Things kick off when Chicago and How to Succeed veteran Luba Mason performs highlights from her new Brazilian jazz album, "Krazy Love," Feb. 2 at 6 PM.
Show business legend Liza Minnelli will make a special appearance with her musical director Billy Stritch Feb. 3 at 6 PM. Minnelli will celebrate the recording of her acclaimed Broadway engagement Liza's at the Palace . . .! Wristbands for this special event will be made available for individuals who purchase Minnelli's recording beginning at 9 AM.
On Feb. 4 at 6 PM, cabaret performer Nancy Stearns will perform highlights from her album "This Moment," a set of eclectic selections from the American songbook. Following Stearns at 7:30 PM will be The Color Purple's Rosena M. Hill, who will celebrate her debut solo album, "If You Believe."
Author Leonard Jacobs will discuss his acclaimed book of photography, "Historic Photos of Broadway" — which captures long-gone theatres and the history of Broadway from 1850-1970 — Feb. 9 at 6 PM. Jacobs will be joined by several musical performers yet to be announced.
Vocalist Todd Murray performs selections from his album "Stardust & Swing" Feb. 11 at 6 PM. The following week, critically heralded singer-songwriter Ann Hampton Callaway sings and signs her new recording "At Last" Feb. 16 at 6 PM. Kennedy Center-honored conductor and musical director Zubin Mehta will discuss his career and his new self-titled memoir with historian Barbara Haws Feb. 22 at 3 PM. Crooner Johnny Rodgers, most recently seen on Broadway with Liza Minnelli at the Palace, will perform from his new recording, "Bound Together," Feb. 25 at 6 PM.
On Feb. 25 at 7:30 PM, comic writer Christopher Moore shares thoughts on his work "Fool," a backwards tale of the court jester who tries to clean up the mess made by King Lear.
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