Regular Seat - $30 (in advance) $40 (at the door)
High Stool - $20 (in advance) $30 (at the door)
+$20 Food & Beverage Minimum
Multi-Award-winning vocalist JEFF HARNAR makes his Magnolia Room debut with his internationally acclaimed COLE PORTER show, “IT’S DE-LOVELY.” Harnar was a featured entertainer in Cole Porter’s Centennial Gala at Carnegie Hall. Jeff’s solo show made its debut at The Russian Tea Room show followed by a major engagement at The Algonquin Hotel’s historic Oak Room. The evening includes standards such as “Night and Day,” “Under My Skin,” “Begin the Bguine” and surprises originally introduced by Danny Kaye and Jimmy Durante. He will be joined by award-winning Music Director CHRISTOPHER DENNY. Together they have performed this show on land and sea, most recently at New York’s The Beach Cafe.
Jeff Harnar is an award-winning cabaret, concert and recording artist. His Carnegie Hall appearances include both the Cole Porter and Noel Coward Centennial Galas. His PBS televised concerts include “The 1959 Broadway Songbook” with Alex Rybeck, and both “American Songbook: Stephen Sondheim” and “Remeber: Songs of the Holidays” with KT Sullivan. Jeff tours with Shauna Hicks in “I Got Rhythm: Mickey and Judy’s Hollywood,” their symphony “pops” concert, seen with seven orchestras nationally, including a special concert at Manhattan’s The Town Hall. His London engagements include The Jermyn Street Theater, The Cazy Coqs and The Pheasantry and three seasons as host of “The American Songbook in London.” Jeff has won multiple MAC, Bistro and BroadwayWorld Cabaret Awards, The Noel Coward Foundation Cabaret Award and has released four solo CD's. JeffHarnar.com
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It's De-Lovely: JEFF HARNAR sings COLE PORTER
“HARNAR and PORTER are a PERFECT FIT”
THE NEW YORK TIMES
“Smoothest of smooth Cole Porter evergreens.”
THE TIMES LONDON
“Jeff Harnar is nothing less than the singer Cole Porter deserves.”
THE SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE
"Gold from a 24 - carat voice"
NEW YORK POST
"Tops in town"
NEW YORK DAILY NEWS