Deb Auer sings Jazz at Pangea
Phot Credit: Richard Williams
Deb Auer sings classic swing and bop with pianist Marc Devine and bassist Murray Wall. Featuring guests Black-Eyed Susan and Jacob Burckhardt in playwright Jim Neu's narration about the West from Buffalo Dreams.
Deb Auer came to New York City from Ithaca, New York to be an actress. She studied acting with Stella Adler. She has performed in Off-Off-Broadway, avant garde plays and musicals at P.S. 122, MoMA, Theater for the New City and most notably and thankfully at La MaMa, E.T.C. where she sang in plays by playwright and performer, Jim Neu. She toured the U.S. with the National Shakespeare Company playing Hamlets mother.
All the time she was acting, she would go to singers open mics to practice getting up in front of an audience. One day Deb met the saxophone player Bob Feldman, and he said, You should go check out Barry Harriss workshop at the Jazz Cultural Theater. From then till now, Debs life has run in the river of music and generosity of Dr. Barry Harris. She has sung jazz in bars and rooms, many gone but not forgotten. Remember St. Marks Bar & Grille, The C-Note, Gizzis? In the past few years, she has had some swell gigs at Pangeas on Second Avenue. She is on the faculty at Turtle Bay Music School as an Orff Schulwerk teacher.
Deb loves to swing, sing the blues and Monk tunes and put on a show! Most of all, she loves the musicians she is honored to play with and the audience who come to listen and enjoy.
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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