Thursday, 6:00pm, On Zoom
Salmagundians are visual artists, patrons and musicians! Begin the New Year with Salmagundi Member musicians performing for you. Jazz, classical, popular, and showtunes. We have it all.
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About Carolyn Antonucci-Almedia:
Carolyn is a resident artist member of Salmagundi and a soprano soloist with a rich musical background. Carolyn studied with the late and legendary Maestro Aldo Bruschi, accomplished musician, choir director, and tutor to noted opera performers.
She is presently the lead singer and soloist in the St. Patrick’s Church Choir. Carolyn has performed with the Amato Opera Company, the Regina Opera Company, and The Narrows Community Theatre, where she has performed in 13 productions, singing lead and ensemble parts, throughout the years.
Joe Camardo is a patron member of Salmagundi who is happy to share his music with the artists and friends of the club. Joe has played a variety of instruments, including the accordion, saxophone, sitar, and table; his favorite instruments now are the pianos at Salmagundi, and at the Knickerbocker Bar and Grill.
About Camille Savitz:
Camille Savitz is a native New Yorker who could sing before she could talk.
Rock and Roll, Country, Gilbert and Sullivan, show tunes and the American Songbook are the basis of her eclectic repertoire. She has years of performing in NYC cabaret venues, as well as Carnegie Hall with the Blue Hill Troupe.
Camille is a member of the Lambs, The Episcopal Actors’ Guild, and the International Club of Ukulele Players. She attends painting classes at the Salmagundi Club. Music and art, what could be better?
About the Skip Weinstock Trio:
The Skip Weinstock trio has performed at a number of Salmagundi events and receptions over the past two years, including the Biggest Little Art Show and the annual Christmas dinner. http://skipjazzpiano.com/video-gallery/ Skip has played piano in fine restaurants in Manhattan for over 40 years. His son, Jonah—on drums– studies jazz at the Lagond School of Music and plans to pursue a career as a musician. Stephanie Lozina plays acoustic bass and is a graduate of Cornell University. She and Skip appear weekly at the Ethan Allen Hotel Sunday brunch in Danbury, CT.
Yibin Li was born in a small city near the Gobi desert, in western China. She is a celebrated international violinist. Yibin teaches at The Juilliard School, pre-college Division and Mannes School of Music, The New School.
Ms. Li is the artistic director of OneMusic Project, a 501c3 organization she co-founded to bring international artists together to celebrate chamber music performance and education, she is member of The French-America Ensemble, the main core of OneMusic Project., which frequently performs in New York and Europe. www.yibinli.com