I am excited for this upcoming show! The Players Club is located at 16 Gramercy Park South and is a place worth seeing when you have the opportunity. There is so much rich history at the club as it was the home of Edwin Booth, one of the great "players" of his day, and a meeting place through the years for many auspicious characters including Mark Twain and Walter Cronkite. Patrick Terry, my friend and the Producer for The Walk to Fisterra, is a member of The Players Club and is hosting this event. Visit the Facebook event page to RSVP. All proceeds from this benefit concert will support The Walk to Fisterra. Donations are happily accepted at the door. We hope to see you there!
The concert on Tuesday, March 11 was a success. We had a wonderful audience and everyone enjoyed very much listening to the music resound in such a beautiful space. I want to express my gratitude to Michael Reingold of NYC House Concerts, Janet Sachs, Congregation Shaare Zedek, Irene and Olivia Katrandjian and my team, Patrick Terry, Tristan Cook, Austin Kase and Ben Nemzer for their help in making the production a success. Thank you all! Please join us for upcoming concerts at The Players Club on March 26th, at the American Irish Historical Society on April 9th and at the Church of St. Luke and St. Matthew in Brooklyn on May 11th. Check back for frequent updates about these and other concerts!
Dane will be performing on Tuesday, March 11, at Congregation Shaare Zedek on New York's Upper West Side. Works to include Johann Sebastian Bach's Suites for Solo Cello in D minor and C Major as well as the Suite for Solo Cello by Gaspar Cassado. The concert is a benefit/fundraiser for Dane's upcoming trip to Spain and for the creation of his film recording of Bach's Six Suites. Visit the website to learn more about The Walk to Fisterra. Please bring your friends and join us for some wonderful music. Come say hello to Dane after the concert and ask about the reception...
March 11, 2014 7:30 PM
Hosted by Congregation Shaare Zedek
212 West 93rd Street btw Broadway and Amsterdam Ave.
Tickets at sznyc.org
$20 in advance, $25 at the door, $15 for students and members of Shaare Zedek