Fighting the War Against HIV/AIDS with Music

Hearts & Voices Performers at Out by Ten

Out by Ten: 7 Acts with Heart & Soul: Rock and Roll…Cabaret…Broadway…Jazz

Out by Ten producers, Jane Ashe and Susan Seliger, honor seven of the most exciting, heart-thumping cabaret, jazz, rock and roll and Broadway musicians who not only wow the crowds but routinely volunteer their musical talents to lift the spirits of HIV/AIDS patients in hospitals and treatment facilities throughout NYC.

At Out by Ten, you will hear the Hearts & Voices performer’s joyous voices and stories on June 26, 2014, as they and Lifebeat are honored for transforming music into healing experiences. 

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Dana Calitri: This singer and multi-platinum songwriter has performed with artists from Celine Dion to Elton John and Cher. She has appeared on Saturday Night Live, The Rosie O’Donnell Show, and performed with Richard Gere, Renee Zellweger and Catherine Zeta-Jones in the movie Chicago. In addition, Dana teaches as a voice coach and studies the healing power of music.

Deni Bonet: This pop/rock singer/songwriter is also a classically trained violinist who has performed at Carnegie Hall, the United Nations and the White House. The Wall Street Journal described her catchy, fun-loving, edgy vocal and musical style as  “Sheryl Crow meets the B-52’s”. Deni has recorded and performed with R.E.M., Sarah McLachlan and Cyndi Lauper, to name a few.

Grace Garland:  Triple-threat singer-actress-songwriter Grace uses her sexy, sultry voice to fuse R&B and jazz. She has played with such legendary musicians as jazz flutist Bobbi Humphrey and Grammy Award-Winning songwriter Julie Gold and her voice can also be heard on TV and radio spots, most notably with actor James Earl Jones and the blues guitarist B. B. King. 

Rachel Green: She’s a woman of many talents  an accomplished actress, singer, violinist and voiceover artist. Rachel has appeared on stage, from Broadway to off-off. She has also performed in films and TV shows from Discovery to the National Geographic Channel. Rachel has been playing the violin since she was four years old.

Cassandra Kubinski: As a songwriter, singer and actress, Cassandra has toured clubs, coffeehouses and colleges across the US and abroad. She has done jingles and voice-overs for Maybelline, Hasbro, Barnes and Noble, and Twizzlers. Her fourth album, Just Being Myself, was produced by Edd Kalehoff, the composer/producer behind the music of Faith Hill and Britney Spears.

Carmen Sciafani: This endearing, easy-going, classic rock and roll singer/songwriter/guitarist has performed from the East Coast to the West, usually with his band, Wiser Times. Carmen’s early album, There and Back Again, hit  #46 on the Americana Music Charts. 

Eleanor Dubinsky: Her silky, sultry voice swings from the sparkle of bossa nova, to the longing of soul and the sophistication of jazz. No wonder she’s been compared to Sade, Portishead, Brazilian Girls, and Joni Mitchell. 

The Deal: 
Our $20 admission fee ($18 in advance) includes free wine and cheese. 

The Place: 
121 Ludlow Street, 2nd floor, (betw. Delancey and Rivington) Spectrum NYC Studio: An intimate salon in hip, bustling lower Manhattan, with a parking lot across the street. Easy access to subways: J, F, Z and M trains at Essex/Delancey

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