Matteo Lane: Streisand at the Bon Soir
Comedian and vocalist, Matteo Lane recreates the magic of 19 year old Barbra Streisand's famous jazz set at Bon Soir with his own updated flavor and stylings. Henry Koperski joins him on keys, and together they'll flood you with musical magic from the early 1960's.
In 1960 at age 19, Barbra Streisand was already making her mark in NYC, performing an array of jazz classics in between humorous musings and eccentric jokes. She was wacky, brilliant and beautiful and had a musical sensibility that was far too advanced for someone her age. Thankfully one of her shows was recorded, and lives on as "Barbra Streisand, Live at Bon Soir." Intrigued by this recording, Matteo was inspired to recreate this set of music and bring it to Pangea with his own updated flavor and stylings. This show hopes to capture Barbra's unique essence before she became a household name.Matteohas performed as a stand-up comedian all over the country and can also be seen on MTV's Guy Code and Girl Code, and most recently Late Night W/ Seth Meyers on NBC. Music Director, Henry Koperski is one of the most in-demand pianists in the NYC music/comedy circle and has performed with artists all over the country. He has also appeared on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.
Matteo Lane is a New York comedian who sings opera, paints, and eats pasta. He's a current cast member on MTV's GirlCode and MTV2's GuyCode. He's appeared on Late Night with Seth Meyers and is a regular on LOGO and Comedy Central. He hopes to find a boyfriend in 2017
Henry Koperski performs all overNew York Cityas a saxophonist, pianist, singer and accordionist. His diverse abilities in each medium include: playing piano for musicals, piano bars, and cabarets, soloing on saxin R&B bands, and much more. He also receives work as a composer and writer for television, theater, and more. In the last couple months, hes music directed apilot for Comedy Central, filmed a Tonight Show segment with Michelle Obama, and performed at Carnegie Hall.
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Seating at Pangea is communal. Other guests may be seated at the table. There is a $20 per person food and beverage minimum at the tables. Guests have the option of having dinner from 6PM to 9PM in the main dining room and would be applied to the minimum. Or guests may order dinner in the music room once it opens at 9PM
Seating for the show begins at 9PM. Its recommended to arrive no later than 9PM if you intend to order dinner.
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