Saturday, May 18, 2013 at 7 pm
Lucía Pulido & Ruben Samama - Live in Concert
Admission: $20 (includes wine service); seating with prepaid reservations ONLY (PayPal to info@287Spring.com or call 212 620 0935)
March 30, 2013, 7 pm
Svetlana & The Delancey 5 Live in Concert
Admission: $20.00, includes wine service. Seating with paid reservations only (Paypal to info@287Spring.com or call 212 620 0935).
From premier NYC jazz clubs to the underground world of NYC subway and secret speakeasy parties, Svetlana & The Delancey Five is a "very sweet & naughty" (Jazzlives), "energetic" (Wall Street Journal), "delightful" (WRHU Jazz Radio), and cinematically handsome Golden Age-inspired sextet. Rocking hard swinging 20s-40s jazz standards as well as charismatic originals, and featuring Svetlana's sultry "made for jazz" (streetcredmusic) vocals backed by the band members' inspired harmonizing and virtuoso instrumentals - their tunes are so infectious, they'll sweep you off your feet and steal your heart away!"
Svetlana Shmulyian (vox)
Adrian Cunningham (reeds / vox)
Dalton Ridenhour (piano)
Randy Reinhart (trumpet)
Brandi Disternheft (bass)
Rob Garcia (drums)
March 15, 2013, 8-10 PM:
I TRY: Performance by Anastasia Papatheodorou
I TRY, a solo performance by Anastasia Papatheodorou, appeals to the present-day economic crisis in Greece and its subsequent social upheaval. The country which thinks itself the cradle of the Western civilization, is once again approaching ruin. How will this dire situation affect the soul of the modern Greece and its most vulnerable inhabitants: the young, the elderly, the unemployed, and the artistic community, which so often suffers first?
BRAZILIAN JAZZ AT 287 SPRING : MASHA CAMPAGNE & HENDRIK MEURKENS (January 12, 2013)
Acclaimed jazz vocalist Masha Campagne is joined by virtuoso Hendrik Meurkens for a chamber night of live Brazilian jazz & Bossa Nova at 287 Spring. They will present their new collaboration titled Like Water, Like Air (official CD release party in New York City).
NAMGAR : LIVE IN CONCERT AT 287 SPRING (November 17, 2012)
From the Kennedy Center: "In the heart of Siberia, under a bottomless blue sky, Namgar's songs were born. She mastered the mysteries of the great wide open and the voices of spirits of mountains and forests. She loves the melodies sung by her grandmother and her father and desires to maintain the tradition that is becoming extinct. Namgar sings long songs and yokhor dance tunes - uliger legends of mighty champions, precise arrows, and swift horses - just as they were sung ages ago, with arrangements that make her music appealing to world music fans".
VLADA TOMOVA'S BALKAN TALES : LIVE IN CONCERT AT 287 SPRING (September 27, 2012)
On September 27, Brooklyn's exquisite Bulgarian songstress Vlada Tomova performed an exclusive chamber engagement for an audience of no more than fifty at 287 Spring. The haunting magic of Vlada's tunes resonated among the art works created for our inaugural show, with fresh natural wines warming the night. The concert went late into the night with Vlada's friends joining her on stage for a mesmerizing a capella performance of folk poliphonies from Bulgaria, Russia, and Ukraine.