FRIDAY, APRIL 14th and SATURDAY, APRIL 15th | 7:00pm
MUSIC IN THE DRAWING ROOM FEATURING ERIC YVES GARCIA
Award-winning singer and pianist Eric Yves Garcia will honor the songs of pianists Nat King Cole, Hoagy Carmichael, "Hutch," Bobby Short, and Barbara Carroll, in his new show "Keepers of the Keys."
"Incredibly moving and very funny, often both at the same time. The great songs, Mr. Garcia says, "may bend, but they don't break," and he proves it, time after time." - The Wall Street Journal
Join us for an intimate evening in the Lunts' stunning, mural-filled Drawing Room at Ten Chimneys. This private room was the main setting for the Lunts to entertain their guests, where the likes of Katharine Hepburn, Laurence Olivier, and Helen Hayes were entertained by a song from the legendary Noël Coward.
MUSIC IN THE DRAWING ROOM AT TEN CHIMNEYS
Friday, April 14th and Saturday, April 15th | 7:00pm Performances
All tickets include complimentary champagne.
Tickets are on sale now: $100 per person | Ring (262) 968-4110
ABOUT ERIC YVES GARCIA
We're excited to welcome Mr. Eric Yves Garcia for the second time to Ten Chimneys. Eric was the recipient of the 2014 Margaret Whiting Award presented at Jazz at Lincoln Center, as well as the 2014 Bistro Award for Outstanding Singer/Instrumentalist. Shortly afterward, he performed in the Margaret Whiting Birthday Tribute at Carnegie Hall, in the Wall-To-Wall concert series at Symphony Space, and enjoyed multiple engagements at Bemelmans Bar and as the headliner of the Valentine's Day Show at the Café Carlyle. His solo show, "One Night Standards", received raves in the NY Times and Wall Street Journal, and played the Brownsville Concert Series in the Midwest, and overseas. Internationally, he enjoyed two weeklong runs at Club Raye in Paris, and a highly lauded debut in London at The Crazy Coqs. At home, Eric has appeared at the Kravis Center in Palm Beach, The O'Neill, Landmark on the Main, The Lyric Theatre, Lynn University, The Tilles Center, as well as on sea, where he joined Marilyn Maye, Billy Stritch and KT Sullivan aboard the Mabel Mercer Foundation's 'Cabaret At Sea' cruise from San Francisco to Alaska. He is a graduate of Fordham University at Lincoln Center's theatre department, an audiobook narrator and provides music for Ronald McDonald House charity events.