Christine Andreas, award-winning singer, actress, and two-time Tony nominee will return to Café Carlyle for two nights only, April 18 and 19, with her show, Two For The Road. Andreas’s performances had The New York Times accusing her of ...electrifying her audiences”, “...transforming them with pure alchemy”, and “...delicately killing with the sheer beauty of her voice”.
Two For The Road is a riveting, rollicking musical journey of love and adventure that begins at The White House and spans all 7 continents. Christine Andreas and her Grammy-nominated husband, Martin Silvestri, present an evening of Broadway Classics and Gems of the American Songbook… from Berlin to Bacharach, Gershwin to Billy Joel.
Seth Rudetsky returns to Café Carlyle on February 20th, March 13th and April 3rd.
World-renowned guitarist and vocalist John Pizzarelli returns to Café Carlyle for a two-week residency from March 14 to March 25.
John Lloyd Young, the Tony and Grammy Award-winning original star of JERSEY BOYS, returns to the Café Carlyle with an all-new set of Golden Era classics from March 28th through April 1st.
Iconic author and creator of Sex and the City returns to Café Carlyle with her acclaimed one-woman show, April 25 - 29.
Tony Award-winning actress, singer, and dancer, Sutton Foster, returns to Café Carlyle with her all new show, May 23 – June 3.
On Saturday, April 22, for one night only, violinist Richard Tognetti, the charismatic Artistic Director of the internationally renowned Australian Chamber Orchestra (ACO), will make a much-anticipated return to New York for his Café Carlyle debut alongside an all-star line-up of ACO musicians.
For two nights only, April 20 and 21, Grammy-Winning baritone, John Brancy, and pianist and host of NPR’s From The Top, Peter Dugan, will bring an evening of entertainment and song to Café Carlyle.
Rufus Wainwright, who has been praised by the New York Times for his “genuine originality” and established himself as one of the great male vocalists, songwriters, and composers of his generation, is set to debut at Café Carlyle from May 16 to May 20 with an all new show "Wainwright does Weill".
Alan Cumming (Cabaret, The Good Wife) and Ari Shapiro (NPR’s All Things Considered, Pink Martini) both transport audiences to other worlds through their stories. Now, they’re joining forces in SONG. Witness the exclusive debut of their new evening of tunes and tall tales titled “Och & Oy! A Considered Cabaret.”
Academy Award and Golden Globe-winning actress Mira Sorvino is set to debut at Café Carlyle, June 13 through June 17. The show entitled My Life in 20 Songs will be a night of the music and stories that shaped Mira.