2022 has already proven to be an unpredictable year and we have definitely been rolling with the punches, but the arts have a way of making all this craziness so much easier to handle! If you have been hesitant to get out much but are feeling a little stir crazy, our Garden Sessions Concert this weekend is just the remedy.
Since August of 2021, we have had an outdoor concert in the garden at idiomART each month where we have featured a different incredible musical act. The Garden Sessions have started to become a bit of a tradition for some and we’re really excited to be kicking of 2022 with a real bang.
Cindy Benson and friends will be performing a new show called, “Something’s Coming”, which is an eclectic mix of Broadway show tunes, jazz, pop music and a splash of theatrics. If you’re unfamiliar with Cindy Benson, she has been a professional performer for many years and has starred in such Broadway productions as Les Miserables, Cats, Billy Elliot…the list goes on.
Critics love her too…
“Cindy Benson is an outstanding comedienne and singer, the sort of performer who helps make Broadway musicals the worldwide success they are.” ~ NY City Tribune
“The multi-talented Ms. Benson can hold a note as long as Ethel Merman.” ~ Hollywood Reporter
“Cindy Benson gives a superior performance as Mme. Thenardier in Les Miserables.” ~ NY Times
We will also have delicious snacks prepared by our own Maité Eusebio, resident artist at idiomART. If you haven’t tried her food, do yourself a favor! There will be a cash bar as well.
The concert is outside in the garden in a beautiful, tranquil environment with a lot of fresh air. For this month’s show, we have less seats available than normal due to the current Covid situation, so you won’t want to wait too long to buy your tickets as we’re almost sold out.
To reserve your tickets, please contact: email@example.com
See you this weekend.
The show is this Saturday (Jan. 29) and Sunday (Jan. 30) at 2 PM Doors open at 1:30 PM, $15, idiomART is located at: Presidente Cordova, between Miguel Angel Estrella y Manuel Vega (diagonal from Coral Centro downtown), Cuenca.