The 11th St. Bar
510 EAST 11TH STREET, NEW YORK, NY 10009
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A Wondrous Tale About Emma Brooks combines the exquisite songs of Rivky, musically directed by David Seamon and narration written and performed by Jack Feldstein. With music and story, the tale of sixteen year old Emma Brooks unfolds, as she jumps into mad rivers and meets memorable characters along the way. Some of them are friendly; some of them are sly. All of them lead her to a most curious, wondrous adventure—and, ultimately, into self discovery.
Written and directed by Jack Feldstein
Songs/Lyrics by Rivky
Musical Director: David Seamon
Followed by 9/11 tribute and an evening of singing with Rivky, Brian and friends!!
$10 Ticket in Advance & a 2 Drink Minimum in the Cabaret Theatre*
$15 Ticket at the Door (plus service fee) & a 2 Drink Minimum in the Cabaret Theatre*
*Drinks Must be purchased In the Cabaret Theatre to count towards the Minimum.
Sunday, September 11th
Duplex Cabaret Theater
61 CHRISTOPHER STREET @ 7TH AVE
NYC, NY 10014
FOR INFORMATION CALL: (212) 255-5438
*Under 21 won’t be admitted without parent/guardian. Please contact the venue to fill out permission slip!
Brian Sanders on Cello
Ben Kramarz on Guitar
Dave Seamon on Keys
Noah Silver on Guitar
Matt Teitelman on Drums
And the Choir:
Sarah Capers, Daniela Sirotti, Jack Feldstein, Aryella Silver, Mimi Miriam, and Mariella Klinger
Um, aaand other lovelies that may or may not jump on stage at some point or another, lol?!!
Playing songs from the Album, Angel Sings The Blues!!
Including other melodies like, Lonely Bird and Mr. Honey!!
And if there’s time…a few other bits of new thingies.
Oh. And if I remember to make a batch, some Pistachio Bourbon Butterrrrrrrrrr…..and other merch that I’ll probably be completely unaware of until I plop stuff down at the table, ha.
See you there!!
A Wondrous Tale About Emma Brooks…
With Rivky, Brian Sanders And Jack Feldstein
And joining on sweet harmonic vocals, Sarah Capers!
161 Chrystie St, New York, NY 10002
Nov 7th, Saturday 7:30pm
A Wondrous Tale About Emma Brooks, combines the exquisite songs of Rivky, accompanied by talented cellist Brian Sanders with, a narration written and performed by Jack Feldstein. Music and story unfold, as sixteen year old, Emma Brooks, finds herself jumping into mad rivers, meeting memorable characters along the way, some of them friendly, some of them sly…all of them leading her to a most curiously, wondrous adventure…into self discovery.
Super excited for another special night hosting some of my musical friends at everyone’s home away from home, BACKYARD.
This month I’ve assembled an eclectic group of fine folks I’ve met throughout my musical journey in Brooklyn. Would love for you to come share in this evening from start to finish.
Hear some beautiful music. Taste some killer food. Sip on some fancy bourbon, fine wine & craft beer on tap.
Backyard Picnic Potluck: Indoor Summer Stage And Animal Food Art!!
Bring your blankets, your summer outfits, your hats, flip flops or just leave your shoes at the door! No need for bug spray!! 😉
Go make a messy kitchen and bring your completed food art to the table!
Design anything or relate it to the theme of the group exhibit that you’ll currently get to see at Fountain Gallery!
“Animal Impact” Curated by Heather Cammarata-Seale
JUNE 25 – AUGUST 12, 2015
Brian Sanders: Cello
With Special guest performances that might just bring the animal soul out of you, Rarrrrr!!
Doors open: 6pm
itunes, Amazon, Spotify, Pandora Radio or simply download at Bandcamp!
Go ignite your spark!! Get your friends involved, invite them! Be sure to bring enough food so that everyone can have just a little bit to taste!
If you’re feeling reeeeally creative with food, find singers/musical groups who have animal band names…Maybe even go a little word crazy!! Soup (Snoop) Doggy Dog…Jelly Phish? You can write the name inside a folded piece of paper placed beside your art piece so that people can guess who!
Use any ingredients as long as their edible! Make it fancy, simple or just plain silly.
**Be mindful and note the times above. Thank you!
*These events will be updated, changed periodically.
Frolicking this mellow Summer, cooking in various friends’ kitchens and singing until it all becomes one big smoky haze of Soulful, Foodie, Songiness all around. And perhaps food and beverages that you will kindly contribute to our byob table!
I finally might attempt to sell some of my homemade pistachio butter too, sweet and salty yumminess!
LIMITED seating at a lot of these spots. Come early!
Events will begin 6:30pm and often end no later than 10pm – which means we must exit location on time!
** Unless of course, permission granted, it shall be noted!
Be kind, be respectful, keep things tidy -you know the drill, folks!
THE KINGDOM OF VINCENT GRAPELLIA NYC actor, Vincent Grapelli, has lost his way in life and must find it again…It’s a magical show that’s both cabaret and musical theater,
No Reserved Seating! Seating is on a first come, first served basis. Please arrive early to ensure seating.Cast:Pianist/Singer/Narrator: Rivky Grossman
Cellist: Brian Sanders
Vincent Grapelli: Xander Chauncey
312 West 36th Street, 4th Floor East, New York, New York 10018
***Latest Happenings In May***
Cabaret/Musical! Still in development at the Workshop Theater Company, written and directed by Jack Feldstein, featuring 20 songs by Rivky!!
—Details to follow!!
Where: The Bitter End
147 Bleecker Street
(between Thompson and LaGuardia)
New York City, NY 10012
RECENT PERFORMANCE NOVEMBER 21, 2013 AT CEDAR LAKE NYC FOR FOUNTAIN GALLERY’S ANNUAL ART BENEFIT AND AUCTION:
“Mad About Art was a great success last night! We sold nearly 50k worth of art, raised a lot more for Fountain Gallery. I was also thrilled to have Suzanne Vega perform and send her off with a piece of art. Rivky Grossman also spoke and performed an amazing set. Thanks to all who helped make it a killer event!” -Jason Bowman, Director
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Previous shows 2013
Rivky will sing some of her original compositions, read some of her poems & present some of her paintings.
Rivky Grossman is a self-taught artist, Pianist, singer and writer who is thankful to have discovered a way to uniquely & unexpectedly blend all of her skills into a curious routine of creative exploration, bringing her passions to life, while living with the challenges of mental illness and fighting its stigma. Her artwork has been shown in NYC & The Hamptons & is currently exhibiting in Endicott College in Massachusetts. Some works, like the controversial piece, “Teffilin Nude” and “Haiku Swaying In The Sun”, have been sold to art collectors, Heidi Rigney amongst them. As an artist, Rivky primarily works with pastel, acrylic and collage. You can find Rivky blogging about her latest art projects, including “The Positivity Project”, (ask her about it!). For current artwork you can visit http://fountaingallerynyc.org/ .