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Original co-star in the 1996 revival of CHICAGO, the Musical, David Sabella is an award-winning singer/actor, who has performed in both musical theater and classical music, on and off Broadway, Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall, and in concert halls and opera houses throughout the US and Europe. For more information visit Music Director Mark Hartman has worked on and off Broadway, notably as the MD for Avenue Q and Associate Conductor of Sondheim on Sondheim. He is the recipient of three MAC Awards and the Backstage Bistro Award for Music Direction. He has appeared at Feinstein’s/54 Below, Café Carlyle, Birdland, Iridium, the Oak Room at the Algonquin, Feinstein’s at the Regency, Town Hall, Rose Hall at Jazz at Lincoln Center, and with Michael Feinstein and Natalie Douglas at Carnegie Hall. For more information visit: On July 22 & 23, 2021 singer David Sabella celebrated the return of New York cabaret, after the historic 16 month COVID 19 lock-down, with an evening of well known songs, set differently, “slightly askew,” by music director Mark Hartmen, and additional arrangers Gregory Toroian, Christopher Denny, and Rick Jensen, in honor of the unprecedented year experienced by all of us, in 2020. According to critic Stephen Mosher (Broadway World Cabaret) “David earns major street creds for his decision to deconstruct, reinvent, and repurpose material with shockingly new looks…” You may think you know these songs, but you’ve never heard them like this. Additional Credits: Drums: Mike Lunoe Bass: Sean Murphy Additional Arrangements: Gregory Toroian, Christopher Denny, Rick Jensen Sound Design/Recording: JP Perreaux Recording Mix: Colin Freeman Mastered by Roger Lian REVIEWS (snippets) “…the marriage of technical perfection with artistic excellence… To attend one of his shows is to experience a master class in the art of cabaret.”Marilyn Lester, Nightlife Exchange “(Sabella and Hartman) score major wins at every turn with equally sophisticated treatments of Sondheim, Berlin, Connick and others… a show so satisfying that David Sabella could keep doing it for years to come, something this writer would like, wholeheartedly, to recommend.” – Stephen Mosher, Broadway World “…thrilling beauty and emotion that will haunt you for days after… Such magic doesn’t come along often, and it must be celebrated. Bravo to all.” – Bart Greenburg, Cabaret Scenes Magazine