Songs & Stories: A Tribute of George M. Cohan
Known in the decade before World War I as "the man who owned Broadway", George M. Cohan is considered "the father of American musical comedy." He was involved in it all; from vaudeville and minstrel shows to the Broadway musical. Join cabaret singer Gilda Solve for an all-out American tribute by revisiting this historic, patriotic time through the great music of “George M.” Guests are welcome to ask questions via the chat throughout the program.
- "Early Bird" Ticket: $12.50; available until 48-hours prior to the performance.
- "Regular" Tickets: $15; available until 15-minutes before the start of the performance.
All tickets are 1) are per device, not per person on Zoom, and 2) are non-refundable & non-exchangeable.
ABOUT GILDA SOLVE
Born and raised in San Francisco, Gilda began to sing at a very early age. She went on to study classical & modern music, receiving her Bachelor of Arts from the Dominican University of California where she studied singing, piano, composition, dance and theater. She has performed in numerous shows in the US and Europe, including; A Chorus Line, Bye Bye Birdie, Pippin, Evita, and more. Since 1990, Gilda has been living in France and, for the last 15-years, has been a featured singer, accompanied by a trio. With an engaging stage presence and heartfelt warmth, Gilda brings a diverse array of songs & stories to life!