SCOT ALBERTSON’S 12TH ANNUAL PRE NEW YEAR’S EVE EVENT
Friday December 30, 2016 – 8:00p.m. – 11:00p.m.
Doors open at 7:30p.m.
SCOT ALBERTSON TRIO featuring LEE TOMBOULIAN (Pianist) & TOMMY MORIMOTO (Sax)
$15.00 Cover Charge Advance Ticket Purchase via Reservation Telephone Number 212.995.0900 or email@example.com
$20.00 Food / Drink Minimum (full dinner menu available)
$20.00 Cover on December 30, 2016 at the door with NO Reservation or Advance Ticket
Event photo posted is of Scot’s 11th Annual Pre New Year’s Eve Dec. 30, 2015 at Tomi Jazz – Scot and Daryl Kojak who performed together that night.
Event Concept – Scot created and debuted this annual event on December 30, 2005 at the legendary Danny’s Skylight Cabaret Room (West 46th St. / Restaurant Row in NYC). This Pre New Year’s Eve Event is an alternative to a traditional New Year’s Eve evening in that it is much less expensive and much less traffic aggravation. Scot brings in / supplies for the audience party hats and noise makers / horns to celebrate the end of 2016 (we sing Auld Lang Syne together as the evening draws to an end). Scot’s 2nd Annual Pre New Year’s Eve December 30, 2006 was the very last show in Danny’s prior to its closing.
Scot Albertson – (Vocalist – Performer – Producer – Artistic Director – www.scotalbertson.com) debuted as a career performer at the legendary Danny’s Skylight Cabaret Room June 17, 2005. Since then, Scot has become a Tri State area Vocalist continually building upon a foundation of an audience / following with every appearance publicly releasing 6 self produced CDs. Scot’s performing venues: Danny’s, Laurie Beechman Dinner Theatre (3 year residency – NYC), Iridium Jazz Club, Jazz at the Kitano (5 year residency – NYC), Baruch Performing Arts Center, Brownstone Jazz (Brooklyn), Parnell’s (NYC), Miles Café, Somethin’ Jazz (NYC), Live Green CT Environmental Awareness Outdoor Festival (Norwalk CT – 5 year residency performing and promotional / marketing support), La Mediterranee French Bistro (NYC), Fuji of Japan (Darien CT), Scholes Street Studio (Brooklyn), Blueberry Music and Art Gallery (Greenwich CT), Salem Roadhouse Café (Union NJ – 2014 & 2015 performing support for annual benefit), Italian Bistro (Highland Park NJ), Metropolitan Room, Tomi Jazz (NYC – 7 year residency – 2009 to current / 2016), Hibiscus Restaurant Jazz Nights (Morristown NJ), Project 142 Concert Series (Manhattan – 4 house concerts 2012 – 2013), Bar Thalia Jazz Nights with John Lang (Symphony Space), Barnes & Noble (Lincoln Center Performing Space in NYC – 3rd & 4th CD Release Events), Westport CT Center for Senior Activities. Triad Theatre (NYC), WFDU Live Radio Interview with Host Joel Perry May 29, 2016, Symphony Space (NYC – 3 self produced concerts – Leonard Nimoy Thalia Theatre – 2013 thru 2016 – 6th CD Release Concert June 2013 – all 3 Two Sets with Two Bands concerts – Scot performing in both sets as bandleader). Scot returns to Symphony Space (www.symphonyspace.org) November 16, 2016 8:00p.m. with his 4th self produced concert – Two Sets with Two Bands. Scot’s NEW 7th CD to be released Fall 2017.
Scot produced and hosted “Carousel” Public Access TV Weekly Interview Show (Cablevision) in Norwalk CT (2011 – 2013 – FaceBook Page for “Carousel”). Scot created and designed an entire new theme / Show introduction (incorporating a Peter White original composition for the Show music – www.peterwhite.com) significantly infusing life into a 24 year old show. Scot was hired as Artistic Director of Project 142 Concert Series by its Founder Rev. Dick Leonard Fall 2013 (www.project142.org). To date, Scot has booked, hosted and produced 88 concerts for Project 142 with a full Fall 2016 schedule in progress. Scot created and designed the logo and web site for Project 142. As of July 2016, Project 142 is now a 501(c)(3) NonProfit Concert Series / Organization. Scot is also consulting / co-teaching for Music On The Inside (a 501(c)(3) NonProfit Organization known as MOTI – www.musicontheinside.org) for Fall 2016. MOTI is an organization that brings music to incarcerated young adults to create and inspire an artistic outlet.