CHELSEA TABLE + STAGE – New York’s newest hotspot for intimate dining and extraordinary music – will present Flamenco Vivo, one of the nation’s most prominent flamenco and Spanish dance companies, for two special performances on Friday, February 10 at 7:00 PM and Saturday, February 11 at 9:30 PM. Tickets are $35, in addition to a service charge and a two-item food and beverage minimum. CHELSEA TABLE + STAGE is located at 152 West 26th Street.
Flamenco Vivo presents the intimate and electric energy of the traditional Spanish flamenco. Enjoy curated wine, specialty cocktails, and delicious food as you marvel at the creativity and power of talented dancers and musicians in a casual, laid-back setting. Featuring guest performers from Spain and the US. Flamenco Vivo is a leader in championing the art of flamenco and its values, carrying forward a unique story of flamenco in the U.S. that’s over a century old. If you’ve never experienced flamenco before, we invite you to share this incredible, exciting tradition – one that invites you to feel more vividly, more alive, more you. Throughout the company’s history, they have employed emerging dance/music artists, and have premiered more than two dozen original works, offering commissions to outstanding choreographers and renowned artists. More information is available at flamenco-vivo.org
CHELSEA TABLE + STAGE, highlighting a diverse range of musical genres, is a welcome addition to the list of high-end venues on the New York performance scene, deftly balancing a glamourous interior, traditional hospitality, and top musical talent. The current lineup features a dazzling array from the worlds of pop, folk, country, soul, jazz, and much more. Providing a wide variety of upscale American menu items, with distinguished wine and bespoke cocktails, audiences will experience some of the best touring performers in the world, alongside local emerging artists. CHELSEA TABLE + STAGE melds the ambiance of a classic supper club with the acoustics of a serious listening room and a contemporary spin appealing to several generations of music lovers.
CHELSEA TABLE + STAGE opens the doors to hospitality, entertainment, and enjoyment every night, featuring state-of-the-art sound and lighting, a 10-seat in-theatre bar, lofted VIP mezzanine for private groups, and table seating for the perfect date night. The ever-changing menu and entertainment schedule means guests never have the same night twice. CHELSEA TABLE + STAGE is located at 152 West 26th Street (between Sixth and Seventh Avenues), downstairs inside the Hilton New York Fashion District. Purchase tickets at chelseatableandstage.com @chelseatableandstage
UPCOMING MUSIC HIGHLIGHTS AT CHELSEA TABLE + STAGE
Saturday, January 28 at 7:00 PM
NÉLIDA TIRADO FLAMENCO
Acclaimed Flamenco artist Nélida Tirado will return to the venue with a passionate and dynamic evening of traditional Flamenco music and dance through a contemporary lens, melding improvisation, emotion, “duende,” singing, and guitar playing. Tickets are $32. Nélida Tirado began her formal training at Ballet Hispanico of New York at the age of six. She was invited to tour the U.S. with José Molina Bailes Españoles and work as a soloist in Carlota Santana’s Flamenco Vivo, soloist/ dance captain of Compañia Maria Pages and Compañia Antonio El Pipa, performing at prestigious flamenco festivals and television in Spain and throughout France, Italy, UK, Germany and Japan. She has performed in Carmen with New York’s Metropolitan Opera and was the featured flamenco star in Riverdance on Broadway and touring companies.
Saturday, January 28 at 9:30 PM
Composer, conductor, and musician Randy Edelman will celebrate the soundscape of his career through a dazzling piano concert. He transports his audience with arrangements of his movie scores from Last of the Mohicans to My Cousin Vinny, and beyond. Randy will also be sharing his hit songs that have been recorded by popular artists including Barry Manilow, Patti LaBelle, Olivia Newton-John, Nelly, and others. Edelman has composed over 100 popular films including Gettysburg, 27 Dresses, Ghostbusters II, Kindergarten Cop, Twins, among others. He also created musical themes for the Olympics, ESPN, and NASA. He has shared stages with the Carpenters, Frank Zappa, Anthrax, Sister Sledge, and others. He has also written songs for Barry Manilow (“Weekend in New England), Patti LaBelle (“Isn’t it A Shame”), Blood Sweat and Tears (“Blue Street”), Kool & the Gang (“Amore, Amore”), Nelly (“My Place”), and more.
Friday, February 10 at 9:30 PM
JOE PINO QUARTET
The Joe Pino Quintet is a high-energy straight ahead jazz quintet, featuring the group’s original compositions and many Bebop classics. Pino is a New York City-based trumpeter who has performed at some of the most elite jazz venues in the city, including the Blue Note, Club Bohemia, Jazz at Kitano, Swing 46 and The Supper Club. His extensive performance career has led him playing with the national Broadway tour of Woody Allen’s Bullets Over Broadway, Elf the Musical at Madison Square Garden, and with the multi Grammy-winning Reggae group Morgan Heritage at Central Park Summer Stage.
Monday, February 27 and Monday, March 27 at 7:00 PM
After smash-hit debut performances last year, Samantha Pauly returns with a residency show at Chelsea Table + Stage. She is best known for originating the role of Katherine Howard in Broadway’s Six the Musical, as well as starring as Eva Peron in Jamie Lloyd’s critically acclaimed revival of Evita on London’s West End. Join Samantha as she sings everything from Broadway to pop and maybe even a country song
Thursday, March 2 at 7:00 PM
IZZE STEIN – “The Soul of Amy Winehouse”
New York R&B/Jazz singer Izze Stein commemorates the legacy of one of her greatest influences, Amy Winehouse, in a cabaret-style show featuring Amy’s most memorable songs. Joined by a band comprising some of NYC’s best jazz musicians, Izze will cover the full range of Amy’s songbook, from her comedic contemporary standards to her driving 50s-inspired ballads, and will share lesser known moments and stories about the late singer’s life. After studying Musical Theatre at the University of Michigan, Izze moved to New York and began singing at venues throughout the city, including Birdland, the Flatiron Room, Mezzrow, Smalls, and the Apollo Theater as a part of its historic Amateur Night. Just as Amy did, Izze writes her own music; she is currently working on her first original concept album.
Saturday, March 4 at 7:00 PM
Singer/songwriter and Urban Country recording artist Lauren Davidson has been called “a smooth as silk combination of Lady Antebellum and Kelsea Ballerini, gently mingled with her own powerhouse gusto” by American Songwriter. Davidson is unconventional, inimitable, and unmissable, blending New York City vibes with the rich tones of Contemporary Country. She has made countless radio appearances, played shows with Old Dominion, Carly Pearce, Russell Dickerson, Maddie & Tae, Michael Ray, and this year performed at Madison Square Garden as part of PBR’s “Unleash the Beast” tour. Davidson created “Urban Country Jam,” which presents country music mini-festivals in major cities.
Monday, March 13 at 7:00 PM
AMY SPANGER AND FRIENDS
See Broadway powerhouse Amy Spanger in a one-night-only concert where she will belt her actual face off. This Drama Desk-nominated Broadway Baby will sing songs from her celebrated career so far, including beloved tunes by Jonathan Larson, Cole Porter, Kander & Ebb, and more. Her special guests are the brilliant Broadway veteran Brian Shepard (who also happens to be her husband), and a few other talented friends from Broadway and beyond.
Thursday, March 16 and Sunday, April 30 at 7:00 PM
WENDY SCHERL – “The Sweetness and the Sorrow: Songs of Marvin Hamlisch”
Conceived with her two main collaborators, director Barry Kleinbort and musical director, Christopher Denny, Ms. Scherl takes a vocal joyride through the catalogue of Oscar, Tony, Emmy, Grammy and Pulitzer Prize winning composer Marvin Hamlisch, offering new takes on standards and rarities culled from his numerous Broadway shows, film scores and early pop songs. Wendy’s far-reaching program includes classics like “The Way We Were” and “What I Did For Love” along-side little known gems like “Sweet Alibis” and “Two Boys” (which Hamlisch wrote with the late Peter Allen). Wendy’s critically acclaimed debut album, You’ll See (Harbinger Records) earned her the 2020 MAC Award for “Recording of the Year” and was named Top 10 Female Vocalist CD for 2019 by Cadence Magazine.