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April 25 The Indie Collaborative's Earth Day Celebration At Carnegie Hall

April 25 The Indie Collaborative's Earth Day Celebration At Carnegie Hall
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The storyline of this three-act/two-part (with one intermission) presentation begins with the possibilities and newness of 'The Beginning' and continues with the 'Reality' of the situations. What happens in the end? Hope? Wisdom? Evolution? After Act Three, the entire cast performs our traditional Indie Collaborative finale, 'We'll Stay Together.'
“Celebrating Earth in Song” at Carnegie Hall with The Indie Collaborative, April 25
Inspiring Cast of Musical Performers with a Story of Purpose

Come and see more than 20 award-winning IC artists perform Celebrating Earth Day in Song, which features a unique blend of the musical genres (rock, classical, jazz, Americana, theatrical) at this legendary venue.

The storyline of this three-act/two-part (with one intermission) presentation begins with the possibilities and newness of “The Beginning” and continues with the “Reality” of the situations. What happens in the end? Hope? Wisdom? Evolution? After Act Three, the entire cast performs our traditional Indie Collaborative finale, “We'll Stay Together."

Join us April 25, at 8 PM, at Carnegie Hall.

This show was originally scheduled for April 2020, but was put off to April 2021, and then once again to April 2022 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The artists are extremely excited to make this dream a reality.

The show takes place on Monday, April 25, 2022.
Doors open at 7:30PM
Show starts at 8:00PM

Standard $60 each
Students/Seniors: $40 each

Produced by Eileen Sherman and Grant Maloy Smith
Emcee: Grant Maloy Smith

Meet Our Performers

Dr. Alan Storeygard is as dedicated to his music as he is to medicine, weaving jazz, blues, and classical music with six albums.

Amy Otey and Alex Otey These multiple Grammy nominees have played many Americana and Children’s events including Michelle Obama’s White House Egg Roll. Alex is a superb solo and band jazz artist.

The Bluestone Sisters} Eileen(lyrics) and Gail (music) brought their music to the New York City Stages, for a range of collaborations with the Broadway community, including their Emmy Award Winning holiday show, The Odd Potato, whose studio album features 20 Tony Award Winners. Eileen is co-founder / co-producer of the Indie Collaborative and this event.

Benjamin Lerner is the great grandson of Irving Berlin with a focus on recovery. CLEAN is his brand—-his album, a weekly column for Vermont News Guide and Seven Days, and the radio show on WEQX-Manchester, VT.

David S. Goldman is an award-winning multi-lingual singer/songwriter who performs in genres of Blues, Latin, Acoustic Rock, Pop/Jazz, and World. “Few people on earth were born to sing, but lucky for us, David Goldman is one of them,” says folk singer Christine Lavin.

Elaine Romanelli: Educator, Lyricist. Performer. Songwriter, Vocalist, Country, Folk, Musical Theatre, Pop, and Classical structures for musical theatre and for liturgical use. Composer-in-Residence at the Church of St. Matthew and St. Timothy in New York City.

Grant Maloy Smith: Billboard top 10 Folk-Americana artist, Grant is a co-founder and co-producer of the Indie Collaborative. Grant is the emcee of this event.

Helen O’Shea: Princeton, NJ-based “AmeriCeltiCana” band leader of two groups—The Shenanigans and The Shanakees, originally from Limerick, Ireland.

Jerome Brooks Jr.: Known for his work in Art= (Love)2, Power, Mother Courage and Her Children, Halston, Godfather of Harlem, Rock Band 3, and solo album “Committed By: Jerome.”

Leticia Garza: Austin-based singer/songwriter/artist performs World Latin music with a social activist’s sensibility.

Mike Greenly has 11 Billboard-charted Dance/Club hits, and collaborated with the legendary Nile Rodgers. His co-write, “I See You” with

Grant Maloy Smith is the Masterpiece Living theme of a new anti-ageism campaign.

Mowgli Gianitti: Bassist, Vocalist, Composer, and Teacher. His original band Satyrdagg is 8-piece wall-of groove sound.

Noshir Mody: Multi-award winning Indian-born, NY based jazz guitarist, known for his “EthniFusion” rock & philosophy, with a new album, “An Idealist's Handbook: Identity, Love and Hope in America 2020"

Ricky Persaud, Jr. and his brother LilNicky Persaud fuse contemporary hard electronic rock and are multiple award winners.

Ryan VanDenBoom thrills audiences in the new Michael Jackson musical, MJ, nightly, at the Neil Simon Theater. Started his career in the Broadway revival of ANNIE, plus touring theater, film, and TV. He’s performed with the Chicago Symphony, Pittsburgh Symphony, and Milwaukee Symphony Orchestras.

Sophia Agranovich: Ukrainian born classical pianist is a Steinway Artist and Julliard graduate, where she taught piano. She has been described by Fanfare Magazine as “a bold, daring pianist in the tradition of the Golden Age Romantics."

Thomas Hutchings is a popular New York City saxophonist, producer and podcast host, performing with artists from Grover Washington to the Beastie Boys, syncs on TV.

Yocontalie Jackson is a Gospel performer, writer, producer. This multiple award winner is a recipient of the IDEA Legacy Lifetime Achievement award.

The Venue:
Carnegie Hall, Weill Recital Hall
152 W 57th St
New York, NY 10019

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