NiCori Studios and Productions presents Shows Ta Go Ya! & Other Songs of Bobbie Horowitz at Stage 72 at the Triad today, March 3 at 3pm.
Performers include cabaret singer Bob Diamond, 2013 MAC nominee and director of the Joe Franklin show, who was the Director of Supernumeraries and Children for the Metropolitan Opera for sixteen years, Dana Lorge, 2013 MAC nominated host of the Wednesday Night at the Iguana series, two time MAC Award nominee, Stearns Matthews and 2013 MAC Award nominee for Recurring Series, "Music at the Mansion" host, Corinna Sowers Adler.
Bobbie Horowitz has collaborated with composers such as David Friedman, John Meyer, Sharon "Spector" Schapow, Jimmy Curtiss, Malcolm Dodds, and others. She wrote a musical, The S.C.R.A.P. Workshop with Mr. Meyer. She was asked to write a special tribute for Jimmy Smith, recipient of the Ambassador Award given by Isagenix, which she performed at the Mandalay Bay Resort in Las Vegas. As half of the comic musical writing/performing team Horowitz & Spector, she won a MAC Award (Manhattan Association of Cabarets & Clubs) for their show, "Whatever Happened To the Kids From Brooklyn?" Their songs have received NY Daily News, Billboard and ASCAP panel awards and have been played on theatrical & country music radio stations, scoring highly on the independent country charts.
Tony winner, Chuck Cooper recorded "Together America", a song they wrote with Malcolm Dodds, composer of "We Always Look For The Union Label". They appeared three times on the Joe Franklin TV Show and were frequently featured in news columns. There video, "Fudge Fish Cakes", was featured on American Airlines flights. Bobbie can be seen on You Tube as part of Horowitz & Spector and, also, in a featured You Tube video. Bobbie appeared in a group show at The Oak Room of the Algonquin Hotel, as Part of the Squeeze Box Review in Brooklyn's Public Assembly and has been seen, singing her songs at The Salon and at Wednesday Night at the Iguana, Le Sqeezebox Cabaret and in The Taffy Jaffe Show at The Cornelia Street Cafe.
CatchShows Ta Go Ya! & Other Songs of Bobbie Horowitz at Stage 72 at the Triad, 158 West 72nd Street, New York City. Tickets are $20 per person with a two beverage minimum (cash only) and are available at http://stage72.com/?p=2386 or www.stage72.com.