Six Feet Apart

October 23 – Alexander Boldachev

From Russia. With Harp.
Hailed for his “absolutely thrilling” performances (Bachtrack), Alexander Boldachev, the headliner of his instrument, Official Artist for Salvi Harps, Guest Artist of Bolshoi Theater, Founder of the Harp Festival Zurich, has been breaking the mold of the 21st-century harpist with unprecedented virtuosity on both the concert pedal harp as well as the Salvi Delta electric harp.

November 6 – Ashley Sofia

Sofia released her debut record, Love and Fury, in 2014, with critical acclaim heralding her as the “21st-century reincarnation of the Laurel Canyon folk-rock sound.” After the success of Love and Fury, Sofia ventured outside the Blue Line of the Adirondack Park and began a new chapter in Nashville, where she still lives and makes music.

November 13 – Kelly Hall-Tompkins

Ms. Hall-Tompkins earned acclaim last year as the fiddler in the Broadway revival of “Fiddler on the Roof.”
Kelly Hall-Tompkins is the founder and CEO of Music Kitchen-Food for the Soul which pioneered bringing world-class artists in concerts in homeless shelters. In celebration of their 15th anniversary, the organization is in partnership with Carnegie Hall to present the World Premiere of “Forgotten Voices.”

November 20 – Kofy Brown

Kofy Brown is a fiercely independent recording artist. The Washington DC native has 10 releases to her credit; She’s Butta EP 1992, Live & Delicious 1995, Hungry 1997 Skinny & Tight 1999, Area 32 2001, Love Warrior 2005, Stompin at the Paard – Live in The Netherlands 2006, The Mecca Sessions – Live in San Francisco 2006 and Soul Rock 2008 on her own indie label Simba Music. And now introducing number 10, Child of Providence.

December 4 – Spencer Day

Spencer Day, the #1 Billboard charting pop/jazz singer and songwriter, has headlined venues from Birdland and Lincoln Center to the Hollywood Bowl and London’s West End. Known for his unique sense of humor and distinctive original songs, his upcoming project “Broadway by Day” celebrates the unlikely friendship between jazz and musical theatre.

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