Event Off Sale: Tickets off sale. Please call 212-581-3080 for reservations.


Sunday, February 7, 2016

Doors: 5:00 pm / Show: 6:00 pm


Off Sale

There is a $10.00 food or drink minimum per person. Dinner is served between 5pm-1am.

Recasting cabaret as an emotionally engaging experience rather than a place, host Ann Hampton Callaway celebrates intimate performances and heartfelt songs from a variety of genres: jazz, Broadway, folk, singer-songwriter, the blues, and more!

"In a world of increased alienation, an artistic experience of intimacy can be quite healing to the heart. A room full of strangers can feel like a family." Ann Hampton Callaway

Guests give intimate performances and share personal insights, live from the stage of the legendary Birdland in New York City. Each week, Ann Hampton Callaway the "Queen of American Cabaret", holds court and engages some of the most interesting singers and songwriters from America and around the world.

“For sheer vocal beauty, no contemporary singer matches Ms.
Callaway.”* –Stephen Holden, The New York Times*

Marilyn Maye is a highly praised singer, actress, director, arranger,
educator, a Grammy nominated recording artist and a musical treasure. Her entire life has been committed to the art of song and performance.

“Marilyn Maye's show is not to be missed. It’s a master class in
singing conducted by a polished pro who majored in unforgettable.”* - Rex Reed, New York Observer*

Given the depth and broad vision of his recordings and performance style, Kurt Elling is in a league of his own. Elling began to develop his idiosyncratic scat style in the clubs of Chicago and then throughout the Midwest. An Elling show can contain ranting beat poetry, dramatic and poignant readings of Rilke, and hard-swinging scat. With endless touring Elling has won over not only critics but jazz audiences from coast to coast and has won numerous awards and has been nominated for a Grammy.

"Since the mid-1990s, no singer in jazz has been as daring, dynamic or interesting as Kurt Elling. He has come to embody the creative spirit in jazz." - The New York Times