Don’t miss singer, pianist, Bistro and Margaret Whiting Award winner Eric Yves Garcia as he walks along the hall of his heroes in his brand new show “Keepers of the Keys”. The performance will feature the work of Nat King Cole, Hoagy Carmichael, Hutch, Bobby Short, and Barbara Carroll. Each grappled with forces that might have kept them pinned behind their instrument, unheard. Instead, each used the piano keys to open their futures. They made a room vibrant with color and possibility when all it used to be was noise and smoke.
Join us as Eric Yves Garcia celebrates these vital artists in song.
ERIC YVES GARCIA has emerged as one of the most coveted pianist/singers on the New York City scene, as well as London and Paris. His recent return to Feinstein’s/54 Below, ‘Keepers of the Keys’ continued on to great acclaim at The Pheasantry in London, and then at Barrington Stage Company in the Berkshires. Within NYC, Eric has appeared at Carnegie Hall, Town Hall, Symphony Space, Birdland, and enjoyed multiple engagements at Bemelmans Bar and as the headliner of the Valentine’s Day Show at the Café Carlyle. His shows, ‘One Night Standards’, and follow-up ‘Pour Spirits’, received raves in The New York Times and Wall Street Journal. Across the sea, Garcia enjoyed weeklong engagements at Club Raye in Paris, at The Crazy Coqs in London. Eric remains a proud winner of the 2014 Margaret Whiting Award and the 2014 Bistro Award for Outstanding Singer/Instrumentalist.
57 Main Street, Upstairs, Norwalk, CT 06851 [Map]
Info (203) 864-6964
“...The heart of an aspiring concert entertainer.” - Stephen Holden, The New York Times
“Incredibly moving and very funny—often both at the same time.” - Will Friedwald, The Wall Street Journal
“A talented singer-pianist who sometimes brings a moody edge to his Great American Songbook selections... ” - Time Out New York
"Captivating is an oft overused word but it describes Garcia perfectly. From an astounding musicianship and controlled velvet voice, to his well-honed comic presence, the man is a delight. If a performance could transport the audience to another era, one of forgotten romance, that still manages to sound as fresh as it did sixty years ago, then this is it."
- Jonathan Baz Reviews, UK, ****
Regular Seat - $30 (in advance) $40 (at the door)
High Stool - $20 (in advance) $30 (at the door)
+$20 Food & Beverage Minimum
KEEPER OF THE KEYS