Rob Holzer
Jan
18
9:00 PM21:00

Rob Holzer

Veteran singer/songwriter Rob Holzer is enjoying his second year in residence at Caffe Vivaldi. Born and bred in New York, Rob brings a soulful and intimate writing style to his solo performance, stepping out of the band environment he's enjoyed through the years to dive deeper into his material as a solo artist. Playing songs he's written over the past 20+ years in and out of the city, his music tells the stories of love and loss, isolation and connection, and ultimately revelation in the thoroughly human experience of a life well-lived. Rob is often joined by some of the city's finest musicians for guest appearances. The vibe is laid back with a community feel and is quintessentially West Village ...more akin to a living room performance.

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Pete Muller & Friends
Jan
25
7:30 PM19:30

Pete Muller & Friends

Pete Muller has been a resident artist at Caffe Vivaldi for over 10 years.

Some people know Muller as a pioneer in quant investing. Not as many know that, while he was emerging as a giant in the financial world, he was also busking in New York City subways, sharing his original and wholehearted songs with harried New York City commuters.

Muller, trained early in jazz improvisation and honing his skills hosting a songwriting circle in New York City, his music has captured the attention of such varied outlets as The New York Times and Forbes Magazine. Inspired by the likes of Shawn Colvin, Patty Griffin, and Elvis Costello, Pete's lyrics tend toward the honest and the straightforward and his latest album, Two Truths and a Lie, was produced by the Grammy-winning Rick DePofi.

Most recently, as a Berklee College of Music Trustee, Muller partnered with the music school and the City of New York to renovate and revitalize the storied Power Station Recording Studios in New York. With an emphasis on “reinventing” music education, the new facility will concentrate on continuing education for school-age children, teacher training, and providing internships to current Berklee students. 

Do better. Keep going. Muller's message is as simple as it is inspiring.

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Pete Muller & Friends
Feb
15
7:30 PM19:30

Pete Muller & Friends

Pete Muller has been a resident artist at Caffe Vivaldi for over 10 years.

Some people know Muller as a pioneer in quant investing. Not as many know that, while he was emerging as a giant in the financial world, he was also busking in New York City subways, sharing his original and wholehearted songs with harried New York City commuters.

Muller, trained early in jazz improvisation and honing his skills hosting a songwriting circle in New York City, his music has captured the attention of such varied outlets as The New York Times and Forbes Magazine. Inspired by the likes of Shawn Colvin, Patty Griffin, and Elvis Costello, Pete's lyrics tend toward the honest and the straightforward and his latest album, Two Truths and a Lie, was produced by the Grammy-winning Rick DePofi.

Most recently, as a Berklee College of Music Trustee, Muller partnered with the music school and the City of New York to renovate and revitalize the storied Power Station Recording Studios in New York. With an emphasis on “reinventing” music education, the new facility will concentrate on continuing education for school-age children, teacher training, and providing internships to current Berklee students. 

Do better. Keep going. Muller's message is as simple as it is inspiring.

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Rob Holzer
Feb
15
9:30 PM21:30

Rob Holzer

Veteran singer/songwriter Rob Holzer is enjoying his second year in residence at Caffe Vivaldi. Born and bred in New York, Rob brings a soulful and intimate writing style to his solo performance, stepping out of the band environment he's enjoyed through the years to dive deeper into his material as a solo artist. Playing songs he's written over the past 20+ years in and out of the city, his music tells the stories of love and loss, isolation and connection, and ultimately revelation in the thoroughly human experience of a life well-lived. Rob is often joined by some of the city's finest musicians for guest appearances. The vibe is laid back with a community feel and is quintessentially West Village ...more akin to a living room performance.

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Celebrating Billboard Top 10 International Multi-Award Winning "Knockout" (The Huffington Post) Album Rhythmic Movement!
Feb
18
6:00 PM18:00

Celebrating Billboard Top 10 International Multi-Award Winning "Knockout" (The Huffington Post) Album Rhythmic Movement!

Program: Tania Stavreva's Billboard Top 10 debut album Rhythmic Movement, which is produced, engineered and mixed by legend Ron Saint Germain (Jimi Hendrix), with guest artist Will Calhoun (Living Colour) on track 14. is so far the winner of 8 International music awards as well as received extraordinary praise from major national and international press:

"Edgy, knock-out, Tania Stavreva's got rhythm" - The Huffington Post

"A knockout of an album" - Blogcritics Magazine

"World-Class! Impressive! Adventurous! Entertaining! Exquisite!
Tania Stavreva has taken solo piano to rare heights!" 
- Classicalite News


"Tania Stavreva's "Rhythmic Movement" brings you classical music with a modern twist.
The Bulgarian-born virtuoso has a unique contemporary classic style" 
AXS.com 


"Wow! This is exceptionally good! Fiery pianism...exhilarating lightness..sense of joy!" - The Arts Desk Magazine (UK)

"Extraordinary, intoxicating, superb, incredible, spectacular, evocative! ...from hot to hotter!" - Performing Arts Review

"Bold, unique, a cross-genre trailblazer...Stavreva's interpretations stretch the original concepts,
respecting their heredity without being subject to the same" 
AllAboutJazz.com 

"Monstrously talented musician..exploring rhythm in fascinating ways" - The Flip Side Reviews by Kevin Filipski 

"Her audience was transformed not only by her skills at the piano, which truly were spectacular,
but also by her immense creativity." 
- The Times of Israel

Come to celebrate Rhythmic Movement at Caffe Vivaldi. The album will be available on sale after the show where there will be meet and green with Tania Stavreva who will be available to sign CDs.

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Denise Reis
Mar
8
8:00 PM20:00

Denise Reis

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Denise amazes and delights audiences from around the world with her warmth, unique artistic expression and exquisite musicality. Her music, rich with emotion and Latin-American textures, speaks to the human ear and heart, allowing concertgoers and listeners to experience commonalities of human experience transcending all cultural barriers. Through her music Denise strives to bring the harmony, warmth and joy embodied by Brazilian culture to the world.

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Pete Muller & Friends
Mar
14
7:30 PM19:30

Pete Muller & Friends

Pete Muller has been a resident artist at Caffe Vivaldi for over 10 years.

Some people know Muller as a pioneer in quant investing. Not as many know that, while he was emerging as a giant in the financial world, he was also busking in New York City subways, sharing his original and wholehearted songs with harried New York City commuters.

Muller, trained early in jazz improvisation and honing his skills hosting a songwriting circle in New York City, his music has captured the attention of such varied outlets as The New York Times and Forbes Magazine. Inspired by the likes of Shawn Colvin, Patty Griffin, and Elvis Costello, Pete's lyrics tend toward the honest and the straightforward and his latest album, Two Truths and a Lie, was produced by the Grammy-winning Rick DePofi.

Most recently, as a Berklee College of Music Trustee, Muller partnered with the music school and the City of New York to renovate and revitalize the storied Power Station Recording Studios in New York. With an emphasis on “reinventing” music education, the new facility will concentrate on continuing education for school-age children, teacher training, and providing internships to current Berklee students. 

Do better. Keep going. Muller's message is as simple as it is inspiring.

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Pete Muller & Friends
Apr
19
7:30 PM19:30

Pete Muller & Friends

Pete Muller has been a resident artist at Caffe Vivaldi for over 10 years.

Some people know Muller as a pioneer in quant investing. Not as many know that, while he was emerging as a giant in the financial world, he was also busking in New York City subways, sharing his original and wholehearted songs with harried New York City commuters.

Muller, trained early in jazz improvisation and honing his skills hosting a songwriting circle in New York City, his music has captured the attention of such varied outlets as The New York Times and Forbes Magazine. Inspired by the likes of Shawn Colvin, Patty Griffin, and Elvis Costello, Pete's lyrics tend toward the honest and the straightforward and his latest album, Two Truths and a Lie, was produced by the Grammy-winning Rick DePofi.

Most recently, as a Berklee College of Music Trustee, Muller partnered with the music school and the City of New York to renovate and revitalize the storied Power Station Recording Studios in New York. With an emphasis on “reinventing” music education, the new facility will concentrate on continuing education for school-age children, teacher training, and providing internships to current Berklee students. 

Do better. Keep going. Muller's message is as simple as it is inspiring.

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Jazz Cats Jam Sesh with John Lander
Jan
14
8:00 PM20:00

Jazz Cats Jam Sesh with John Lander

Meow.

John Lander is a pianist, multi-instrumentalist, producer and music director. Aside from touring stateside and throughout Europe, John performs regularly in New York and also works as a dance accompanist at the Juilliard School, Columbia University's Barnard College and the Mark Morris Dance Group. Every Sunday evening, John hosts an open-invitation jazz jam session at Caffe Vivaldi. Bring your instrument, your friends and join in! No cover.

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    Brad Cole / Dimitri Landrain: Mostly Standards
    Jan
    12
    7:00 PM19:00

    Brad Cole / Dimitri Landrain: Mostly Standards

    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.

     

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    Jazz Cats Jam Sesh with John Lander
    Jan
    7
    8:00 PM20:00

    Jazz Cats Jam Sesh with John Lander

    Meow.

    John Lander is a pianist, multi-instrumentalist, producer and music director. Aside from touring stateside and throughout Europe, John performs regularly in New York and also works as a dance accompanist at the Juilliard School, Columbia University's Barnard College and the Mark Morris Dance Group. Every Sunday evening, John hosts an open-invitation jazz jam session at Caffe Vivaldi. Bring your instrument, your friends and join in! No cover.

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