Three free opportunities to hear Sabrina Lastman in February


Vocalist Sabrina Lastman can be heard this month at the Flea Theater on February 7th, at the Tutuma Social Club on February 17th, and at the Teatro Heckscher of El Museo del Barrio on February 20th.

On Sunday, Feb. 7 at 3pm Sabrina will appear at “Music with a View”, a free composer series at the Flea Theater entitled “Singer/Songwriters?” curated by Kathleen Supové. She’ll be singing ‘Green Man’, a composition by Sasha Bogdanowitschwith with The M6: Emily Eagen & Sasha Bogdanowitschwith, with invited singers Daisy Press, Jeremy Lydic and Raphael Sacks. This is a showcase for composers working in the medium of song, but doing it in quirky, unusual, and innovative ways. These artists straddle the boundary between classical and alt pop.

Sunday, February 7 | 3pm
Music with a View – “Singer/songwriters?”

Guest Moderator: Kitty Brazelton
The Flea Theater
41 White Street (bet. Broadway & Church Streets)
Free admission
Transportation: A, C, E, N, R, Q, W, 6, J, M, Z to Canal St. or 1 to Franklin St.

On Wednesday, Feb. 17, Lastman will be performing with residents musicians at Tutuma Social Club, experimenting Peruvian rhythms with other Latin American music, originals as well as music by great Latin American songwriters. The concert is free and they have delicious Peruvian food & drinks.

Wednesday, Feb. 17 | 8 & 10:30 pm
Sabrina Lastman – voice/songs

Yuri Juárez – guitar
Freddy “Huevito” Lobatón – cajon
Shirazette Tinnin – drums
Tutuma Social Club
164 E 56th St. (at 3rd Ave)
Free admission

On Saturday, Feb. 20 Sabrina will be playing with the Candombe Jazz Project at the beautiful Teatro Heckscher of the El Museo del Barrio, in a day celebrating and exploring Carnival’s African influence.

Saturday, February 20 | 4 pm
Candombe Jazz Project

Sabrina Lastman – voice/songs
Beledo – guitar
David Silliman – drums/percussion
Arturo Prendez – candombe drums
Special guests: Agrupación Lubola Macú
Teatro Heckscher – Museo del Barrio
1230 5th. Ave (at 104 St.)
Free admission
Transportation: 6 to 103rd St., 2 or 3 to 110th St.