Andrea Marcovicci Celebrates 25 Years at the Algonquin With New CD

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Cabaret favorite Andrea Marcovicci, who has been spellbinding audiences at the Algonquin Hotel's Oak Room for more than two decades, is currently celebrating her 25th season at the famed venue with a new show entitled No Strings and a new, limited edition CD.

Andrea Marcovicci
Andrea Marcovicci Photo by Daniel Reichert

The two-song recording, simply titled "Andrea Marcovicci 25th Anniversary," features two never-before-recorded tunes: "Back at the Algonquin" (by Michael Cohen and Enid Futterman) and "The Night I Fell in Love With Paris" (by Tom Toce). The CD also features piano and arrangements by Shelly Markham and Tim Emmons on bass.

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No Strings, which plays through Dec. 30 at the Algonquin, features music director Markham on piano and Jered Egan on bass. The show, according to press notes, is a "journey about life on the road: a warm, funny, heartfelt, and candid tale of Andrea's time spent traveling from city to city and what that bittersweet time has meant to her as a singer, an actress, a wife and mother." Song highlights include "Sunday in New York," "Two For the Road," "How are Things in Glocca Morra?," "Under Paris Skies" and "A Foggy Day."

For more information and reservations call (212) 419-9331 or (212) 840-6800 and ask for Oak Room Reservations.

To read a recent interview with Marcovicci, click here.

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