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A Night on The Town

Friday, February 14, 2014

This weekend New York is filled with Valentine’s Day concerts. Here are our picks for a romantic night of music out on the town.

Michael Feinstein performs in the Stern Auditorium at Carnegie Hall Friday night with guests Laura Osnes and Julian Ovenden. For this Valentine’s Day treat, Michael will be supported by Bucky Pizzarelli, Tedd Firth and others. www.carnegiehall.org

Across town at Birdland, Cyrille Aimee and her band perform Friday and Saturday nights. You can expect the unexpected when you see her sing. www.birdlandjazz.com

Also on Friday, Jazz at Lincoln Center presents legendary vocalist Dianne Reeves performing songs of love and seduction. Joining her is a stellar supporting cast including pianist Peter Martin, Sean Jones and Tia Fuller. www.jalc.org

Vocalist Jane Monheit performs a special program in celebration of Valentine’s day at the Met Museum on Saturday. www.metmuseum.org

Also on Saturday, pianist Bill Charlap salutes George Gershwin with an all-star lineup including Melissa Walker, Jimmy Greene, Steve Wilson and others. www.njpac.org

 

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