Birdland Jazz Club to Open New, 100-Seat Performance Space

Cabaret & Concert News   Birdland Jazz Club to Open New, 100-Seat Performance Space
 
The popular midtown venue has finished construction on the Birdland Theater.
Birdland Theater
Birdland Theater

Birdland Jazz Club has completed construction on their new venue, the Birdland Theater. The 100-seat performance space is located on the lower level of the existing theatre district hotspot 315 West 44th Street.

Ryan Paternite and Jim Caruso will head programming for the venue, which will feature cabaret, jazz, dance, burlesque, comedy, and more. The theatre will also allow for an extension of the current Broadway at Birdland programming, with more performances by stage favorites and limited-run off-Broadway productions.

The theatre will kick off a preview season from July to November with performances by Lucie Arnaz, Marilyn Maye, Amanda Green, Susie Mosher, and more. The grand opening date and a full list of performers will be announced soon.

Birdland Theater Preview Schedule:
July 17-21: Lucie Arnaz
July 24: The Lineup with Susie Mosher
July 24-28: Marilyn Maye with Tedd Firth Trio
July 31-August 4: Marilyn Maye with Billy Stritch Trio
August 7: The Lineup with Susie Mosher
August 21: The Lineup with Susie Mosher
August 23-25: Daniel Reichard
August 29-September 1: Katie Thiroux Trio + Special Guest Ken Peplowksi
September 4: The Lineup with Susie Mosher
September 5-8: Emmet Cohen Trio
September 18: The Lineup with Susie Mosher
September 19-22: Nellie McKay CD release celebration
September 23: Amanda Green, In the House
September 26-29: Miss Coco Peru
October 2: The Lineup with Susie Mosher
October 3-6: Anita Gillette
October 14: Jamie deRoy & Friends
October 16: The Lineup with Susie Mosher
October 17-20: Robert Fairchild
October 21: Amanda Green “In the House”
November 18: Amanda Green “In the House”

For more info, visit BirdlandJazz.com

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