Jun 29, 2013
Moscow 57, the NYC-based entertainment and hospitality company will pop up at The Silo at Hunt Hill Farm on Saturday, June 29 with a cooking class led by Chef Seth Goldman and a live music performance by Ellen Kaye with the M57 Band. The Silo is the cultural legacy of Ruth and Skitch Henderson, the founders who have maintained this site through their non-profit organization "Hunt Hill Farm Trust." Ellen's appearance at The Silo brings her back full circle. In 1990, Skitch Henderson asked her to perform at Carnegie Hall as part of the New York Pops Annual Birthday Gala. Over the past few years, Ellen has been appearing regularly at notes jazz clubs such as The Iridium Jazz Club and The Metropolitan Room. The event will feature the artwork of local visual artist Faith Stewart-Gordon, Ellen's mother and the former owner of the famed Russian Tea Room. Both include wine and M57 light bites. Event details below:
|Cost||$90/cooking class, $35/music performance|
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