Dozens of Artists, Including Tony Nominees, Set for Frank Sinatra at 100 Celebration Concert

News   Dozens of Artists, Including Tony Nominees, Set for Frank Sinatra at 100 Celebration Concert
 
Symphony Space will present Frank Sinatra at 100, a starry celebration of the late singer's centennial, Oct. 17.

Over the course of three three-hour sets – 2 PM, 5 PM and 8 PM – no fewer than 100 songs from Sinatra’s repertoire will be performed by dozens of artists, including Tony nominees Rebecca Luker and Santino Fontana, Noah Racey and Wicked's Lindsay Mendez, among many others.

Santino Fontana
Santino Fontana

The house band throughout the day will be led by Russ Kassoff on piano, with Dick Sarpola on bass and John Redsecker on drums. Jonathan Schwartz will host.

The event is produced and curated by Joel Fram and Annette Jolles and directed by Jolles.

Artists currently scheduled to appear include Harry Allen, Lorin Latarro, Peter Cincotti, Luker, Bill Charlap and Sandy Stewart, Audra Mariel, Eric Comstock and Barbara Fasano, Marilyn Maye, Robert Creighton, Mendez and Marco Paguia, Tony Danza, Ted Nash, Kate Davis, Bucky Pizzarelli and Ed Laub, The DiGiallonardo Sisters, Racey, Fontana, Angel Reda, La Tanya Hall, Ryan Silverman, Candice Hoyes, Sachal, Storm Large, Karen Wyman and Nick Ziobro.

The concert takes place in Symphony Space’s Peter Jay Sharp Theatre. Tickets for one segment are $45/$35; Members, $36/$28; 30 and under, $25. If two segments are purchased, the third is free. Details can be found at symphonyspace.org.

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