Wednesday, May 22, 2019

The Salon Wrap-Up for May 19th, 2019: "Stories About, For, & By Women"

Pretty women
Fascinating
Sipping coffee,
Dancing pretty women
Pretty women 
Are a wonder.
Pretty women!


What a night!  We had our marvelous guest host/piantist, Bobby Peaco, and the wonderful Helane Blumfield, Lynda Rodolitz, and Peggy Schwartz as our co-hosts!  In an interview with Playbill magazine, Jerry Herman called Bobby "the best show pianist I have ever heard."  No bigs.  Bobby worked closely with Mr. Herman and appeared in his Off-Broadway revue, "Showtune."  At the Helen Hayes Theater in Nyack, NY, he was the onstage pianist/music director for writer/director Blake Edwards' "Big Rosemary."  For his work over the years in cabaret and nightclubs, he has received (count them) NINE MAC Awards and three Bistro Awards, and has music directed Julie Wilson, Dawn Hampton, Terri White, Kristine Zbornik, and Emmy-nominee Jackie Hoffman, among many others.  With Ms. Hoffman, he composes music for her original songs, many of which can be heard on the CD Jackie Hoffman Live at Joe's Pub.

Our co-hosts started the night singing "The Secret Of Life" with guest Bobby Peaco.  Lynda Rodolitz opened the second set with "100 Easy Ways," followed by Helane Blumfield singing "That's Life," with Peggy Schwartz rounding things out with "Let Me Grow Old."  The three (joined by Bobby) closed the evening reprising "The Secret Of Life." Lynda, Helane, and Peggy will be appearing with Debbie Zecher at Don't Tell Mama in "4 Women, 4 Stories" on Wednesday, May 22nd, at 7pm.





Salon Spotlight

We had the pleasure of welcoming Taylor Beyer as our Salon Spotlight this evening!  She started with her hilarious parody of "Dance: Ten, Looks: Three," followed by her parodies of "I Enjoy Being A Girl" and "Maybe This Time."

Taylor will be appearing in her show "And The Spoon Ran Away With The Spoon -- A Lesbian Cabaret" on May 21st at 53 Above, June 12th, June 21st, June 26th at Don't Tell Mama, June 28th at The Duplex, and June 30th again at Don't Tell Mama -- all will be at 7pm.



Quick Wrap - Bobby's Corner


Bobby performed three awesome songs for us, the first two, "New Orleans Louisiana Blues" and "I Found The End Of The Rainbow," written by Bobby and Dawn Hampton, and the third, "Life Is What You Make It," written by Dawn Hampton herself in 1963 when she was told that after a surgery, she wouldn't be able to speak, let alone sing!

Roster of performers for the evening (in order of appearance):
Click link to visit the performer’s website or other links, when available.
All piano accompaniment by Bobby Peaco unless otherwise noted. 

Co-Hosts: Helane Blumfield, Lynda Rodolitz, and Peggy Schwartz, with Bobby Peaco
Joan Darragh
Lynda Kennedy
Gerrilyn Sohn
Michael Colby
Laurel Lockhart
Goldie Dver
Jonathan Kuhn
Michele Herman
Lucille Carr-Kaffashan
Nicci Nicholas
Bob Simonello
Bobbie Horowitz
Candice Oden
Marnie Klar
Salon Spotlight: Taylor Beyer
Bobby's Corner
BREAK
Co-Host: Helane Blumfield, Lynda Rodolitz, and Peggy Schwartz
Tanya Moberly
Ira Lee Collings (with Matthew Martin Ward at the piano)
Andrea Axelrod (with Matthew Martin Ward on the keys)
Matthew Martin Ward (with himself tickling the ivories)
Barbara Kaplan
Sandra Gilmour
Natsuko Matsumura
Joshua Bennett
Co-Host: Helane Blumfield, Lynda Rodolitz, and Peggy Schwartz, with Bobby Peaco

Special thanks to musicians Bobby Peaco and Matthew Martin Ward. More thanks to Erik Strebig on lights and sound, and the astounding waitstaff and management - Joshua, Bryan and Leo - at Don't Tell Mama. Finally, thanks to Steve Bustamante as videographer for the evening!


Upcoming Shows:

Thursday, May 23th, 2019 (7pm): Tanya Moberly and Barb Junger direct Susanne Mack in "Where I Belong" with Musical Director Paul Greenwood at Pangea, 178 2nd Ave, NYC.

Sunday, May 26th, 2019 (7pm): Bobbie 
Horowitz will be performing in Theater For The New City's Lower East Side Festival of The Arts at 155 1st Avenue, NYC.

Thursday, May 30th, 2019 (7pm): Tanya Moberly and Barb Junger direct Susanne Mack in "Where I Belong" with Musical Director Paul Greenwood at Pangea, 178 2nd Ave, NYC.

Sunday, June 2nd, 2019 (4pm): Sandra Gilmour performs "Hearts Collude" at Don't Tell Mama, 343 W. 46th Street, NYC.

Monday, June 3rd, 2019 (7pm): Matthew Martin Ward in "Everybody Rise: A Resistance Cabaret" at Birdland, 315 W. 44th Street, NYC.

Thursday, June 6th, 2019 (7pm): Lucille Carr-Kaffashan is performing at Don't Tell Mama, 343 W. 46th Street, NYC.

Sunday, June 9th, 2019 (4pm): Andrea Axelrod performs "After The Bawl" with John Cook at Don't Tell Mama, 343 W. 46th Street, NYC.

Monday, June 10th, 2019 (7pm): Nancy Morgan presents "That Was Then. This is Now." with pianist Tom DeFrancesco at Don't Tell Mama, 343 W. 46th Street, NYC.

Friday, June 14th, 2019 (7pm): Andrea Axelrod performs "After The Bawl" with John Cook at Don't Tell Mama, 343 W. 46th Street, NYC.

Tuesday, June 18th, 2019 (7pm): Sandra Gilmour performs "Hearts Collude" at Don't Tell Mama, 343 W. 46th Street, NYC.

Wednesday, June 19th, 2019 (7pm): Goldie Dver will be performing "Back In Mama's Arms" at Don't Tell Mama, 343 West 46th Street, NYC.

Sunday, June 23rd, 2019 (4:30pm): Goldie Dver will be performing "Back In Mama's Arms" at Don't Tell Mama, 343 West 46th Street, NYC.

Sunday, June 23rd, 2019: Gerrilyn Sohn is performing her debut cabaret show at Don't Tell Mama, 343 West 46th Street, NYC.

Wednesday, June 26th, 2019 (7:00pm): Goldie Dver will be performing "Back In Mama's Arms" at Don't Tell Mama, 343 West 46th Street, NYC.

Thursday, June 27th, 2019 (7pm): Ira Lee Collings presents "Naked From The Neck Up!  A Benefit For SAGE" at Don't Tell Mama, 343 West 46th Street, NYC.

Sunday, June 30th, 2019: Jonathan Kuhn will be in the Man Jovi Studio Vocal Presentation at Shetler Studios, 244 W 54th Street, NYC.

Tuesday, July 9th, 2019: Gerrilyn Sohn is performing her debut cabaret show at Don't Tell Mama, , 343 West 46th Street, NYC.

Thursday, July 11th, 2019 (6:30pm): Marnie Klar will be performing at Parnell's, 350 E 53rd St, NYC.

Sunday, July 14th, 2019 (4pm): Tanya Moberly performs in  Meg Flather's "A Cabaret Sisterhood" at Don't Tell Mama, 343 West 46th Street, NYC.

Monday, July 15th, 2019 (7pm): Tanya Moberly performs in "Infinite Joy: A Cabaret Benefit for the Joyful Heart Foundation" at Don't Tell Mama, 343 West 46th Street, NYC.

Thursday, July 25th, 2019: Gerrilyn Sohn is performing her debut cabaret show at Don't Tell Mama, 343 West 46th Street, NYC.

Fall 2019: Bob Simonello is performing his show "Rollin' A 7."

Sunday, September 22nd, 2019: Joan Darragh is performing "The Invigorated Ingenue" at Don't Tell Mama, 343 West 46th Street, NYC.

Saturday, September 28th, 2019: Joan Darragh is performing "The Invigorated Ingenue" at Don't Tell Mama, 343 West 46th Street, NYC.

Sunday, October 6th, 2019: Joan Darragh is performing "The Invigorated Ingenue" at Don't Tell Mama, 343 West 46th Street, NYC.

Thursday, October 17th, 2019 (7pm): Bobbie Horowitz brings her show "It's Just A Number!" to Don't Tell Mama, 343 West 46th Street, NYC.



NEXT SALON: June 23rd, 2019
Reminder that there's no Salon May 26-June 16! We will be back on Sunday, June 23rd, with "Pride & Prejudice" featuring guest host/pianist William TN Hall and the beautiful Amy Wolk as our co-host.  But wait!  There's more!  Our Salon Spotlight will be Michael Kirk Lane!  See you then!


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Sunday, May 5, 2019

The Salon Wrap-Up for May 5, 2019: "Good & Evil"

Mark Janas introduced our co-host for the evening Monica Salvi, who opened with a short exploration in reminiscence and dictionary definitions of our night's theme. She and her pianist, Michael Ferreri, segued seamlessly into Frank Wildhorn's "Good 'N' Evil" from Jekyll & Hyde. Stunningly beautiful, Monica seemed very at home in the intimacy of a cabaret stage. Her coquettish soprano swung from operatic to pop sultry at a word, at times Snow White, at others Linda Eder, but always affecting.

Monica is an Italian who has lived in London for the past 13 years. She came to New York three weeks ago to rehearse with her pianist for a performance of her show "Mad Women in My Attic" in Prague this coming summer. Two years ago, she won the Best Cabaret Award for this show at the United Solo Festival here in New York.

A perfect encapsulation of our co-host Monica Salvi, photo credit.
Monica gave us a COSTUME CHANGE after the break, earning this Blogette's mad props and use of all caps. She had opened the night in a black halter dress, but she returned in a fabulous crimson beaded and fringed dress, replete with black opera-length gloves, a black fur stole, and later a necklace-turned-headband of devil horns. She commandeered a couple audience members to be her "flames," waving the candles in circles for the length of her song "My Angel Put the Devil in Me" (a 1930s-esque standard commissioned for the Doctor Who TV show). Monica really shone in this song; not only did she connect beautifully to the lyric, her physicality was a perfect match to the song. Her sighs and breathy moans and squeals countered her devilishly bright belt for a feast of vocal texture.

We then had an onstage (but perfectly chaste!) costume change into a third dress, a charming green velvet number, to accompany her musings on why her friends predominantly suggested sexy women songs for this night's theme. She then vividly inhabited the many personalities of "Should I Be Sweet?" by Vincent Youmans (from Take a Chance). She then turned to the subject of villains, noting wittily that "No one is really evil any more in the movies - only in the real world," and earning a huge laugh and setting us up for "The Ballad of Booth" by Sondheim from Assassins.

Incredibly, Monica brought us a fourth dress to finish the evening, a very fun iridescent wrap dress. She brought us back to the good/saintly side of life with "Blow Gabriel Blow" (Anything Goes). Her resonant belt was thrilling, and she invited us all to join in with her for the second and third times through the Cole Porter classic, a rousing way to finish the night.

Salon Spotlight

Susanne Mack was our Salon Spotlight tonight, accompanied on piano by Paul Greenwood. She opened with a story about being caught in a fight between two teenage boys many years ago while pregnant in Switzerland. She was an arresting storyteller; the room was spellbound. She then sang "Blackbird" (The Beatles) from her upcoming show "Where I Belong" (info below), full of warmth. Then, switching moods, came David Bowie's "Heroes", which showcased her full, strong voice. A native German, she lamented her struggles with being foreign (especially with the good/evil opinions of her country) in Little Big Town's "Boondocks," with a natural luminescence.

Her upcoming show, "Where I Belong," is playing Pangea for four nights this month: Thursday May 16, Friday May 17, Thursday May 23, and Thursday May 30, co-directed by Barb Jungr and our fabulous Salon producer Tanya Moberly, with musical direction by Paul Greenwood.







Classical Corner

Mark Janas noted that with his Bach and Wagner pieces during the pre-show, combined with our many diverse performers tonight (Italian! German! Japanese! Israeli! and more!), it was a very international show. He then demonstrated natural musical sounds that exemplify good and evil, like open, Copland-esque chords for the former, for example.

But he shared that what first jumped to his mind for tonight's theme was the ending of the 1940 Disney film, Fantasia: the juxtaposition of Mussorgsky's "Night on Bald Mountain" with Schubert's "Ave Maria", responsible for many a child's nightmares. (Apparently, for the classically minded, conductor Stokowski's version is considered a bit butchered.) He shared with us the history of "Night on Bald Mountain," including the fact that Mussorgsky never heard his masterpiece during his lifetime, because his teacher felt it wasn't very good. (Whaaat?!) Similar to Saint-Saens's "Danse Macabre", the defining "evil" characteristic of music like this is the half-step interval - think of the Jaws theme we all know so well.

He was joined by Matthew Martin Ward to bring the fiendish, dark, and furious piece to life, specifically a four-handed piano reduction of Rimsky-Korsakov's orchestration of Mussorgsky's piece. The two pianists worked so well together. There were goosebumps throughout the room by the time they were done, both from the mood of the piece and the excellence of the performance. The ending was beautiful and surprising (at least to this Blogette who had only ever heard the Fantasia version that cuts to Ave Maria), featuring plenty of those open consonant chords that seem to indicate a basic, moral goodness, as Mark had said earlier. Truly, what a treat!


Roster of Performers for the Evening (in order of appearance):



Click link to visit the performer’s website or other links, when available.

All piano accompaniment by Mark Janas unless otherwise noted.


Co-Host: Monica Salvi (Michael Ferreri at piano)

Ann Talman
Nancy Morgan
Bob Simonello
Bar Ashkenazi
Hiroko Kaza (Etsuko at piano)
Sheryl Spanier (Paul Greenwood at piano)
Sally Darling (Matthew Martin Ward at piano)
Matthew Martin Ward (self at piano)
Emily Ellet
Barb Malley
Candice Oden
Salon Spotlight Susanne Mack (Paul Greenwood at piano)
Classical Corner
BREAK
Co-Host: Monica Salvi (Michael Ferreri at piano)
Tanya Moberly
Richard Eisenberg
Bennett SilversteinJoshua Bennett
David Ballard
Co-Host: Monica Salvi (Michael Ferreri at piano)

Special thanks to our pianist for the evening, Mark Janas, and to musicians Matthew Martin Ward and Paul Greenwood. Thanks also to David Ballard on lights and sound, and the handsome, spry waitstaff (Joshua and Leo) and management at Don't Tell Mama. Also thanks to our videographer for the evening, Zoltan Suhy.

Ongoing Shows:


Most Tuesdays (6pm): Peaceable Hour with Sarah RiceJanice Hall, and Mark Watson at St. Clements Church, free, see schedule for details - peaceablehour.com, 423 West 46th Street, NYC.

Wednesdays-Sundays: Adam Shapiro is performing in Fiddler on the Roof in Yiddish at Stage 42, 422 W 42nd St, NYC.



Upcoming Shows:


Thursday, May 16th, 2019 (7pm): Tanya Moberly and Barb Junger direct Susanne Mack in "Where I Belong" with Musical Director Paul Greenwood at Pangea, 178 2nd Ave, NYC.

Friday, May 17th, 2019 (7pm): Tanya Moberly and Barb Junger direct Susanne Mack in "Where I Belong" with Musical Director Paul Greenwood at Pangea, 178 2nd Ave, NYC.

Friday, May 17th, 2019 (7pm): Tanya Moberly directs Stephanie Trudeau in "Chavela: Thing of Me; Songs Stories of Chavela Vargas" with David Lahm on piano and Diego Cebollero on guitar, Don't Tell Mama, 343 West 46th Street, NYC.

Thursday, May 23th, 2019 (7pm): Tanya Moberly and Barb Junger direct Susanne Mack in "Where I Belong" with Musical Director Paul Greenwood at Pangea, 178 2nd Ave, NYC.

Thursday, May 30th, 2019 (7pm): Tanya Moberly and Barb Junger direct Susanne Mack in "Where I Belong" with Musical Director Paul Greenwood at Pangea, 178 2nd Ave, NYC.


Monday, June 3rd, 2019 (7pm): Matthew Martin Ward in "Everybody Rise: A Resistance Cabaret" at Birdland, 315 W. 44th Street, NYC.

Monday, June 10th, 2019 (7pm): Nancy Morgan presents "That Was Then. This is Now." with pianist Tom DeFrancesco at Don't Tell Mama, 343 W. 46th Street, NYC.

Thursday, June 20th, 2019 (7pm): Bennett Silverstein presents "Born to Be Bennett" at Don't Tell Mama, 343 West 46th Street, NYC.

Thursday, June 27th, 2019 (8pm): David Ballard will be part of the 50th Anniversary NYC Gay Men's Chorus performance "Quiet No More: A Choral Celebration of Stonewall" at Carnegie Hall, 881 7th Ave, NYC.

Thursday, July 11th, 2019: Marnie Klar will be performing at Parnell's, 350 E 53rd St, NYC.



NEXT SALON: May 19th, 2019
Reminder that there's no Salon next week! We will be back on Sunday, May 19th, with "Stories About, For & By Women" featuring guest host/pianist Bobby Peaco and a fabulous quartet of co-hosts: Helane Blumfield, Lynda Rodolitz, Peggy Schwartz, and Deborah Zecher, who I gather are well qualified to sing on the subject of women. And our Salon Spotlight will be Taylor Beyer


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Sunday, April 28, 2019

The Salon Wrap-Up for April 28, 2019: "Reckless Love"

Mark Janas kicked the evening off by introducing our co-host, MAC Award-winner and singer/songwriter Carolyn Montgomery. She started things on a lighthearted note with a jazzy, sexy arrangement of pop singer Jessie J's hit song "Domino." Carolyn is a true professional at managing the unexpected things that arise in a live performance - such as the difficulty created given that her usual music director Jeff Cubeta was called out of town unexpectedly and Mark Janas jumped in to take a stab at the charts at the last minute.

Unfazed, she segued confidently and calmly into a wickedly delightful reminiscience to set up a creative and fresh mashup of the Cy Coleman classic "You Fascinate Me So" with the crowd-favorite standard "Unforgettable" (written by Irving Gordon). Her poise and poignance on stage made her a wonderfully warm co-host for the evening.

Carolyn brought us back in from the break with Chris Smither's "Love Me Like a Man," notably sung by Bonnie Raitt. Her suave, wistful, yearning blues cooled the evening down, setting herself up for a thoughtful, evocative rendition of k.d. lang's "Pullin' Back the Reins." Carolyn is a master at losing herself in the moment of the song and taking us with her to the horizon in her eyes as she feels her way through the nuances of her scene. She finished the night in the most reckless way: realizing she didn't need traditional love and marriage at all, in Malby and Shire's "The Bear, The Tiger, The Hamster and The Mole" from Closer Than Ever. 


Co-host Carolyn Montgomery. Photo credit
Carolyn currently hosts the new Open Mic at The Den, 340 W 40th Street, NYC on Saturday Nights at 8pm. She will also be appearing at Music at The Mansion on June 6th and will host and teach at The Retreat at Herons Landing June 12th – June 26th with Karen Mason, Jay Rogers & Lennie Watts. Carolyn leads monthly programs for the American Songbook Association as their Director of Education, bringing classic American song to public schools in all five boroughs.

Classical Corner/Salon Spotlight

Tonight the Classical Corner and Salon Spotlight were combined to feature Mark’s Students from Manhattan School of Music’s 2019 “Discover Opera!” program: Dylan Courtney, George Baolin, Jeremy Leung, Josi Petersen, Heather O’Donovan, Stephanie Foster & Tiernan Chase. Mark explained that the class read all eight Mary Poppins books, in addition to watching both the 1964 original and 2018 sequel, as well as the film Saving Mr. Banks about Walt Disney's efforts to secure the rights to Mary Poppins from P.L. Travers. Then they created the piece, "Mary Poppera Loves the Opera," to perform for children's groups around the city.

The plot concerns Rudolf Bing (general manager of the Metropolitan Opera in 1966) attempting to convince P.L. Travers to let him turn Mary Poppins into an opera, a la Saving Mr. Banks. The students performed the majority of the piece for us, complete with a plethora of props and including numerous songs from the original Mary Poppins, Mary Poppins Returns, and multiple operas, many with parody/plot-appropriate lyrics they wrote themselves. (This Bloggette attempted to enumerate them all but was overwhelmed by how MANY songs they included!) They sang in multiple styles, accordingly, but the operatic selections were the vocal highlight. The numerous ways in which they taught important musical terms (aria, recitative, duet, trio, etc.) were charmingly woven into the plot. Also bravo to the many accents the students donned, including, among others, German, British, Russian, Cockney, and Long Island - no easy feat. Near the end, they needed a volunteer (the very game Kathleen France, and ultimately the entire crowd) to sing aloud to ultimately convince Ms. Travers, recalling one of the most endearing moments of Peter Pan. it was a truly delightful peformance.

Roster of Performers for the Evening (in order of appearance):


Click link to visit the performer’s website or other links, when available.

All piano accompaniment by Mark Janas unless otherwise noted.


Co-Host: Carolyn Montgomery
Tracy Sallows
Liora Michelle
Monica Salvi
Andre Vincent
Deborah Stone (Matthew Martin Ward at piano)
Marcia Roney (Matthew Martin Ward at piano)
Matthew Martin Ward (self at piano)
Emily Ellet
Classical Corner/Salon Spotlight
BREAK
Co-Host: Carolyn Montgomery
Tanya Moberly
Julianna Graham (Mark Hartman at piano)
Jason Tyler Smith (Mark Hartman at piano)
Kristian Dambrino (Mark Hartman at piano)
Carolyn German (Mark Hartman at piano)
Frances O'Flynn (Matthew Martin Ward at piano)
Nancy Morgan
Bob Simonello
Ann Talman
Dr. Sue Horowitz
Joshua Bennett
Alison Nussbaum
Richard Eisenberg
Phillip Kuan
Co-Host: Carolyn Montgomery

Special thanks to our pianist for the evening, Mark Janas, and to musicians Matthew Martin Ward and Mark Hartman. Thanks also to Alison Nussbaum on lights and sound, and the ever quick-on-their-feet waitstaff (Joshua and Leo) and management at Don't Tell Mama. Also thanks to our videographer for the evening, Reuben Olvera.

Ongoing Shows:


Most Tuesdays (6pm): Peaceable Hour with Sarah RiceJanice Hall, and Mark Watson at St. Clements Church, free, see schedule for details - peaceablehour.com, 423 West 46th Street, NYC.

Wednesdays-Sundays: Adam Shapiro is performing in Fiddler on the Roof in Yiddish at Stage 42, 422 W 42nd St, NYC.

Saturdays (8:30pm): Carolyn Montgomery hosts Open Mic at The Den, 340 W. 40th Street, NYC, with pianist Jeff Cubeta.


Upcoming Shows:


Thursday, May 16th, 2019 (7pm): Tanya Moberly and Barb Junger direct Susanne Mack in "Where I Belong" with Musical Director Paul Greenwood at Pangea, 178 2nd Ave, NYC.

Friday, May 17th, 2019 (7pm): Tanya Moberly and Barb Junger direct Susanne Mack in "Where I Belong" with Musical Director Paul Greenwood at Pangea, 178 2nd Ave, NYC.

Friday, May 17th, 2019 (7pm): Tanya Moberly directs Stephanie Trudeau in "Chavela: Thing of Me; Songs Stories of Chavela Vargas" with David Lahm on piano and Diego Cebollero on guitar, Don't Tell Mama, 343 West 46th Street, NYC.

Sunday, May 19th, 2019 (6pm): Dr. Sue Horowitz presents a reading of her original musical “SssWitch - A Bewitching Musical” at St. John's Church, 81 Christopher Street, NYC.

Thursday, May 23th, 2019 (7pm): Tanya Moberly and Barb Junger direct Susanne Mack in "Where I Belong" with Musical Director Paul Greenwood at Pangea, 178 2nd Ave, NYC.

Thursday, May 30th, 2019 (7pm): Tanya Moberly and Barb Junger direct Susanne Mack in "Where I Belong" with Musical Director Paul Greenwood at Pangea, 178 2nd Ave, NYC.


Friday, June 6th, 2019: Carolyn Montgomery performs at Music at The Mansion, Oakeside Bloomfield Cultural Center, 240 Belleville Avenue, Bloomfield, NJ.

Monday, June 10th, 2019 (7pm): Nancy Morgan presents "That Was Then. This is Now." with pianist Tom DeFrancesco at Don't Tell Mama, 343 W. 46th Street, NYC.

Thursday, July 11th, 2019: Marnie Klar will be performing at Parnell's, 350 E 53rd St, NYC.



NEXT SALON: May 5th, 2019
Next week's Salon will be on the perennielly relevant topic of "Good and Evil", featuring co-host (and award-winner) Monica Salvi and Salon Spotlight Susanne Mack. Joining us at Salon is always the "good" choice, just sayin'....

Submitted by Emily Ellet
Blogette for The Salon
Email me if I missed anything!