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Keith Ingham March 7 & 10

We are excited to welcome a very special guest to Trattoria Machiavelli on Tuesday, March 7th and Friday, March 10th. Keith Ingham is a world-renowned jazz pianist who has worked with such legends as Peggy Lee, Benny Goodman and Susannah McCorkle since moving to New York in the late ’70s. He began his career in London where he created a …



Mimi De Maio on December 9th

Machiavelli is honored to Presents Italian singer Mimi de Maio in visit in NYC! Mimì De Maio, appreciated by Jovanotti and Lucio Dalla, will be in New York to present his latest album entitled \”Tuttinsieme\” and make some conferences in Italian cultural institutes and Consulates. The show is called \”Sound of Italy\”, is a journey into the Italian song. Don’t …



Tommy Mandel at Machiavelli

Classically trained from an early age, Tommy Mandel was introduced to jazz, but his heart was always in rock & roll. He graduated with degree in Philosophy, so a life in music was the natural option, of course. Currently on staff at Sarah Lawrence College, Tommy has toured and recorded with several notable acts such as Dire Straits, Bryan Adams, …



Fawn Segerson at Machiavelli

Fawn – derived from the Greek origin, meaning “Youthful Beauty.” Time and time again, referred to as “Marilyn,” her beauty manifests both outside and in. Looks aside, Fawn Segerson‘s extreme creativity and youthful outlook, coupled with her musical genius have yielded masterpieces that I wholeheartedly believe will one day penetrate the masses. While I have always felt her strength is …



Lisa DeSpain at Machiavelli

Lisa DeSpain is a jazz pianist, composer, and vocalist known for her joyous, passionate performances and her ability to enchant an audience. Growing up in Utah, Lisa was surrounded by the sounds of the Mormon Tabernacle choir – but not a lot of Miles Davis. That didn’t seem to stop her. Lisa eventually landed in New Orleans to study under …



Jed Distler at Machiavelli

Called altogether an extraordinary pianist in the Newark Star Ledger, the Downtown Keyboard Magus in the New Yorker, and a witty, genial and adventurous pianist and composer in the New York Times, Jed Distler is artist-in-residence and weekly host for “Between the Keys” on The Classical Network WWFM. He records for Steinway & Sons, and earned a Guinness Book Record …