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Maggie Rose
Sunday, September 28, 2014 9:30 PM
Metropolitan Room, New York, NY
  • 2 Bev Min
 
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  • Ticket Price: $15.00 - $115.00
  • Door Time: 9:00 PM
  • Show Type: Great American Songbook
  • Restrictions: 2 Bev Min
The Maggie Rose Sextet
Cool Jazz from Gershwin to Bossa Nova
 
Musicians:
 
Maggie Rose, Vocals
Marta Sanchez, Piano
Diego Porchile, Guitar
Richard Benetar, Clarinet
Sam Weber, Bass
George Mel, Drums 
 
In recent years Maggie has returned to her first love, the American songbook. A native of Poughkeepsie, NY, as a child she sang standards while walking to kindergarten and in a “classy” restaurant, Nick Beni’s. “I was probably the only eight year-old torch singer in Poughkeepsie.” Maggie’s musical influences include Billie Holiday, June Christy, Ella Fitzgerald, and the young Doris Day.
 
Maggie has performed as a jazz singer since 2002, but she is new to NYC. In Boston, Maggie sang at numerous venues, including a seven-month engagement at the Encore Lounge, The Hyatt Regency-Boston, the Boston Center for the Arts, The Fireplace, the Artists-at-Large Gallery, C. R. Sparks, Raffael’s, Bob the Chef’s, Kennedy’s Midtown, The Hartwell House, The Barking Crab, and the Fairmont Copley Plaza. Maggie also performed live on WGBH’s “Jazz Songbook.”
 
Maggie’s outside-Boston performances include Club Theolonius in Santiago, Chile; L’Isola Fiorita in Ischia, Italy; and several San Francisco Bay area venues, including The Left Bank and Rock Soup. Closer to home, she performed in “The Rodgers and Hart Review” with the Durham Players in Durham, NH and at Sixty-Two On Wharf in Salem, MA.
 
 “When I sing, and it's going right, I feel like I'm inside the song, the music. And because it's jazz, I'm listening to see what happens next, often surprised by what I do in response to the music.”