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Karen Oberlin "Like Love: The Popular Songs of Andre Previn" at The Metropolitan Room September 14-17

SOURCE: Published: 2006-09-05
Karen Oberlin Is Pleased To Announce Her Upcoming Appearance at The Metropolitan Room September 14-17

Show title: Like Love: The Popular Songs of Andre Previn

Dates:
Thursday, September 14 7pm
Friday, September 15 7pm
Saturday, September 16 7pm
Sunday, September 17 4pm

The Metropolitan Room
34 West 22nd Street
(Between 5th & 6th Avenues) NYC

Reservations: 212-206-0440

http://www.metropolitanroom.com/

COVER CHARGE: $20 2-drink minimum
(for MAC members and Cabaret Hotline Members it's a $15 cover charge with card)

Featuring:
Andy Ezrin on piano and David Finck on bass for the Thurs, Fri, and Sun shows;
Tedd Firth on piano and Dean Johnson on bass for Saturday eve.

All arrangements and original musical direction by Tedd Firth

“Stellar ... enchanting ... Oberlin's winsome voice and delicate phrasing are a perfect match for Previn's compositions. [She] will entertain you so thoroughly that you'll actually come away believing that Previn was--or, at least should have been--as popular as Richard Rodgers"--Barbara & Scott Siegel, Two of Clubs, TalkinBroadway.com

The Bistro Award-winning singer brings her already highly-acclaimed new show, “Like Love: The Popular Songs of Andre Previn" to the Metropolitan Room for four shows only. Audiences will be delighted and surprised by this varied collection of extraordinary songs -- some beloved, some virtually unknown, by a master composer who defies category. Lyricists Johnny Mercer, Alan Jay Lerner, the Bergmans, Comden and Green and Dory Langdon (Previn) joined Andre Previn to create the stuff of a show rich with complex emotions, substance, and delicious wit.

“A bright, clear voice and sensual charm ... Oberlin has a distinctive sound and phrases sumptuous evergreens with a fresh and appealing approach. [She]invests ballads with a breathless intimacy and lays the allure at the listener's feet"--Robert L. Daniels, Daily Variety


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