"In2 the BLUESuze...A Little Travelin' Muze" - Pangea presents Susan Gabriel Songs & Satire:
Ineffable vocals. Sensational songs. Eclectic tunes. Jazz up front. A serious giggle communicates a refreshing take on modern culture during a time we could all use a boost. Bi-coastal singer songwriter TV talent Susan Gabriel is a one woman 'powerhouse' musical roadshow.
A romantic worldview is the driving force behind her Tony and Emmy awarded producers' endorsed content and presentation. From New York to LA and back again this not to be missed concert is an alt cabaret rendering of original music and satire - add a little classic jazz up front. Among the notable songs of her own is online Indie International honored "No Small Wonder" featured in two recent TV car commercials she appears in and penned as well.
Gabriel's New York show introduces special guest outstanding guitarist Nat Williams, a reunion with veteran artistic director Kerry Wolf, and a take on life seen from the road characterized in this alt cabaret solo debut homecoming concert. Known for an angelic yet salty vocal, the multi-dimensional artist is an equal tour de force on flute, piano and occasionally a little guitar (ukulele).
Susan Gabriel emerged from TV and music industries with CNN & CBS affiliated roots in journalism, now a cutting edge renowned singer songwriter of eclectic pop, jazz & blues, and creator of an award winning community TV global music arts initiative.
Guesting at Birdland in 2012, she attracted the attention of the late Special Tony awarded producer Michael Frazier (Lena Horne) when she wrote and performed her first musical, and in LA, was directed in TV aimed showcasing by Emmy awarded director producer Rocco Urbisci (George Carlin, Robin Williams, Lily Tomlin). Excerpts inspired elements of Gabriel's Inside Out New World 2017 promo tour branding her latest musical adventure and on-air presence with a little car.
Headlining a trend in boutique 'living room' style concerts coast to coast, other highlights include an alt cabaret series at Sag Harbor's landmark The American Hotel, performances at Smothers & Berkshire Theatres, The Equinox, Catalina Bar & Grill, Bruno Walter at Lincoln Center, and Tupelo Music Hall. Narrator for The My Hero Project and host/ innovator of a master class concert series Gabriel's muse reaches out to serve luminous talent.
"She's astounding" - the late Special Tony awarded producer Michael Frazier
"Extraordinary" - Emmy awarded HBO director Rocco Urbisci
"Lyrical at its best" - Emmy awarded writer/producer David Milch
"Captivating" - LA Times
"Mellifluous...haunting" - Malibu Times
All Sales Are Final.
Seating at Pangea is communal. Other guests may be seated at the table. There is a $20 per person food or beverage minimum at the tables. DINNER SEATING BEGINS AT 6:30PM.
Please arrive one half hour prior to the show and allow additional time if you are planning to have a dinner.
Late arrivals will be seated at management's discretion.
Downtown's intimate supper-club Pangea is the ultimate in alt, playing home to some of the best in alt cabaret. The New York Times recently called it a bohemian oasis not unlike the fabled Max's Kansas City from days gone by."
178 Second Avenue
New York, NY 10003