A piano, a microphone, a little lighting here and there, and a brilliant guest line-up. There was a time when that was all a guy needed to put on a show for folks. Ain’t that a bite.
Inspired by the likes of George Gershwin, Cole Porter, Richard Rodgers, Lerner & Loewe, Warren Peterson’s arrangements join the greatest crooners with flowing romantic pieces and fiendishly difficult pieces by Chopin, Rachmaninoff, Liszt, and every other fat cat composer you could think of.
There is one entertainer in the world that sings and plays and joins disparate musical styles in a dazzling and uplifting manner, befitting Horowitz and Sinatra, Wolfgang and Dino, Chopin and Crosby. Warren Peterson will take you back in time, if you’re up for a little trip.
He’ll sweep you off of your 21st century feet and take you to a world where the high traditions of dazzling classical piano keys blend in almost seamless unison with vocals from the Great American Songbook. He’s stepping up to the baby grand, rolling up his sleeves, and about to show you what he’s been up to all these years.