret veteran Raissa Katona Bennett first brought the joy of live music to Tudor City, thousands of people have enjoyed these concerts under the trees and have come away with new appreciation for and dedication to the green spaces in their midst.

 

Music and Art for City Greens is a 501c3 non-profit, and all performers and support people generously donate their time and talent for these events.  100% of all donations given by attendees at this summer concert series are collected directly by the Tudor City Greens organization for the upkeep of these spaces.

 

Where:

MUSIC AND ART FOR CITY GREENS invites you to join us again in the South Park at Tudor City (41st street between 2nd and 1st avenues – top of the hill turn left). The organization will continue to produce at Tudor City Greens, while actively promoting creative and inclusive uses of other public green spaces.

1606, 2015

June 24th Concert

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MUSIC AND ART FOR CITY GREENS continues Season 8 of Concerts to benefit Tudor City Greens. This free, outdoor concert series resumes on Wednesday, June 24th at 6:30 pm (Rain date: Thursday, June 25th at 6:30pm.) at Tudor City Greens.  This award winning series will once again feature professional performers from Broadway and the New York City cabaret, jazz, classical and opera scene.  More information can be found on our website at:  www.musicandartforgreen.org.

The June 24th concert will feature guest performances by:

Our Series Regulars return:

Why we do this:

Research shows that time spent in nature makes people healthier, happier and more creative, and that communities flourish where green spaces thrive.  But staying green requires green! City greens need constant attention, repair and upkeep.  Music and Art for City Greens helps by producing free professional music and art events to build community awareness and increase donations to spaces which otherwise might go wanting.

Since 2008, when Broadway actress and award winning cabaret veteran Raissa Katona Bennett first brought the joy of live music to Tudor City, thousands of people have enjoyed these concerts under the trees and have come away with new appreciation for and dedication to the green spaces in their midst.

Music and Art for City Greens is a 501c3 non-profit, and all performers and support people generously donate their time and talent for these events.  100% of all donations given by attendees at this summer concert series are collected directly by the Tudor City Greens organization for the upkeep of these spaces.

Where:

MUSIC AND ART FOR CITY GREENS invites you to join us again in the South Park at Tudor City (41st street between 2nd and 1st avenues – top of the hill turn left). The organization will continue to produce at Tudor City Greens, while actively promoting creative and inclusive uses of other public green spaces.

Weather Hotline: 347-868-7563

805, 2015

Concert May 20th

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MUSIC AND ART FOR CITY GREENS presents Season 8 of Concerts to benefit Tudor City Greens. This free, outdoor concert series resumes on Wednesday, May 20th at 6:30 pm (Rain date: Thursday, May 21st at 6:30pm.) at Tudor City Greens.  This award winning series will once again feature professional performers from Broadway and the New York City cabaret, jazz, classical and opera scene. More information can be found on our website at: www.musicandartforgreen.org.

The May 20th concert will feature guest performances by:

Our Series Regulars return this year:

 

Why we do this:

Research shows that time spent in nature makes people healthier, happier and more creative, and that communities flourish where green spaces thrive. But staying green requires green! City greens need constant attention, repair and upkeep. Music and Art for City Greens helps by producing free professional music and art events to build community awareness and increase donations to spaces which otherwise might go wanting.

 

Since 2008, when Broadway actress and award winning cabaret veteran Raissa Katona Bennett first brought the joy of live music to Tudor City, thousands of people have enjoyed these concerts under the trees and have come away with new appreciation for and dedication to the green spaces in their midst.

 

Music and Art for City Greens is a 501c3 non-profit, and all performers and support people generously donate their time and talent for these events. 100% of all donations given by attendees at this summer concert series are collected directly by the Tudor City Greens organization for the upkeep of these spaces.

 

Where:

MUSIC AND ART FOR CITY GREENS invites you to join us again in the South Park at Tudor City (41st street between 2nd and 1st avenues – top of the hill turn left). The organization will continue to produce at Tudor City Greens, while actively promoting creative and inclusive uses of other public green spaces.

For more information, visit our website at: www.musicandartforgreen.org

1501, 2012

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2109, 2011

Trust the Wind

 

“TRUST THE WIND” IS FIFTH AND FINAL  IN SUMMER CONCERT SERIES

JOINING HOST RAISSA KATONA BENNETT ARE “TODAY’S” DAVID FRIEDMAN, CHRISTINA BIANCO, CAROLE J. BUFFORD, SCOTT COULTER, KENNETH GARTMAN, ERIC MICHAEL GILLETT, TANYA MOBERLY, COOKIE STARK, TOM HUBBARD & TERESE GENECCO

“The Concerts at Tudor City Greens” wraps up its fourth season of free outdoor concerts on Wednesday October 5, at 6:30pm. (Rain date: Thursday October 6 at 6:30pm.) “Trust the Wind,” features a mix of prominent performers from Broadway and cabaret, including the singers Eric Michael Gillett, Tanya Moberly, Cookie Stark, and Kenneth Gartman, and the stars of the popular Scott Siegel series “Eleven O’Clock Numbers” — Carole J. Bufford, Christina Bianco, and Scott Coulter. Making a special guest appearance is the quadruple-platinum songwriter David Friedman, from NBC’s “Today Show.”  Also featured are the highly regarded bassist Tom Hubbard, and series regular Terese Genecco on percussion.  The concert’s music directors are Jeff Cubeta and Kenneth Gartman.

Hosted and produced by Broadway and cabaret veteran Raissa Katona Bennett, the summer series played monthly concerts in May, June, and August.  The September concert, “Back to Cool,” was cancelled due to inclement weather. “The Concerts at Tudor City Greens,” whose mission is to build new audiences for live music while encouraging public and private stewardship of New York’s green spaces, is currently hosting a songwriting contest of songs celebrating the roles parks and green spaces play in the lives of New Yorkers.  Original songs of any musical style are being accepted through December 31, 2011.

Serving as judges for the contest are Neil Sedaka, Amanda McBroom, Ann Hampton Callaway, David Friedman, Michael John LaChiusa, and MTV executive Matthew Parillo.  For contest information visit www.raissakatonabennett.com

“Trust the Wind: the Beauty of Music in Nature” takes place on Wednesday October 5 at 6:30pm, at the South Park of Tudor City Greens Park (enter at Tudor City Place, between 41st & 42nd Streets, and 1st & 2nd Avenues). Throughout the series’ fifth season, which is scheduled to kick off in May 2012, eight semifinalist songs from the Songwriting Contest will be performed. A winter concert at Feinstein’s at the Loews Regency (TBA) will showcase the contest’s top three songs.  Bennett (Broadway in “Phantom of the Opera” national tours of “Cats” and “Parade”) won the 2010 Bistro and 2011 MAC Award for hosting “The Concerts at Tudor City Greens.”

Tudor City Greens is one of a small number of privately maintained public spaces in New York.  Nestled in the heart of Tudor City, which was built in the late 1920’s, this green oasis in the heart of Midtown was threatened by Harry Helmsley in the 1970’s who planned to build high-rises on the twin parks.  A successful grass roots campaign to rescue the parks was mounted by Tudor City residents.  Today, the Tudor City Association and the non-profit tenants group, Tudor City Greens, www.tudorcitygreens.org continues the tradition of park preservation.

For more information visit: www.raissakatonabennett.com

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2508, 2011

Back to “Cool”

 

THE CONCERTS AT TUDOR CITY GREENS CONTINUES ON SEPTEMBER 7
 
“BACK TO COOL” IS FOURTH IN SUMMER CONCERT SERIES
 
JOINING HOST RAISSA KATONA BENNETT ARE JOHN DIPINTO, NATALIE DOUGLAS, KEVIN DOZIER, KENNETH GARTMAN, TERESE GENECO, SEAN HARKNESS & MIKE HERRIOTT, AND JIM VAN SLYKE
 
The Concerts at Tudor City Greens, the free outdoor concert series that brings the sounds of music to the heart of Midtown, continues on Wednesday September 7 at 6:30pm. (Rain date: Thursday September 8 at 6:30pm.)  “Back to Cool,” features a diverse group of prominent singers and instrumentalists from the worlds of jazz, Broadway, and cabaret, including John DiPinto, Natalie Douglas, Kevin Dozier, Kenneth Gartman, Terese Genecco, duo Sean Harkness & Mike Herriott, and Jim Van Slyke.
 
Hosted and produced by the Broadway and cabaret veteran Raissa Katona Bennett, the series’ mission is to increase new audiences for live music while encouraging public and private organizations, and individual citizens to support and protect New York green spaces.
 
On August 4, Bennett announced a songwriting contest of songs celebrating New York’s parks and green spaces, and the different roles they play in the lives of New Yorkers.  Serving as judges for the contest, for which submissions will be accepted through December 31, 2011, are Neil Sedaka, Amanda McBroom, Ann Hampton Callaway, David Friedman, Michael John LaChiusa, and MTV executive Matthew Parillo.  The contest’s eight semifinalist songs will be performed throughout the 2012 summer season, and the finale, at Feinstein’s at the Loews Regency in the fall or winter of 2012, will showcase the contest’s top three songs. For contest information visit www.raissakatonabennett.com
 
 
The guest stars for “Back to Cool” on September 7 include the singers Natalie Douglas, and Kevin Dozier; the composer/singer Kenneth Gartman; big band innovator Terese Geneco; the jazz instrumentalists Sean Harkness and Mike Herriott; the ASCAP Award-winning songwriter Jim Van Slyke, and the jazz pianist John DiPinto. The concert’s guest accompanists are David Caldwell on piano and Cindy Gooden on bass.
 
The free outdoor series takes place at the South Park of Tudor City Greens Park (enter at Tudor City Place, between 41st & 42nd Streets, and 1st & 2nd Avenues). The series’ concludes, weather permitting, on Wednesday October 5 at 6:30pm.
 
Tudor City Greens is one of a small number of privately maintained public spaces in New York.  In May Bennett (Broadway in “Phantom of the Opera” national tours of “Cats” and “Parade”) won the 2011 MAC Award for hosting “The Concerts at Tudor City Greens.”
 
Tudor City, built in the late 1920’s, featured two neighborhood parks that were threatened by Helmsley developers in the 1970’s.  A successful grass roots campaign to preserve the parks was mounted by the residents to save their green spaces.  Today, the Tudor City Association and the non-profit tenants group, Tudor City Greens, www.tudorcitygreens.org continues the tradition of park preservation.
 
For more information visit: www.raissakatonabennett.com

 

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Swinging on the Moon – Cool Jazz for a Hot Summer Night

THE CONCERTS AT TUDOR CITY GREENS CONTINUES ON AUGUST 3

“SWINGING ON THE MOON – COOL JAZZ FOR A HOT SUMMER NIGHT” IS THIRD IN SUMMER CONCERT SERIES

JOINING HOST RAISSA KATONA BENNETT ARE JOHN DEMARCO, DAN FURMAN, ANDERS HOLST, TOM HUBBARD, DARYL KOJAK, SHAYNEE RAINBOLT, GABRIELLA STRAVELLI, SEAN HARKNESS, TERESE GENECCO

The Concerts at Tudor City Greens, the free outdoor concert series that brings the sounds of music to the heart of Midtown, continues on Wednesday August 3 at 6:30pm. (Rain date: Thursday August 4 at 6:30pm.)  “Swinging on the Moon – Cool Jazz for a Hot Summer Night,” features a diverse group of singers and instrumentalists from the worlds of Broadway, classical, jazz and cabaret, including John DeMarco, Dan Furman, Anders Holst, Tom Hubbard, Daryl Kojak, Shaynee Rainbolt, Gabriella Stravelli, Sean Harkness, and Terese Geneco.

Hosted and produced by the Broadway and cabaret veteran Raissa Katona Bennett, the series’ mission is to increase new audiences for live music while encouraging private, non-profit and community organizations (and individual citizens) to support and protect New York green spaces.

The guest stars on August 3 include the singers Gabriella Stravelli, Anders Holst, Shaynee Rainbolt and John DeMarco, and the highly regarded bassist Tom Hubbard.  The MAC Award-winning guitarist and Windham Hill recording artist Sean Harkness, and the MAC & Bistro Award-winning big band innovator Terese Geneco are series regulars.  The concert’s music directors are Bill Zeffiro (a series regular), Daryl Kojak, and Dan Furman.

At the August 3 concert, Bennett will announce a songwriting contest of songs celebrating New York’s green spaces, and the different roles they play in the lives of New Yorkers. A blue-ribbon panel of well-known singer-songwriters and music industry executives, who will help choose the contest’s top songs (to be performed throughout the 2012 season), will be announced at the concert. The free outdoor series takes place at the South Park of Tudor City Greens Park (enter at Tudor City Place, between 41st & 42nd Streets, and 1st & 2nd Avenues). The series’ continues on September 7, and, weather permitting, October 5 (all Wednesdays at 6:30pm).  Tudor City Greens is one of a small number of privately maintained public spaces in New York. 

Tudor City Greens is one of a small number of privately maintained public spaces in New York. In May, Bennett (Broadway in “Phantom of the Opera” national tours of “Cats” and “Parade”) won the 2011 MAC Award for hosting “The Concerts at Tudor City Greens.”

Tudor City, built in the late 1920’s, features two neighborhood parks that were threatened by Helmsley developers in the 1970’s. A successful grass roots campaign to preserve the parks was mounted by the residents to save their green spaces. Today, the Tudor City Association and the non-profit tenants group, Tudor City Greens, www.tudorcitygreens.org continues the tradition of park preservation.

For additional information visit: www.raissakatonabennett.com

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806, 2011

June 22nd, 2011 Concert

The series continues on Wednesday, June 22nd at 6:30PM. (Rain date: Thursday, June 23rd @ 6:30PM). This event will feature professional performers from Broadway and the New York City cabaret and jazz scene, who all donate their time and talent to benefit the Parks.  The concert will be hosted by Tudor City resident, Broadway and cabaret performer Raissa Katona Bennett (Phantom of the Opera, Chess).
This concert will feature Bistro Award winner Janice Hall, MAC & Bistro Award winner Marieann Meringolo, James Moye (Broadway: Million Dollar Quartet, Ragtime), cabaret sensations Will and Anthony Nunziata, Barbara Porteus and Barry Levitt, Adam Shapiro (Jewsical: The Chosen Musical) and Australian Variety Performer of the Year Darren Williams with Windham Hill recording artist and Bistro Award winner Sean Harkness on guitar and MAC & Bistro Award winner Terese Genecco on percussion. Musical direction will be provided by Kenneth Gartman, Doyle Newmyer, and Bill Zeffiro.

The event will take place in the South Park of Tudor City Greens Park – enter at Tudor City Place between East 41st and 42nd Streets, between 1st and 2nd avenues.

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The 2011 Concert Season is here!

The new season of the Tudor City Greens FREE outdoor concert series resumes on Wednesday, May 25th at 6:30PM. (Rain date: Thursday, May 26th @ 6PM). This event will feature professional performers from Broadway and the New York City cabaret and jazz scene, who all donate their time and talent to benefit the Parks.  The concert will be hosted by Tudor City resident, Broadway and cabaret performer Raissa Katona Bennett (Phantom of the Opera, Chess).
This May’s season opener concert will feature MAC & Bistro Award winner D.C. Anderson (Broadway’s Phantom of the Opera), Marianne Challis (Bistro Award winner), vocalist and recording artist Father John Sheehan, The Howard Sisters (Broadway’s The Sound of Music), with Windham Hill recording artist and Bistro Award winner Sean Harkness on guitar and MAC & Bistro Award winner Terese Genecco on percussion. Musical direction will be provided by Jeff Cubeta, Tracy Stark and Bill Zeffiro.
The event will take place in the South Park of Tudor City Greens Park – enter at Tudor City Place between East 41st and 42nd Streets, between 1st and 2nd avenues.

Concerts will feature a variety of performers and themes (tba) and  will begin at 6:30 pm. 

Dates: May 25th, June 22t,h , Aug. 3rd , Sept. 7th

Possible additional concert, weather and schedules permitting: Oct. 5th

Special thanks to:

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Feinstein’s at the Regency for donating printing services.
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