For years now, Murphy Productions, the outfit firm from Daniel Patrick and Erma Murphy, has been hosting Sunday Salons – potluck-style meals that have attendees performing music, poetry, dance, storytelling and much more – at O’Hanlon Center for the Arts, where Murphy serves as executive director.
The multi-faceted gatherings battled through the turbulence of the Covid-19 crisis and marched on with a return to in-person salons in 2022.
They’re back at it again on Sunday, February 19 at O’Hanlon. Doors open open at 4:30pm. Show begins at 5pm. $15.
The event boasts an excellent slate of performers, including music from the likes of Kurt Hugel, Tim Ryan, Daniel Patrick, Diana Gat Cantania Alexia Ulbinsky and Caylia Chaikin, along with poetry from Suz Lipman, storytelling from Sheri Williamson and Ginnie Job, tango dancing from Aldo Zamudio and partner and Chipps Barsky with the Art of the Valentine.
“Come and enjoy the songs, dancing, music, storytelling, and poetry, celebrating the most important of emotions… LOVE,” Murphy and Murphy said in their announcement. “Bring a drink to share and boxed dinner for yourself.”
One day earlier, The Heart Exchange w/ Deborah Winters, John Hoy and Andrew Higgins perform at O’Hanlon on Saturday, Feb. 18. Doors 6:30. Tix $25. Fall into a love fest and fire up the February heat as Deborah Winters creates a heart connection with an evening of exquisitely crafted intimate ballads from jazz to contemporary styles. Joined by the elegant sounds of John Hoy on guitar and Andrew Higgins on bass and cello. (Who needs chocolate when you’ve got gorgeous melodies to get lost in!) An evening not to be missed!Seating limited so get your tickets early! MORE INFO & TIX.