Ed McCann’s “Writers Read” celebrates the spoken word, showcasing short works of established and emerging artists this Sunday, 10/26, 2pm at The Cell Theatre, 338 W23rd St., NYC. Check out the lineup of writers and learn more about each by visiting their Writers Read home page. There are just a few seats left. If you’d like to join us you can order your tickets by clicking here Hope to see you there.
This Tuesday night, Oct 28, 8pm, the very talented singer/songwriter/guitarist Martina Fiserova will be appearing at the Path Cafe, 131 Christopher Street, NYC
Also on Tuesday night, 6pm until…whatever…playwright Brona Crehan invites all to a fundraiser for her play Pillow on the Stairs at Ryan’s Daughter, 85th St.between 1st and 2nd Avenues. Artist Barry Finnegan will be there to draw Brona’s event and violinist Annette Homann will be providing the entertainment. $25 per person.
Annette Homann will also be performing with the Spectrum Symphony on Wednesday, in the West Village, St. Joseph’s, 371 Sixth Avenue, NYC, Wednesday, October 29th 2014, 7:30 pm. The program: Ljova’s “Mecklenburg” (2013) String orchestra premiere; Brahms’s “Double” Concerto for violin and cello, op. 102, Artur Kaganovskiy, violin soloist and Miho Zaitsu, cello soloist, and Beethoven’s Symphony no. 3 “Eroica” in E flat op. 55. David A. Grunberg, conductor
Tickets: $20, VIP Seating $35. For tickets click here
“How to Build a Fire” – Brooklyn Edition. Guest curated and hosted by Martin Kleinman, Thursday, October 30 at 7:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. Open Source Gallery – 306 17th Street, Park Slope, NY 11215. This month’s storytellers include: Mellini Kantayya – author/actor, Marian Fontana – writer/actor, Susan Kellman – mob lawyer and Daniel Kleinman – social media guru
AWoW is happy to announce its first evening at Rockwood Music Hall, Wed, 11/12, 7pm. We’ve assembled a great array of talent: Deni Bonet, Warren Malone, Niamh Hyland, Jack O’Connell, and performing together are Tara O’Grady and Sasha Papernik. Please come out and support these terrific artists. Our goal is to sell out the room and recognize our very talented members. Tickets are $20 but $15 for AWoW members using the code…awwmember. Click here for tickets