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Jonathan Estabrooks

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Label: Independent

Bio: Hailed by the New York Times as ‘a robust baritone’, and winner of the prestigious 35th Oratorio Society of New York Vocal Competition, Canadian baritone Jonathan Estabrooks continues to make a unique and rich contribution to the performing arts world. His vocalism and performance style have been... See Full Bio

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Jonathan Estabrooks has a show on 04/04/2014 at 07:30 PM @ The ... in Toronto, ON, CA http://www.reverbnation.com/c./poni/271851192 #concert

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Oct 19, 2007
JONATHAN ESTABROOKS, Baritone A second year master degree candidate at the Juil... [more]
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  • Thu

    Apr 10


    Ottawa, CA | 7:30pm
    Thu Apr 10 7:30pm
  • Fri

    Apr 4


    Toronto, ON, CA | 7:30pm

    Toronto, ON, CA
    Fri Apr 04 7:30pm

    Details

    Fusing elements of classical, pop and classic musical theatre, Jonathan Estabrooks will make his Drake Underground and debut for 'These Miles'. Joined by his 4 piece rhythm and string ensemble, it is sure to be a true melding of styles, stunning, lyrical and energetic.

  • 2012

    Feb 13


    Vancouver, BC, CA | 8:00pm

    Vancouver, BC, CA
    Mon Feb 13, 2012 8:00pm

    Details

    World Premiere A BLESSING ON THE MOON The Colour of Poison Berries Norman & Annette Rothstein Theatre Music by Andy Teirstein, libretto by Andy Teirstein and Joseph Skibell and featuring the Warsaw Village Band [Poland / USA] Chutzpah! 2012 opens with an extraordinary event: the world premiere of a musical and theatrical adaption of author Joseph Skibell’s masterpiece novel, A Blessing on the Moon. This new music-theatre experience combines imaginative and physical theatricality with a fiery, folk-infused score that brings Skibell’s daring and original story to life. Andy Teirstein’s composition joins with the glorious timbres and galloping percussion of the Warsaw Village Band and a cast of five accomplished singer/actors under the spell of Jim Calder’s direction. A Blessing on the Moon; The Colour of Poison Berries is the surreal and magical tale of Chaim Skibelski. It follows Chaim’s wandering search for an afterlife following his violent death at the hands of a German soldier in wartime Poland. On his travels, he is sometimes accompanied by his Rabbi who is now a crow. This mystical story is a haunting evocation of the Polish Holocaust experience and a journey towards peace and wisdom. The music, which ranges from Polish folk/roots to cabaret, adds nuance to every line spoken—and combines with movement to beautifully explore the edges of magic realism contained in the words of this epic narrative. Andy Teirstein’s work is inspired by a rich and diverse range of folk and roots music, and is described by The New York Times and Village Voice as “magical,” “ingenious,” and “superbly crafted.” The six-member Warsaw Village Band is considered among the most important and accomplished musical ambassadors of European culture today. Their modern brand of traditional folk music has garnered BBC Radio Awards and a Grammy nomination, among a raft of other accolades. Joseph Skibell’s 1997 debut novel A Blessing on the Moon was named one of the year’s best by Publisher’s Weekly, Le Monde and Amazon.com. He has received awards from the American Academy of Arts and Letters and the National Endowment for the Arts, as well as the Sami Rohr Award in Jewish Literature. His work has been translated into many languages, most recently Ido and Chinese.

  • 2012

    Feb 12


    Vancouver, BC, CA | 2:00pm

    Vancouver, BC, CA
    Sun Feb 12, 2012 2:00pm

    Details

    World Premiere A BLESSING ON THE MOON The Colour of Poison Berries Norman & Annette Rothstein Theatre Music by Andy Teirstein, libretto by Andy Teirstein and Joseph Skibell and featuring the Warsaw Village Band [Poland / USA] Chutzpah! 2012 opens with an extraordinary event: the world premiere of a musical and theatrical adaption of author Joseph Skibell’s masterpiece novel, A Blessing on the Moon. This new music-theatre experience combines imaginative and physical theatricality with a fiery, folk-infused score that brings Skibell’s daring and original story to life. Andy Teirstein’s composition joins with the glorious timbres and galloping percussion of the Warsaw Village Band and a cast of five accomplished singer/actors under the spell of Jim Calder’s direction. A Blessing on the Moon; The Colour of Poison Berries is the surreal and magical tale of Chaim Skibelski. It follows Chaim’s wandering search for an afterlife following his violent death at the hands of a German soldier in wartime Poland. On his travels, he is sometimes accompanied by his Rabbi who is now a crow. This mystical story is a haunting evocation of the Polish Holocaust experience and a journey towards peace and wisdom. The music, which ranges from Polish folk/roots to cabaret, adds nuance to every line spoken—and combines with movement to beautifully explore the edges of magic realism contained in the words of this epic narrative. Andy Teirstein’s work is inspired by a rich and diverse range of folk and roots music, and is described by The New York Times and Village Voice as “magical,” “ingenious,” and “superbly crafted.” The six-member Warsaw Village Band is considered among the most important and accomplished musical ambassadors of European culture today. Their modern brand of traditional folk music has garnered BBC Radio Awards and a Grammy nomination, among a raft of other accolades. Joseph Skibell’s 1997 debut novel A Blessing on the Moon was named one of the year’s best by Publisher’s Weekly, Le Monde and Amazon.com. He has received awards from the American Academy of Arts and Letters and the National Endowment for the Arts, as well as the Sami Rohr Award in Jewish Literature. His work has been translated into many languages, most recently Ido and Chinese.

  • 2012

    Feb 11


    Vancouver, BC, CA | 8:00pm

    Vancouver, BC, CA
    Sat Feb 11, 2012 8:00pm

    Details

    World Premiere A BLESSING ON THE MOON The Colour of Poison Berries Music by Andy Teirstein, libretto by Andy Teirstein and Joseph Skibell and featuring the Warsaw Village Band [Poland / USA] Chutzpah! 2012 opens with an extraordinary event: the world premiere of a musical and theatrical adaption of author Joseph Skibell’s masterpiece novel, A Blessing on the Moon. This new music-theatre experience combines imaginative and physical theatricality with a fiery, folk-infused score that brings Skibell’s daring and original story to life. Andy Teirstein’s composition joins with the glorious timbres and galloping percussion of the Warsaw Village Band and a cast of five accomplished singer/actors under the spell of Jim Calder’s direction. A Blessing on the Moon; The Colour of Poison Berries is the surreal and magical tale of Chaim Skibelski. It follows Chaim’s wandering search for an afterlife following his violent death at the hands of a German soldier in wartime Poland. On his travels, he is sometimes accompanied by his Rabbi who is now a crow. This mystical story is a haunting evocation of the Polish Holocaust experience and a journey towards peace and wisdom. The music, which ranges from Polish folk/roots to cabaret, adds nuance to every line spoken—and combines with movement to beautifully explore the edges of magic realism contained in the words of this epic narrative. Andy Teirstein’s work is inspired by a rich and diverse range of folk and roots music, and is described by The New York Times and Village Voice as “magical,” “ingenious,” and “superbly crafted.” The six-member Warsaw Village Band is considered among the most important and accomplished musical ambassadors of European culture today. Their modern brand of traditional folk music has garnered BBC Radio Awards and a Grammy nomination, among a raft of other accolades. Joseph Skibell’s 1997 debut novel A Blessing on the Moon was named one of the year’s best by Publisher’s Weekly, Le Monde and Amazon.com. He has received awards from the American Academy of Arts and Letters and the National Endowment for the Arts, as well as the Sami Rohr Award in Jewish Literature. His work has been translated into many languages, most recently Ido and Chinese.

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  • Dan Profitt (Artist) Dan Profitt
    Great vocals! Really enjoyed fly away
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    Awesome Track Pleasure to meet you :) 7Heaven ~Indonesia~ Facebook : http://www.facebook.com/pages/7Heaven-Band-Ponorogo/184297121629493 Subscribe my Chanel on...
  • Nancy Burridge (Artist) Nancy Burridge
    Your Danny Boy is beautiful! Amazing voice! You are very talented!
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