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Richard Malavet
Wednesday, March 1, 2017 7:00 PM
Metropolitan Room, New York, NY
  • $25 Food / Bev Min
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Show Details
  • Ticket Price: $25.00 - $115.00
  • Door Time: 6:15 PM
  • Show Type: Cabaret
  • Restrictions: $25 Food / Bev Min
Joining me again . . . Maestro JON WEBER on Piano + ED HOWARD on Bass
Melt away the Mid-Week Blues with Sondheim, Ellington, Bacharach . . .
Latin favorites, too . . . and some surprises!

About Richard
The jazz baritone Richard Malavet has been acclaimed for his work as a singer of the classic American and Spanish songbooks. This timeless artist transcends musical styles ranging from the golden era of crooners to today’s contemporary rhythms, and has performed with his band in many Manhattan clubs.

A native New Yorker, Mr. Malavet continues to bring his highly acclaimed Billy Eckstine tribute, "The Billy Eckstine Project: Songs in the Key of 'B," to the Metropolitan Room. Writing in AfterDark-NYC, John Hoglund said ".. like Billy Eckstine and Sinatra, Malavet is a first-rate interpreter of the Great American Songbook."

Mr. Malavet also premiered his critically-acclaimed exploration of Frank Sinatra’s club singer persona, "Very Good Years: The Intimate Sinatra," at the Metropolitan Room in the summer of 2015. A personally felt Sinatra retrospective focusing on Sinatra’s seminal years from 1939 to 1968,’s Darryl Reilly calls "Very Good Years" "an outstanding cabaret tribute." Joe Regan Jr. writing in, applauds Malavet’s "great judgment, pulsating Latin beat, and sensational band."

Bilingual and multi-talented, Malavet offers the best from the Great American Songbook standards and pop/R&B classics to Spanish songs. Whatever your musical tastes, Malavet will reach your soul.

Check out this brief video of the Frank Sinatra Classic, "All the Way."