Join idk tonight, the platform that helps couples figure out where to go and what to do in New York City, in their first ever concert created just for couples, by couples. Performances by:
Lexi Rabadi & Matthew Farcher
Spencer Myer & Mario Diaz Moresco
Michael Brofman & Stanichka Dimitrova
Caffe Vivaldi veterans pianist Dimitri Landrain and singer songwriter Brad Cole team up for a set of Mostly Standards: offering a new twist on many old and not so old favorites.
The music of Brad Cole address the ups and downs of the human condition with both wit and raw insight. As a nationally touring artist, Cole has shared the stage with Chris Stapleton, Shovels and Rope, Ingrid Michaelson and The Kink’s Dave Davies and in 2015, Brad was named Winner of The 2015 Great American Song Contest. Along with Mostly Standards, Cole’s numerous side projects include: the jazz / blues cover project Bossa Blue and the acclaimed singer/songwriter trio Cole, Nakoa & Treacher. Brad splits his time between Nashville and New York City and tours extensively both as a solo acoustic performer and with his full band. Find Brad on Spotify, iTunes and at Bradcolemusic.com
Dimitri Landrain is a French-Norwegian pianist and composer living in New York City. He splits his time between jazz performance, writing for musical theater, and is currently a member of the BMI Lehman Engel Musical Theatre Workshop. You can find his solo piano jazz album "September, NYC" (including a composition about Cafe Vivaldi - "Cafe At Vivaldi/Tipsy Waltz") currently available on iTunes and Spotify.
Anchored by redheaded songbird Stephanie Layton, Eden Lane performs standards from The Great American Songbook and Prohibition Era, crafting their sets to combine fresh takes on famous tunes with rarer gems from deep in the vintage vault.
They are especially thrilled to be returning to old friend Caffe Vivaldi, which is where they made their debut performance as a band several years ago.
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Currently we are gathering resources to soundproof our windows and part of our ceiling so that we can continue to provide our patrons with live music for many years to come. You can press the button below to donate any amount you are comfortable with giving.
F E A T U R E D O N O U R B L O G
sunday – THURsday, 6 pm – 11.30 pm
Friday, 6 pm – Midnight
saturday, 6 pm – midnight
Please note that we are a cash-only venue with an ATM on the premises