No matter if you call it All Soul's Night, Halloween or Samhain, this is the most mystical night of the Celtic New Year. This biggest and most important holiday is also called Ancestor Night.
The music must portray mystery, mystique and magic. It must be ethereal, otherworldly. It is a time when anything is possible.
The Celts made little distinction between the living and the dead. And they believed that at Samhain, their New Year's Eve, the veil between these two worlds became the thinnest, the border flexible and open.
Come and celebrate with us the World Music of ALL SOULS NIGHT. Featuring the music of the Great International, Celtic and American Song Books. Costumes optional.
ALL SOULS NIGHT
OCTOBER 27, 2012
doors open at 4:30
2010 Bistro and 2011 MAC Award winner: Best Female Vocalist
Broadway's Original Johanna in SWEENEY TODD
2011 Bistro and 2012 MAC Award winner: Best Female Vocalist
Internationally-known Opera Singer
International Recording Artist
Jonathan Russell, Jazz Violin
Amy Ralske, Cello
Eve Weiss, Classical Guitar
Jim Russell, Recorder
Maria Banks, Harp
Jon Burr, Bass
Sarah Rice, theremin
Rex Benincasa, Percussion.
Matthew Martin Ward, Piano
Mark Janas, Keyboards
Artists subject to change without notice
Tickets are availble online, or
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$20 cover / $10 food/drink min.
Bar seating - $20 (includes 1 drink)
315 West 44th Street
New York, NY 10036