- $75 for a ticket package for two to Sinatra Saturdays (up to $150 total value)
- When: any performance through September 6; shows take place Saturdays at 8:30 p.m.
- Where: The Carnegie Club
- Ticket values include all fees
The Package Includes:
- Two general-admission tickets (up to $40 value each)
- One bottle of prosecco ($70 value)
“Make no mistake,” says singer Steven Maglio before a show. “We are not impersonators here.” The New York native bites off his swinging syllables just as Ol’ Blue Eyes used to, but he means to honor the music, not mimic the man. In standards such as “The Best Is Yet to Come,” “Come Fly With Me,” and “The Lady Is a Tramp,” Maglio and the 11-piece Stan Rubin Orchestra sing and play from the depths of their tuxedos. And their showmanship has garnered plenty of glowing compliments. Donald Trump described himself as “very impressed with [Maglio’s] talent,” Governor David Patterson lauded, “I thought they were playing Sinatra’s recordings,” and Vincent Falcone, the pianist/conductor for The Chairman himself, declared “Steven is one of the finest singers keeping The Great American Songbook alive.”
The Carnegie Club
Stuffed with century-old hand-carved woodwork, 25-foot ceilings, and crushed-velvet banquettes, the Theatre District’s Carnegie Club doesn’t just look like a cozy annex of a bygone century—it smells like it, too. A fireplace sets shelves and shelves of leather-bound volumes aglow, and due to a zoning loophole, you might even catch a whiff of cigar smoke. With a maximum capacity of 150 guests, the atmosphere on any occasion is of an elegant and exclusive gala.