Thursday, Jun 14, 2012 8:00 PM EDT
(6:00 PM Doors)
Feinstein's at Loews Regency, New York, NY
FEINSTEIN'S AT LOEWS REGENCY, the nightclub proclaimed "Best of New York" by New York Magazine and "an invaluable New York institution" by The New York Post, will continue its Spring 2012 season with the celebrated chanteuse, MAUDE MAGGART and her new show “Into The Garden.” Inspired by the recent centennial of the Titanic, the evening will focus on landmark events, music, cultural shifts one hundred years ago. She will include songs by well-known composers like Jerome Kern, Noel Coward and Cole Porter, but also highlight select songs from earlier eras like “Come Into the Garden, Maud,” “That Society Bear” and “Take Me To The Cabaret.” Maggart will be joined by her Music Director John Boswell on piano. Maude made her New York nightclub debut as Michael Feinstein’s guest in December 2001. All shows will take place at the Loews Regency Hotel (540 Park Avenue at 61st Street).
MAUDE MAGGART, the vocalist who started her performing career in the clubs of New York and Los Angeles, has exploding into one of today's most compelling international concert artists. She has been featured on NPR's "Morning Edition," a Time Out New York cover story and Entertainment Weekly's "Must List." Maude was featured in the Turner Classic Movies Johnny Mercer documentary "This Time The Dream's On Me" – produced by Clint Eastwood – opposite Tony Bennett, Julie Andrews, Jamie Cullum, Audra McDonald and more. She recorded a duet with Broadway and TV star John Lithgow for his CD, The Sunny Side of the Street, which was nominated for a Grammy Award. Maude made her Australian debut as part of the Adelaide Cabaret Festival. Her latest CD, Maude Maggart Live, includes classic love songs such as "Skylark," "I Can't Get Started," "All The Things You Are" and "The Song Is You," in addition to rarely-heard vintage compositions by Kurt Weill ("The River Is So Blue"), Jerome Kern ("Let's Begin") and Harry Warren ("Coffee in the Morning, Kisses at Night"). Her recordings – which has have been featured in Newsweek, on Garrison Keillor's "A Prairie Home Companion" and on the BBC in London – are available at Amazon.com and CDBaby.com. She recently performed at Princeton University’s celebration of Cornel West opposite Harry Belafonte, George Clinton and Terence Blanchard and will be featured on Fiona Apple’s upcoming CD The Idler Wheel Is Wiser Than The Screw... MAUDE MAGGART is the scion of an acclaimed show business family: her grandmother starred in the George White Scandals, her grandfather was the star vocalist for the famed Harry James Big Band, her parents met while performing in the Broadway musical Applause and her sister is pop singer-songwriter Fiona Apple. Born and raised near 125th Street in New York City, Maude created a stir in Hollywood with her debut show at the Gardenia, when The Los Angeles Times said "Maude Maggart's talent and imagination offer hope for the future of cabaret." For more information, please visit www.maudemaggart.com.