That Thing Called Love cabaret night with Ken Ard (vocal) and Mark Berman (piano) on February 10, 2018 at Pangea Club
This unforgettable music night brings together an accomplished cabaret singer and actor Ken Ard accompanied on piano by a masterful musician and composer Mark Berman. The show on Saturday, February 10 starts at 7 pm.
Ken Ard is an American singer, dancer, choreographer and actor. Born in Oakland, California in 1960, he grew up in a home visited by a large number of jazz greats such as Joe Williams, Paul Chambers, and Carmen McRae. Music and dance had permeated his early years. At age 17 Ard started performing with Oakland and San Francisco Ballet. He later moved to NYC and took principal roles on Broadway in Cats, Starlight Express, Song and Dance, Jelly’s Last Jam and Smokey Joe’s Cafe.
Ard is also known for his work in film. His next career chapter had brought him to Europe touring and performing with various jazz musicians. 2009 marked the release of his debut jazz CD “Ballads, Blues & Cocktails”.
Mark Berman, a well-known pianist, composer, and arranger, has performed and recorded with who’s who of jazz, pop and rock from Aretha Franklin to Wycliffe Gordon and many others. He has written and produced music for television and film including Sex in the City, Nurse Jackie and more. Berman has also been a powerful presence on Broadway, where he has conducted orchestras for Rent, Smokey Joe’s Cafe and Blood Brothers, and played lead piano/keyboards on Bullets Over Broadway, The Boy from Oz and many other popular plays. He is a graduate of Hartt School of Music.
Pangea, located in the heart of East Village in NYC, is truly a downtown oasis of great music, good food, and tasty drinks.
You can reserve your seats for the night here or pay at the doors.
Date: Saturday, February 10, 2018 at 7pm