Jazz Dinner Club at Bearsville Theater with Deanna Kirk Doors open 6:30PM Music 7PM Advance Ticket $10 - $15 / Day of Show Ticket $15 - $20 Ticket includes cover admission. $20 minimum, per person, for food or beverage is required on the night (plus tax and gratuity) Come and enjoy a performance by some of the finest Jazz musicians in the Hudson Valley, along with delicious new entrees and beverages from our new menu! About Your Artists... Deanna Kirk Has had a varied life as a performer, songwriter, recording artist, business owner and teacher. In addition to owning two Jazz clubs in NYC’s east village (Deanna’s), she has recorded and co-produced numerous CD's and has been a featured artist in various movie and television soundtracks. Her awards include a 2013 Bistro Award for best Jazz vocal and is a recipient of a national endowment of the arts award for vocal excellence. She continues to record and write original music, but finds her way back to interpreting the beloved repertoire of Jazz and cabaret. Deanna performs regularly in venues throughout NYC and elsewhere, depending on where the music takes her. She divides her time between the east village, NYC and the Catskill mountains. Peter Einhorn Peter Einhorn is a graduate of the University of Miami jazz guitar program and holds a Masters degrees in Music Composition and Mathematics. He is an active player, an award winning video and documentary composer, and the inventor of the SpiderCapo which has expanded the voice of the guitar, and is distributed worldwide.Peter has performed and / or recorded with Ira Sullivan, Joe Lavono, Jimmy Cobb, Steve Swallow, Placido Domingo, John Abercrombie, Jim Hall, Steve Kuhn, Eddie Daniels, Roland Hanna, Walter Booker and many others, with performances ranging from the gambit of NYC jazz clubs, to the Metropolitan Opera (on Saz). John Menegon New York City bassist John Menegon started his career playing bass in Montreal. After having worked for several years on the Canadian jazz scene with the great guitarists Sonny Greenwich, Mike Gauthier & Nelson Simons, and saxophonists Steve Grossman & Pat LaBarbara, he went on to hone his skills in NYC in the mid-80s. Since moving to New York to study Jazz at Long Island University on a full scholarship, John has performed/recorded with Dewey Redman, David “Fathead” Newman, Matt Wilson, Frank Kimbrough, John Hicks, Yoron Israel, Jack DeJohnette, Kenny Burrell, Joel Frahm, Pat Metheny, Kenny Barron, Paul Bley, Anthony Braxton's Tri-Centric Orchestra, Nick Brignola, Jimmy Cobb, Al Foster, Slide Hampton, Sheila Jordan, Lee Konitz, Joe Lovano, and many others. Matt Garrity Drummer Matt Garrity has been on the New York City jazz scene for many years. He has performed and recorded with some of the best in the business, including Vincent Herring, Teri Thornton, David Williams, Jeremy Pelt, Joel Forrester, Ron McClure and Jerome Richardson, among others. Matt has performed all over New York in such notable venues as The Blue Note, Birdland, Smalls, Smoke and The Kitano Hotel.