The “Crown Prince of New York Cabaret” (New York Times) performs the music of the Transatlantic Songbook with songs by and stories about such classic composers as the Gershwins,Jerome Kern, Cole Porter,  Irving Berlin, Stephen Sondheim, Charles Trenet and Noel Coward -  with special nods to Edith Piaf and Fred Astaire.

Steve Ross, piano/vocals

The “Crown Prince of New York Cabaret” is what Steve Ross was dubbed many years ago. He hasn’t lost his title. In fact, the only change today would be dropping “New York.” In the past decade alone Steve has performed around the country and around the world in every kind of venue – from Rio de Janeiro to Sydney, from Carnegie Hall to Lincoln Center and from cabarets to theaters. 

An articulate man with a keen knowledge of the Great American Songbook’s music and history, Steve has hosted radio series and outdoor concerts. He conducts workshops and Master Classes and appears on the programs of Vocal Ease, a volunteer organization wherein performers contribute their time and talents in senior centers around New York City. 

“So many of the songs we sing are about love in some form or other; it’s the emotion we’re always trying to be reminded of most of all.”
- Steve Ross

Steve Ross at the Magnolia Room

"The suavest of all male cabaret performers."

- New York Times

"From the first phrase sung the audience can relax and know they are in the presence of a star in complete command of her art. Sanges has an incredibly flexible instrument...a jazz singer with a rare instinct for interpreting lyrics at the same time."

- Cabaret Scenes


57 Main Street, Upstairs, Norwalk, CT 06851 [Map]

Info (203) 864-6964

APRIL 4, 2020

An Evening with Steve Ross


Regular Seat - $30 (in advance) $40 (at the door)

High Stool - $20 (in advance) $30 (at the door)

+$20 Food & Beverage Minimum

TIMES (show / doors open)

Sat, April 4: 8:00 pm / 6:30 pm