Cabaret comes twice-over to the symphony! Audra McDonald appear with the National Symphony Orchestra at Wolf Trap 6/22, and Tony DeSare, Ryan Silverman, Storm Large and Frankie Marino appear in Let’s Be Frank: The Songs of Frank Sinatra with the NSO Pops at the Kennedy Center 6/5 & 6.
The woman who told us that she’s a brass band in the movie of Sweet Charity appears at Strathmore in An Evening with Shirley MacLaine 5/9. Elsewhere, the Manhattan Transfer appear at the Birchmere 6/10 and John Pizzarelli is scheduled for Blues Alley 5/14-17.
Baltimore’s Cabaret at Germano’s has its usual full slate: Jennifer Blades and the Peabody Institute’s Cabaret Class 5/1; Kings of Crownsville 5/2 & 6/6; Miles Wide 5/3; Rockabilly Nights with Jeanie Broderick 5/8; Ghosts of Weimar 5/9; Grand Theft Auto…a love song with Eli Staples and Jeff Reed 5/14; The Glenn Angus Jazz Quartet presents A Heapin’ Helpin’ o’ Herbie Hancock 5/15; The Apple Scruffs in The Beatles “Unplugged” 5/16; The Goddess Lakshmi Mayflower Tour 5/17; Matthew Kenworthy: Broadway Past and Future 5/21; Three Cent Trio 5/23; The Baltimore Mandolin Quartet 5/24; Nico Sarbanes: The Great American Songbook 5/28; Cold Spring Jazz Quartet 5/29; Three for a Song with Breaking Bad: Sinful Songs from the 1920s and ‘30s 5/30; Redwine Jazz Band 6/5; Julie Kurzava and Diane Kinsley: Wit, Whimsy, and the Gershwins 6/7; Melinda Whittington and Ethan Uslan: Downton Abbey Cabaret 6/12; Laurette Hankins-O’Connell in Broadway Goes to the Movies 6/13; César Orozco and Kamarata Jazz 6/14; In Session 6/19; Ayreheart in Concert 6/25; Howard Alden & Jeanne Gies with Buddy Wachter 6/26; Trio Caliente 6/27.
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— Michael Miyazaki