Wednesday, June 21, 2017

The Ella Fitzgerald Piano Bar


The Ella Fitzgerald Piano Bar Throughout Harlem & East Harlem from 11:00am-6:00pm We proudly celebrate the 100th anniversary of the immortal singer’s birth with this unique daylong program. Our customized mobile piano bar (a pickup truck decked out with a keyboard and PA system) will make stops at five Harlem and East Harlem hot spots. At each location, we will pass out songbooks and microphones so that you can sing your favorite Ella tune along with piano accompaniment. Be a star for the day! Visit MakeMusicNY.org to browse our songbook, brush up on your favorite and come join us to celebrate the first day of Summertime.  Just Take the “A” Train uptown, hope for Blue Skies and meet us at one of the spots below.  It Don’t Mean a Thing without your participation, so Let’s Do It! Performance Stops: 11:00-11:45am Apollo Theater 253 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd (W 125th St) 12:30-1:15pm Red Rooster 310 Lenox Ave (125th/126th St) 2:15-3pm Sister’s Cuisine 47 East 124th Street (Fifth Av & Park Av) 3:45-4:30pm Uptown Grand Central Community Plaza Park Av & Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd (W 125th St), south side 5:15-6:00 National Jazz Museum in Harlem 58 W 129th St (Fifth Av & Lenox Av) Generously supported by the Ella Fitzgerald Charitable Foundation Supported by the Music Performance Trust Fund       The Ella Fitzgerald Piano Bar songbook includes the tunes: (I Love You) For Sentimental Reasons A Foggy Day A-Tisket, A-Tasket All the Things You Are Baby It’s Cold Outside (not seasonally appropriate, but makes a good duet) Blue Skies Cheek to Cheek Drop Me Off in Harlem Every Time We Say Goodbye Goodnight My Love How High the Moon I Don’t Mean a Thing Just One of Those Things Let’s Call the Whole Thing Off Mack the Knife Makin’ Whoopee Miss Otis Regrets Moonlight in Vermont My Melancholy Baby The Nearness of You Nice Work If You Can Get It Night and Day Oh Lady! Be Good Someone To Watch Over Me Summertime That Old Black Magic They Can’t Take That Away From Me You’ll Have to Swing It (Mr Paganini)

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