New Orleans Events: Friday January 28
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Friday 1-28-11
Slidell Regional Cancer Center
Opens Doors For Patients
 The Best of the Beat
Friday, January 28, 2011
Generations Hall
310 Andrew Higgins Drive
New Orleans

     * Deacon John Tribute To Dave Bartholomew
     * Ivan Neville & Dumpstaphunk
     * Tribute To Alex Chilton with Dave Pirner,
       Susan Cowsill, Alex McMurray, Davis Rogan,
       Rene Coman, Theresa Andersson, Doug Garrison,
       Louis Michot, Glyn Styler and more
     * Red Bull Street Kings Brass Band Blowout Champions:
       Stooges Brass Band
     * Chubby Carrier
     * Davis Rogan
     * Creole String Beans
     * Soundclash All-Stars featuring Lyrikill and more
     * Washboard Rodeo
     * Meschiya Lake and the Little Big Horns
     * The Little Big Horns

Click here to purchase your Best of the Beat Awards Party
tickets here to avoid paying any extra convenience fees

Advance tickets are $29, at the door $39
VIP/Patron tickets are also available for $100
Proceeds benefiting the New Orleans Musicians Clinic
Luke Winslow King
Friday, January 28, 2011
Where y'Art at NOMA
Friday, Jan. 28, 5:30-9 pm
Where Y'Art @ NOMA
Where Y'Art? Friday evenings at NOMA, enjoy live music, performances, children's activities, exhibition walk-throughs, guest speakers, theater and - of course - GREAT ART.

This Friday's events include:
•    Wine and Cheese Tasting featuring St. James Cheese Company in Ralph Brennan's Courtyard Cafe  
•    Music: Luke Winslow King Delta Blues Music
•    John Lawrence of The Historic New Orleans Collection hosts a photography walk-though of Residents and Visitors exhibition
•    Family Art-Making Activity

New Orleans Museum of Art
1 Collins Diboll Circle, City Park
New Orleans, LA, 70124
(504) 658-4100

The premier art museum in the Gulf South and the city's oldest fine  
arts institution, the New Orleans Museum of Art continues to exhibit,  
interpret and preserve works of art from ancient to modern times. Its  
permanent collection is noted for its extraordinary strengths in  
French and American art, photography, glass, African and Japanese  
works. NOMA has also developed a unique Arts of the Americas  
collection, surveying the cultural heritage of North, Central and  
South America from the pre-Columbian period through the Spanish  
Colonial era.

Internationally Acclaimed Jazz Musician and Local New Orleanian, Ronnie Kole, will be performing classic Jazz hits. Ronnie & his band have played all over the world & Chateau is very lucky to have him perform for us! Mr. Kole is known for putting on a first class performance & interacting with the audience. Mr. Kole is one of founders of French Quarter Fest and has performed "Amazing Grace" for the late Pope John Paul II. He has also has recorded 28 CD's and albums and has been honored with a life-sized bronze statue in the New Orleans Musical Legends Park on Bourbon Street.
Come enjoy a wonderful dinner while listening to the music & entertainment by Ronnie Kole & his Trio.
Please call (504)467-1351 or e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
6:30-7:00 Complimentary champagne & passed assorted canapés.
7:30 Dinner featuring Stuffed Filet Mignon & Red Fish Roulade & Banana.s Fosters for dessert.
Cost is $59.95, plus 8.75% tax & 15% service charge per person, includes the show & dinner. Cash bar.
Reservations Required with credit card number or member number & a 24 hour cancellation policy will be enforced.
Dress Attire: Coat & Tie Required for Gentlemen, Cocktail Attire for Ladies. Special event charges do not apply to minimums for members.


The Bayou Bar at the Pontchartrain

January 28, and January 29, 2011
7PM - 10 PM
Solo on Baby Grand

Armand's Original songs as well as
classic New Orleans covers
following in the piano footsteps of
Booker, Tuts, Fats, Dr. John,
Professor Longhair and Toussaint

2031 St. Charles Ave.
New Orleans Opera presents Bizet's The Pearl Fishers

January 28 & 30, 8 pm, 2:30 pm
Mahalia Jackson Theatre, 529-3000

Set in exotic Celon (now Sri Lanka), this opera by the composer of Carmen boasts one of the most famous and beautiful duets in the repertoire. Two men renew their vows of friendship, even though both have fallen in love with the same woman. In the end, one man will make the ultimate sacrifice for the other.
Captain Louie is the story of a young boy on Halloween night who escapes into his own imagination as a means of coping with the loneliness he feels when he moves to a new neighborhood. Of its initial production, The New York Times said Captain Louie captures "the sound and rhythm of music that runs through childhood fantasies with a book that conveys the communicative magic of the original story."
The story is full of tricks and treats, and the incomparable music and lyrics of Stephen Schwartz (Wicked, Godspell, Pippin). Most of all, Captain Louie is about friendship -- the ability to make new friends and the importance of old ones.
CAPTAIN LOUIE-Only 3 shows!
FRI 1/28 @7:30 pm
SAT 1/29 @1:00 pm
SUN 1/30 @3:00 pm
 NORD Ty Tracy Theatre, Gallier Hall
545 St. Charles Ave.
New Orleans, LA 70130  
January 28 - Saturday January 29.
Fridays (07:30 PM - 09:30 PM)
Saturdays (07:30 PM - 09:30 PM)
Holy Ahoy! Ring in 2011 with your favorite all-singing, all-dancing group of Nuns! Jefferson Performing Arts Society (JPAS) is pleased to present their production of Dan Goggin's MESHUGGAH-NUNS! The Ecumenical Nunsense on stage January 21-23, 2011 at Teatro Wego! Theatre, 177 Sala Avenue in Westwego. Performances are Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 p.m. and Sundays at 2 p.m.. The production will also be on stage Saturday, January 29 at 7:30 p.m. at Benet Hall, Saint Joseph Abbey in Covington, LA..
"Uncle" Wayne Daigrepont is back in the "habit" to direct heavenly hi-jinks with Alan Payne as musical director and Lindsey Price as choreographer. This time, the nuns are joined by a Jewish brother on the high seas of comedy in this reincarnation of the popular Nunsense franchise! MESHUGGAH-NUNS stars, MELINDA TALIANCICH FALGOUST, KATHERINE McCLAIN, AEA, VALERIE ST. AMANT, KAREN BRADSHAW and MATT STANDLEY. You don't have to be Catholic! You don't have to be Jewish! This is a show for anyone who enjoys a good laugh! Tickets are $15-30. For tickets, http://www.jpas.org or call 504-885-2000. JPAS has great group rates, call the Box Office to find out about Group Discounts.
Join Reverend Mother (Karen Bradshaw), Sister Robert Anne (Melinda Taliancich Falgoust), Sister Hubert (Valerie St. Amant) and Sister Amnesia (Katherine McClain) as they embark on the "Faiths of All Nations" Cruise in MESHUGGAH-NUNS! After a week at sea the ship runs into a storm and several people become ill, including all the entertainers who happen to be the cast of FIDDLER ON THE ROOF. All the entertainers on board except the actor playing Tevye (Matt Standley) fall sick! The captain of the ship, knowing of the Sisters' show biz savvy, requests that the Sisters and Tevye put on a revue. The result is MESHUGGAH-NUNS!The Ecumenical Nunsense! Hilarity reigns supreme with songs like Say It In Yiddish, Contrition, In the Convent and If I Were a Catholic. From Sister Amnesia's attempt at magic to the sing-along Fiddlerspiel, this show is a boatload of comedy and fun!
Goodnight Moon
January 28 thru January 30, 2011
Fridays 7:30 PM - 09:00 PM
Saturdays 2:00 PM - 03:30 PM
Sundays 2:00 PM - 03:30 PM
Westwego Performing Arts Theater
177 Sala Avenue
Westwego. LA

Directed by Andrew Crusse
Choreography by Alicia Grubb
Musically Directed by Natalie True

The popular book, now 60 years old and still
a favorite bedtime story, comes vibrantly alive
on stage with music, dancing, and the humorous
antics of the little bunny who just can't go to sleep!
Regular Price: $15 for kids, $20 for Students/Seniors, $25 for Adults
THIS Friday, January 28, 2011
9:00pm at The Allways Lounge
(2240 St. Claude -The Marigny)

Tony O'Neill will read the most vile scenes from his 2010 novel, SICK  
CITY- plus from a work-in-progess. He will be joined by eclectic New  
Orleans performers - Ratty Scurvics, Ooops the Clown, Trixie Minx,  
Bella Blue from Fleur de Tease and J.Lloyd Miller from The Bingo Show.  
The night will be hosted by poety-slam MC, Nick Fox. Copies of Tony's  
novels will be on sale from Lee Ware, in the guise of a cigarette girl  
from 1940's clubs, holding a book ladened tray and asking "Sick City?  
Down and Out? Sick City?"

There will be a $7.00 cover charge, 100% of which goes to the  
performers (less Tony, who merely wishes to share the darker shades of  
his muse). If that $7.00 is the make or break in attending the show, I  
do know The Guy who handles The List (that being me) and can, if  
necessary, get you on the comp list ... if you're comfortable taking  
money from a poor clown.

Tony will also have his "official" and less dirty reading as a part of  
The 1718 Reading Series at the Columns Hotel on St. Charles - Tuesday,  
February 1st at 7:00pm

His "official" bookstore signing will be at Octavia Books (Octavia &  
Laurel) - Saturday, Jan 29th at 6:00pm. And two drop-in signings,  
Saturday at 1:00pm The Maple Street Bookshop and Sunday 2:30pm at The  
Faulkner House Bookstore.
Palm Court Jazz Cafe
1204 Decatur Street
New Orleans, LA, 70116
Dinner & Traditional Jazz
Wed-Sun 7pm-11pm
27 Tim Laughlin & Connie Jones w/Crescent City Joymakers
28 Clive Wilson & Palm Court Jazz Band
29 Lionel Ferbos w/Palm court Jazz Band
30 Lucien Barbarin & Mark Braud w/Sunday Night Swingsters
New exhibition, book commemorate Tennessee Williams centennial
 The Historic New Orleans Collection
  with the Al Hirschfeld Foundation
 "Drawn to Life: Al Hirschfeld and the Theater of Tennessee Williams," an exhibition and catalogue
 January 17-April 2, 2011
 Gallery Hours: 9:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Tuesday-Saturday
 Williams Research Center, 410 Chartres Street, in the French Quarter
 This exhibition is free and open to the public; details are available at www.hnoc.org.
    *** Please remember to ring the bell to enter the Williams Research Center. ***
Hirschfeld, a self-described "characterist," was the foremost chronicler of Williams's productions on and off Broadway for six decades.. With his signature linear calligraphic style, Hirschfeld's drawings compose a fascinating archive of the playwright's career while capturing the personalities of the actors who portrayed his characters on stage and screen. The exhibition also includes correspondence, Playbills, and family photographs documenting Williams's talent for drawing from life to create some of the most compelling characters in American theater history.
 Le Chat Noir Shows opening at
       le chat noir

       only 3 performances...

       January  28 & 29

       Show times:
       Friday/Saturday at 8pm
       and Sundays at 6pm

       Tickets: $30
       include $5 drink credit
       and reserved table.

       Leslie Castay

       ...a cabaret tribute to all the "unscripted" moments in  
life...a free swinging romp featurning hits from American Standards
       to classic Broadway.

       visit our website to find our Performance Calendar . directions  
and a map .
       . contact us . information on individual shows . ONLINE TICKETING ..
       . or call for reservations: 504.581.5812 . to be removed from  
this email list .
       .. Le Chat Noir.. 715 St. Charles Avenue. New Orleans, LA 70130 ..
       Monday, January 17th it's The Ricky Graham Show.
       Ricky steps out in this one-man show, featuring some of his  
favorite characters,
       to celebrate New Orleans as only he can!!
       Show time: 8pm Tickets: $26 (inc. $5 drink credit and reserved table)

Friday, January 28th, Central City 3:00pm:
March to City Hall in memory of Magnolia Shorty, Jeremy Galmon, Jashawn Powell, and Mariah Woods.
START: Washington and LaSalle.
END: City Hall, New Orleans.
Featuring the Stooges Music Group. Attire: red and camouflage, in recognition of the battlefield-level bloodshed in our city. Sponsored by all of the uptown clubs and the New Orleans Social Aid and Pleasure Club Task Force. Theme: Everybody Dies but Not Everybody Lives. Choose Life.
Downtown, 3PM
March to City Hall featuring Pit Bulls for Peace, featuring the Kinfolks Brass Band.
START: Franklin at St. Claude
END: City Hall..
Motorcade, 2:00pm:
Annual Memorial Motorcade, led by Ms. Nakita Shavers. Featuring the Free Agents Brass Band.
START: N. Broad and Dumaine.
END: City Hall.
Victims Memorial, 4:30pm:
Steps of City Hall.
 Office of Cultural Economy issued a filming notice to city hall employees and the surrounding area.
Farraday Films, LLC, is preparing to film the motion picture "Contraband" between January 27, 2011 and February 2, 2011 on Poydras between Bolivar Street and South Prieur Street, north of I-10.
 No parking will be permitted on these blocks between now and February 2, 2011. Additionally, no parking will be permitted under the I-10 overpass. "NO PARKING" signs will be posted in this area, and vehicles parked in these areas will be towed.
Citizens may hear simulated rapid gunfire and explosions during filming. Do not be alarmed, as this is part of the filming for "Contraband". The New Orleans Police Department will provide officers during filming days to oversee traffic control and monitor safety.
 For questions about filming in New Orleans, please contact Katie Gunnell at Film New Orleanswithin the Mayor's Office of Cultural Economy at (504) 658-0923.
Three Muses
536 Frenchmen St.
New Orleans, LA
 Thu, 01/27/2011 - 7:00pm
Luke Winslow King

Fri, 01/28/2011 - 7:00pm
Linnzi Zaorski

Fri, 01/28/2011 - 10:00pm
Glen Davids Andrews

Sat, 01/29/2011 - 7:00pm
Pfister Sisters

Sat, 01/29/2011 - 10:00pm
Davis Rogan

Sun, 01/30/2011 - 7:00pm
Jayna Morgan

Mon, 01/31/2011 - 7:00pm
Panorama 4

Chickie Wah Wah
2828 Canal Street
New Orleans, LA, 70119
(504) 304-4714
29 @ 9 - Shannon McNally & Hot Sauce

31 @ 8 - Jon Cleary

No Cover
(504) 553-2299

Friday, January 28
5pm - The Professor Piano Series featuring Joe Krown
8pm - Leon "Kid Chocolate" Brown
12 Midnight - Burlesque Ballroom featuring Trixie Minx and Linnzi Zaorski

Saturday, January 29
8pm - Ed Petersen presents Bizet's Pearl Fishers
12 Midnight - Brass Band Jam featuring Brass-a-Holics

Sunday, January 30
7pm Tyler's Revisited featuring Germaine Bazzle and Paul Longstreth

Monday, January 31
8pm - Bob French and The Original Tuxedo Jazz Band

  726 St. Peter Street
  New Orleans, LA  70116
  (504) 522-2841
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    Friday, January 28 @ 8pm
  Preservation Hall Jazz Masters
Featuring: Steve Pistorius
  Traditional New Orleans Jazz

  Saturday, January 29 @ 8pm
  Storyville String Band
  Featuring: Seva Venet
  Traditional New Orleans Jazz

  Sunday, January 30 @ 8pm
  Preservation Hall Presents
  Tommy Sancton's New Orleans Jazz Band
  Traditional New Orleans Jazz

  Monday, January 31 @ 8pm
  The Preservation Hall Jazz Band
  Featuring: Mark Braud
  Traditional New Orleans Jazz

 Neutral Ground Coffeehouse
5110 Danneel Street
New Orleans, LA, 70115
(504) 891-3381
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No Cover Charge
       Fri, 01/28/2011 - 7:00pm
       Daniel Black + Richard Bienvenu + Dan Rivers + Mike True + Eric Disanto

       Sat, 01/29/2011 - 8:00pm
       Mark Saucier + Jim Badura + Sana & Susan Robinson + Gina Forsyth

       Sun, 01/30/2011 - 7:30pm
       Open Mic Night

       Mon, 01/31/2011 - 7:00pm
       Say You Swear + Dave Easley + Dave Maleckar + The Genial Orleanians

Every Sunday 11am-2pm Buffa's Jazz Brunch, 1001 Esplanade
 Sundays  January  30th

Every Friday night 7pm - 10pm  Maison  at 508  Frenchmen Street
Jazz  every Sunday from
11:00AM until 2:00 PM featuring
Dixieland/Traditional jazz by
"Some Like it Hot"
at Buffa's Lounge
corner of Burgundy and Esplanade Ave o Cover Charge  Enjoy a delicious brunch!
Drink 2 dollar Mimosa's
The Maison
 508 Frenchmen st
Friday night we have Some Like it Hot @ 7pm, 10pm, Lagniappe Brass Band, followed by Caesar Bros Funk Box. Upstairs @ 9pm is the Storyville Starlettes Burlesque, followed by the premiere of our new friday Latin dance party, Buena Vista Social!

Saturday Night we have Kristina Morales @ 7pm, followed by Soul Project @ 10. Upstairs is the Bones Dance Party
Saturday 1-29-11
Don't miss Joint's Jumpin' guest emcee, comedian Jodi Borrello - New Orleans Native & Las Vegas Headliner
New Orleans Rhytym & Blues
Joint's Jumpin' vocalists: Luther Kent, Tony Owens, Johnny Vindigni, Gina Brown, Danon Smith and Tereasa Betts Wimberly

Joint's Jumpin' musicians: Lawrence Sieberth, musical director (pianist), Anthony Brown (guitar), Donald Ramsey (bass), Jeffrey "Jellybean" Alexander (drums), Roderick Paulin (tenor sax), Alonzo Bowens (baritone sax), Rick Trolsen (trombone), Barney Floyd (trumpet) and Bobby Campo (trumpet)
An all-star cast of N.O. musicians and vocalists who perform songs that were originally recorded by Fats Domino, Lloyd Price, Huey "Piano" Smith, Chris Kenner, Eddie Bo, Irma Thomas, Aaron Neville, Professor Longhair, The Meters and others!
Joint's Jumpin'
VALET parking will begin at 6:45pm at The Sugar Mill for this Saturday's Joint's Jumpin' show!

Tickets (reserved seats... and general admission/standing room only) will be on sale at The Sugar Mill Box Office on the day of the show. Sugar Mill's Box Office opens at 3pm... Doors open at 7pm... and the show begins at 8pm
Tickets NOW on sale: $30 reserved... $20 general admission (standing room only).... call 504-648-0660 or visit www.sugarmillevents.com
Live music events on weekends January 29-March 25, 2011
 Saturday, JANUARY 29TH 12 NOON TO 3 P.M.
12:00-12:45       I'VOIRE SPECTACLE--African drumming and dancing
1:00-1:45          Tornado Band featuring Darryl Adams ofPreservation Hall Jazz Band
2:00-2:45          Henry Turner, Jr. and Flavor-Reggae Funk
  Financial Literacy Day
If money doesn't grow on trees, then where does it grow?  Learn the
answer to this question and more as you explore ways to manage, budget and
save.  Learn how to sort and count change.  Discover the origin of
the quarter.  Decorate a piggy bank in Art Trek.  Learn to shop on a
budget in our Little Winn Dixie.

Where: Louisiana Children's Museum, 420 Julia Street New Orleans, LA 70130

When: 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Who: Fun for the family!

How: Admission required. Free for members!

Cost: $8 per person. Members are free.

For more info: www.lcm.org
 Abracadabra Magic Show
Head to the Castle! This Saturday, step into a world
of magic with Irwin Royes, the World's Smallest Magician, as he
presents a magical show, "Abracadabra!"

Where: The Children's Castle, 501 Williams Blvd., Kenner, Rivertown

When: 11:30 AM

Who: Young children and their families

How: Admission required.

Cost: Tickets are $5..

For more info: 504.468.7231 ext. 220
Pussyfooters Blush Ball Fundraiser
for Metro Center for Women & Children
Saturday, January 29, 9 p.m.-'til
The Howlin' Wolf, 907 South Peters St.
Admission: $30

The Blush Ball Fundraiser features live music by Big Sam's Funky Nation and tunes by DJ Brice Nice as well as performances by the Pussyfooters and the 610 Stompers. There will also be a Firehouse Cook-off by the Firefighters of New Orleans. METRO's mission is to break the cycle of domestic violence and aid survivors of sexual assault through advocacy, intervention, empowerment and transformation. www.mcwcgno.org
Pussyfooters Blush Ball Fundraiser
for Metro Center for Women & Children

Saturday, January 29, 2011
9pm - 2am

Howlin' Wolf
907 South Peters

$30 advance tickets - buy from your favorite Pussyfooter
$30+service charge - buy on-line
$35 tickets at the door
Get ready to Party with a Purpose: P to the 10th Power!

# Featuring Big Sam's Funky Nation and DJ Brice Nice
# Performances by the Pussyfooters and the 610 Stompers
# Firehouse Cook-off by the Firefighters of New Orleans
# Win a chance at over 60 fabulous prizes in our Raffle.
Tickets $5 each or five for $20. Buy now from a Pussyfooter
or at the Ball. Drawing Jan. 29. Need not be present to win.

BLUSH BALL: Party with a Purpose
2011's BLUSH BALL: Party with a Purpose "P to the 10th Power"
marks the Pussyfooter's 10th anniversary. To celebrate,
we want to raise $10,000 for Metro. '

Metropolitan Center for Women and Children
METRO's mission is to break the cycle of domestic
violence and aid survivors of sexual assault through
advocacy, intervention, empowerment and transformation.
 Vince Vance's Annual 39th Birthday Bash
Saturday, January 29
9:00pm - 1:00am
Rock 'n Bowl
3016 Carrollton Ave
NOLA 70118
open to the public



Sunday 1-30-11
Trinity Artist Series
1329 Jackson Avenue - New Orleans -Call: Albinas This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Sunday, Jan, 30 at 5 pm:     Armand St. Martin, solo pianist & Celebre New Orleans  entertainer
Armand St. Martin's music show is a one-man piano-based experience with his original Louisiana-flavored songs and classic New Orleans covers that he sings.
Armand performs in the New Orleans two-handed piano style of others before him like Professor Longhair, Dr. John, Allen Toussaint and Fats Domino.
*** Every Monday from 6 to 7 pm , TAIZE in the Chapel with candlelight
*** Every Thursday at 6:30 pm Choral Evensong
Evensong is an ancient Anglican service which embodies the glories  of the Anglican musical
Sunday 1-30-11

Sunday, January 30, 2011
Harrah's Theatre
VIP 2pm
General Admission 3pm - 5pm
$30 - $50*  
 Stop by the WYES offices at
111 Veterans Boulevard, Suite 250
Visit Blue Frog Chocolates at
5707 Magazine Street.
Enjoy an Afternoon of Chocolate Tasting!
This year WYES has the most participants ever!
With over 50 local chocolatiers, bakeries, and restaurants guests are sure to sample all things chocolate! Enjoy everything from milk chocolate to bittersweet chocolate to chocolate cocktails to savory dishes.
Sample More Chocolate than You can Imagine.
If you or someone you know can't get enough chocolate - this is the event to attend!!
Bring your sweetie for an early Valentine's Day celebration, or grab your favorite gals and enjoy a scrumptious afternoon of chocolate sampling and libations.
Liberty's Kitchen - Mixing Up Some Magic!
30 Jan 11, 6:00 PM

Join us for a three course meal including wine with dinner at Chef  
Adolfo Garcia's Rio Mar Restaurant, from 6 to 9.  Assisting Chef  
Garcia will be Liberty's Kitchen's own Chef Brack May, our chef  
instructors and of course - our students!  All proceeds to benefit the  
Liberty's Kitchen Youth Development Program.

Liberty's Kitchen is a social enterprise dedicated to transforming the  
lives of New Orleans' youth by providing a path to self-sufficiency.

Fortheir recital on Sunday, January 30 at 6:00 pm, at St. Mary's Church,
1100 Chartres St., pianist Jean-Baptiste Monnot, Young Artist in Residence
at the St. Louis Cathedral, and violinist Joseph Meyer, Concert Master of
the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra will perform Jean-Marie Leclair's
Sonata in D major (Opus 9 no. 3), Olivier Messiaen's Thème et variations
(1932), Nathan Milstein's arrangement of Frederick Chopin nocturne c sharp
minor (opus posthumous), and Robert Schumann Sonata for Violin and Piano No.
2 in d minor (opus 121).

The concert will be free and open to the public.

Jean-Baptiste Monnot, Young Artist-in-Residence at the St. Louis Cathedral,
is a graduate with honors from both the Rouen and Paris Conservatories.  A
student of Olivier Latry and Michel Bouvard, additional studies have been
with Jean Guillou of Paris and

Bernard Haas of Stuttgart.  He has played recitals through France, and
appeared in Australia, Austria, Belgium
Germany, Hungary, Italy, Japan,
Spain, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom.
Trinity Artist Series
1329 Jackson Avenue - New Orleans -Call: Albinas This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Sunday, Jan, 30 at 5 pm:     Armand St. Martin, solo pianist & Celebre New Orleans  entertainer
Armand St. Martin's music show is a one-man piano-based experience with his original Louisiana-flavored songs and classic New Orleans covers that he sings.
Armand performs in the New Orleans two-handed piano style of others before him like Professor Longhair, Dr. John, Allen Toussaint and Fats Domino.
*** Every Monday from 6 to 7 pm , TAIZE in the Chapel with candlelight
*** Every Thursday at 6:30 pm Choral Evensong
Evensong is an ancient Anglican service which embodies the glories  of the Anglican musical
Upcoming Events
New Orleans Radical Faeries present
their 22nd Annual Saint Brigid Ball
and Imperial Coronation of Empress XXII

Wednesday Feb 2, 2011
7pm to 2am

10:30pm until 1am

Theme: Legends of the Wood
Colors: Iridescent
Texture: Gossamer

John Paul's
940 Elysian Fields AveNUE
New Orleans, LA 70117
$10 donation
No one turned away for lack of funds
Sweet 610 Debutante Ball
February 4th, 2011
UNO Performance Center
 8pm - midnight
Trey McIntyre Project and Preservation Hall Jazz Band
February 4, 8 p..m.
Mahalia Jackson Theater of the Performing Arts
Special NOBA commissioned world premiere

Purchase Tickets
NOBA is thrilled to reunite two remarkable creative forces, Trey McIntyre Project and Preservation Hall Jazz Band, in an extraordinary world premiere event. TMP is a prolific American force on the international dance scene. PHJB, currently celebrating its 50th Anniversary, is the legendary champion of New Orleans jazz. Together, and for one night only, ten phenomenal dancers will unite with seven illustrious musicians in a world premiere experience that will include an exclusive encore main stage presentation of Ma Maison.

Creative Collabortion
When Trey McIntyre launched his new company rooted in classical ballet and blasted onto the international dance scene in 2008, NOBA invited this trailblazing choreographer, known for his hip and contemporary dances, to create a new work set to New Orleans jazz music. The result was Ma Maison, the critically-acclaimed collaboration with PHJB that has toured the world to rave reviews, including a recent special appearance at the Hollywood Bowl that was hailed as "shockingly powerful" and "one of the most stunning performances all year" by The LAist.
Hotel Monteleone Hosts History Book Launch and Legacy Series Luncheon
First of Five Luncheons Focuses on Literary History
The Hotel Monteleone is hosting a book signing and champagne toast for its history book, Hotel Monteleone: More Than a Landmark, The Heart of New Orleans Since 1886.. The book's author, Jenny Adams, and designer, Phillip Collier Designs, will be available to sign purchased copies Immediately following the book launch is the first luncheon, "Hotel Monteleone: A Literary Landmark," in the Hotel's 5-part Legacy Series. Hosted by local media personality, Jeff Crouere, the panel discussion will present an introductory overview of the Hotel's literary history and Italian-American influence while showcasing the famous authors who helped it to earn the distinction of Literary Landmark. Panelists include Jan and Bob Carr, New Orleans broadcast icons; Mark Cave, curator for the Tennessee Williams holdings at The Historic New Orleans Collection; New Orleans authors Marda Burton and Jenny Adams; Nell Nolan, The Times Picayune social columnist; Susan Larson, local literary critic and WWNO radio host; and Dr. Kenneth Holditch, retired UNO professor, literary historian and guide for New Orleans Literary Tours (as of January 18, 2011).
Both the book signing and luncheon are open to the public.
Tuesday, February 8
10:30am - Book signing, Hotel Monteleone: More Than a Landmark, The Heart of New Orleans Since 1886  in the Lobby
11:00am - Champagne toast in the Lobby
11:30am - 1:00pm - Legacy Series luncheon, "Hotel Monteleone: A Literary Landmark"
WHERE:  Hotel Monteleone
214 Royal Street
History Book: As part of its 125th anniversary celebration, the Hotel Monteleone is releasing its very own book to capture all aspects of its rich history including the construction of the hotel throughout the years, various influencing factors such as fashion trends and cultural events, and stories from the people
who have shaped its history.
Legacy Series: Hosted by Jeff Crouere, the 5-part Legacy Series will feature bimonthly panels on the arts, politics and culture of New Orleans. In a luncheon setting, Jeff will guide panelists in a discussion that positions the Hotel Monteleone's history as an integral part of New Orleans' history.
The launch of the history book and the champagne toast are free and open to the public. Attendees can purchase a copy of the book for $45. Authors will be available to inscribe the purchased books.
The cost to attend the Legacy Series Luncheon is $35.
 To register, visit http://hotelmonteleone.com/legacy-1/ or call (504) 681-4452.

Fifth annual "Musical Louisiana" concert showcases
works once performed by a 19th-century orchestra of free men of color
WHO:The Historic New Orleans Collection and the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra
WHAT:  "Identity, History, Legacy: La Société Philharmonique,"
a concert with the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra
WHEN:  Thursday, February 10, 2011, 7:30 p.m.
***Note:  An additional performance will be at Slidell High School Friday, February 11 at 7:30 p.m. ***
WHERE: St. Louis Cathedral, Jackson Square, French Quarter
HOW:The concert at St. Louis Cathedral is free and open to the public, and no reservations are necessary. Seats will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis..
**Tickets are required for the Northshore performance.
 Contact (504) 523-6530 or visit
 for more information. ***
WHY: On Thursday, February 10, The Historic New Orleans Collection and
the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra will present "Identity, History,
Legacy: La Société Philharmonique," the fifth installment of "Musical
Louisiana: America's Cultural Heritage." The popular concert series and
educational program examines an aspect of the state's
contributions to classical music each year. This year's program is
presented in conjunction with The Collection's exhibition, In Search of
Julien Hudson: Free Artist of Color in Pre-Civil War New Orleans, and the
16th annual Williams Research Center Symposium, "Identity, History,
Legacy:  Free People of Color in Louisiana."
The 2011 concert will feature music that was performed by La Société
Philharmonique, a mid-19th century orchestra composed of free men of
color in New Orleans. Under the direction of conductor Thomas Wilkins,
musical highlights include Rossini's Overture to Semiramide, Alard's La
Traviata (Fantasy for Violin and Piano, op. 38), and Verdi's "Caro nome"
from Rigoletto. Following a typical program of this orchestra and its
contemporaries, a dramatic reading will also be presented-Victor Séjour's
"La Retour de Napoléon (The Return of Napoleon)."
Along with the exhibition, the symposium and concert will explore the impact of this important and long understudied population.
This project has been made possible by the National Endowment for the
Arts as part of American Masterpieces: Three Centuries of Artistic Genius.
Additional support comes from the Louisiana Endowment for the
Humanities and the Hotel Monteleone

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April 17 event, which includes a 1.2-mile swim in Lake Pontchartrain, a 56-mile bicycle ride and a 13.1-mile run that ends in front of Jackson Square.

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