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With the swing of Sinatra, the soul of Hartman, and the cool of Connick, Mark Robinson delivers sophisticated jazz crooning. Called "one of the most exciting additions to the Bay Area vocal scene in recent years," Robinson follows in the footsteps of the midcentury masters while putting his own stamp on every phrase. As All About Jazz put it: "Like the very best in this game — Sinatra or Tony Bennett — Robinson makes it all sound so effortless."
I'm making my way back to jazz gigs and very busy with theater and film. Next up: Fun Home at Berkeley Playhouse, where I'm cast as the sometimes-charming, sometimes-tortured Bruce Bechdel. The show runs Feb 24 to April 2, 2023. Get tickets here. (And if you come, be sure to say hello afterward!)
If you're a Sondheim fan (or want to become on), you can catch me playing Ben Stone in a concert version of the great composer's Follies with Redwood Symphony. We're doing two performances at Cañada college April 15 and 16. Get tickets here.
Irving Berlin's "How Deep Is the Ocean" live at Black Cat in San Francisco
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