Music in my Soul “Happy Holidays”
- Ticket Price: $25.00 - $37.00
Featuring: The Taylor Street and Stop Band and Friends
Ron Sfarzo (Musical Director), Maryann Sfarzo (Vocals), Carl Arnold (Drums), Dennis Crosby (Bass), Roger Glenn (Vibes-Reeds-Woodwinds).
Come by to enjoy an evening of Holiday Music and songs from the All American Songbook. Along with a Special Surprise Guest, we guarantee you will be singing all the way home.
Ron Sfarzo started his musical career at the age of 7, playing along side his father Nick and brother Angelo.
Nick Sfarzo and brother Angelo Sfarzo. He went onto performing with the Andrini Brothers in Las Vegas and Ted Noga’s Eastman Trio. Ron’s career continued on as Concert Artist with Wurlitzer, Baldwin, Lowery, Hammond and Roland Keyboard Companies. Ron has performed for Steve Miller, Charo, George Shearing, George H. W. Bush, Henry Kissinger and Francis Ford Coppola, the list goes on.
Maryann is a Vocalist, Actress, Voice over talent and lyricist. Her vocal training started at the age of 16 after meeting teacher Connie Cox. She study Broadway Music and was known as the little girl with the big voice. She later studied with vocal coach Bill Stoker who developed what she calls her “soft voice” which opened the door to singing beautiful ballads. In 2006 Maryann published the “Singers Notebook,” a book for singers to always know their key.
In 1979 they wrote their first song together, “It’s Christmas” which is heard on Music Choice,
Sounds of the Season during the holidays. Another of their compositions, “Oh My Sweet
Honolulu” was played while boarding Hawaiian Airlines in 2004 and in 2005 along with their son Chris, they wrote “In A Child’s Eyes” a song to increase the awareness in the search for missing children. They where asked to present their song on National Missing Children’s Days in Washington D. C., “In a Child’s Eyes” could be found on several missing children’s sites. http:// childseyes.sfarzoproductions.com.
Roger Glenn was born and raised in New York. this Latin Jazz master got his start listening to his father, Tyree Glenn, play trombone and vibraphone with Cab Calloway, Duke Ellington, and Louis Armstrong. Roger was later able to perform with his father to perfect the skills necessary to create his own sound that makes him a great solo artist.
Now living in the San Francisco Bay Area, Roger spends part of his time performing on the West Coast and the rest of his time concertizing in Europe.
Tickets can only be purchased online prior to the show; Ticket sales will close on line at 4:00pm on 12/22/18.
“If Available” - The only time tickets will be available for sale at the door will be on the day of the show $33.00
Regular Seating while available $25.00 on line
Premier Seating while available( up to 5 rows back facing stage $31.00 on line
Front Table Seating (First Two Rows Center Stage) while available $37.00 on line
If you wish to be seated with another ticket purchasing customer please send a request to firstname.lastname@example.org