08-14-2018 7:30 AM - 9:00 AM

Audiences worldwide have been enchanted by the seismic talent of inspired jazz vocalist, keyboard player and songwriter Nicole Zuraitis who blends bountiful songwriting skills, an effervescent presence and dazzling vocals in a consummate package that has thrilled audiences. Nicole is the 2016 New York City Songwriting Competition Coffee Music Project Winner, 2015 second runner-up in the Sarah Vaughan International Jazz Vocal Competition and the 2014 Herb Albert ASCAP Young Composer Awards Winner. Nicole has headlined the Blue Note (NYC) Birdland (NYC) and maintains residencies at the 55 Bar (every second Thursday of the month) and Rockwood Music Hall (with the Dan Pugach Nonet). 

The Cell Theatre, Tuesday, Augusts 14, 7:30pm. For tickets, which are $20, and additional info… click here.


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    Grammy® Nominated New York based musician Nicole Zuraitis blends clever songwriting skills, an effervescent presence and dazzling vocals in a consummate package that has thrilled audiences across Manhattan and across the world. If recently you happened upon Greenwich Village’s 55 Bar and were enchanted by the seismic versatile talent of inspired vocalist, keyboard player and songwriter Nicole Zuraitis, you’re officially part of the lady-powerhouse burgeoning fan club.You can hear the Nicole Zuraitis Quartet at Lehman College, in the Lovinger Theatre, on March 14, 12:30pm...and it's a free event sponsored by Lehman's "City and Humanities Program" and Professor Joseph McElligott.

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  • 06-28-2019 7:30 PM - 06-28-2019 9:30 PM

    "From Opera to Jazz to Pop" will feature Nicole Zuraitis—recently nominated for a Grammy—and Clare Maloney. Both Nicole and Clare began their musical pursuits as aspiring opera singers but segued from opera to jazz and pop. Their show will highlight their many talents, including the performance of well-known arias and their pop tune adaptations. 

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    "The cell" is located at 338 West 23rd St in the Chelsea section of Manhattan. 

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