Village Arts Series presents Nicole Johndrow :: Music
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NICOLE JOHNDROW TO PERFORM AT FOURTH ANNUAL
VILLAGE LIFE ARTS SERIES
Rising Star in New York City Cabaret Constellation to Perform at Warwick Grove
Warwick, NY… Popular New York Cabaret Performer Nicole Johndrow, accompanied by Warren Freeman, will perform at Warwick Grove in Warwick, New York as part of the Village Life Arts Series on Sunday, July 15 at 4 p.m. There is no charge for admission; however donations are suggested to benefit Friends of Warwick Valley Humane Society (www.alwaysforanimals.org).
Ms. Johndrow, a rising star in the New York City cabaret constellation, will perform an eclectic evening of songs with her trademark shimmering vocals and intimate, heart-wrenching delivery. Featuring standards, top 40 hits, and fresh material from Broadway's up-and-coming composers, Ms. Johndrow helps audiences rediscover timeless beloved songs, and introduces them to new favorites. She will be accompanied by Warren Freeman.
Ms. Johndrow made her solo New York cabaret debut with Mixtape Confessions: The Diary of a Teenage Optimist. She was last seen on the Birdland stage premiering several new songs for the composer Scott Evan Davis, one of which was written specifically for her cabaret two years ago at the Village Life Arts Series in Warwick, New York, where she is a recurring guest. For two years Nicole was a featured performer at the Nancy LaMott Room at the Bradstan Country Hotel in White Lake, New York. Theatrical credits include the National Tour of Cats (Jellylorum/Grizabella), The Best Little Whorehouse In Texas at the Ogunquit Playhouse opposite Sally Struthers, and the off-Broadway musical revue Back In Pictures. Nicole is a proud native of Lowville, New York.
Warren Freeman divides his time between New York and Austin as a performer, arranger, and vocal coach. You might have heard his arrangements in Amy Wolk and Gerard Salvador's cabaret series Friends With Benefits or at BC/EFA's Gypsy of the Year. He was musical director for Nicole’s previous solo shows at the Village Life Arts Series, which served as developmental workshops for Mixtape Confessions. Performance credits include Freddy Eynsford-Hill in the Cameron Mackintosh revival of My Fair Lady at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles, and Bye Bye Birdie at City Center Encores. He is the founder of a href="http://getonmysides.com/" target="_lank" title="blocked::http://getonmysides.com/">GetOnMySides.com, an online coaching service for singers.
The Village Life Arts Series at Warwick Grove will continue with two final concerts in August and October. The Gabriele Tranchina Quintet will perform as a part of the Hudson Valley Jazz Festival (www.hudsonvalleyjazzfest.org) on Saturday, August 18 at 4 p.m. Bringing rhythms and expressions of world cultures together with those of American jazz, Gabriele Tranchina joyfully explores her creamy three-octave range in powerhouse New York clubs like Birdland and the Blue Note, as well as in festivals and major clubs in Europe. She is backed by 2011 Grammy nominee Bobby
Sanabria (drums); husband Joe Vincent Tranchina (piano) – a multiple award-winning pianist, composer and arranger; Andy Eulau (acoustic and electric bass); and Renato Thoms (percussion).
All concerts will take place in Warwick Grove’s Neighborhood Center, located at 12 Cropsey Street. Seating is limited. Reservations may be made by calling Warwick Grove at 845-988-5274 or in person at 6 Hudson Street, Warwick, New York.
For more information about The Village Life Arts Series or Warwick Grove, please visit www.warwick-grove.com or call 845-988-5274.
Warwick Grove is a traditional neighborhood for active adults located in the Village of Warwick, New York. Master planned by Duany Plater Zyberk & Company, Warwick Grove utilizes the principles of Traditional Neighborhood Design, which looks for its inspiration to many of the most cherished historic towns and villages in the United States such as Charleston, South Carolina; Stonington, Connecticut and Nantucket, Massachusetts. Traditional Neighborhood Design places emphasis on human scale, a lively mix of uses and a pedestrian-friendly atmosphere.
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