Tuesday, August 21, 2012

CABARET SINGER EXAMINES THE SCIENCE OF LOVE IN SONG

Germano’s upcoming cabaret lineup is phenomenal!

The Cabaret Room opens at 6 PM on show nights  for pre-show dining.

Performances begin at 7:30 PM unless otherwise indicated. Inquire about cover charge and food/drink minimum. Please keep in mind that the Cabaret Room holds a maximum of 80 and they set up the room according to reservations, so reserve early. 

Germano’s is a nut-free facility. Inquire about their vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free items and specials featuring sustainably caught wild seafood from Wild Planet.

For ticket sales and reservations call 410.752.4515. 
www.germanostrattoria.com

Gia's singing career began at age three at the Elk's Club with her father, guitarist Rick Chinisci. She sang Oh, Lonesome Me... and promptly fell asleep on stage. Now she stays awake for the whole show, singing jazz and performing her original cabarets at venues including Blues Alley in Washington, DC, Germano's in Baltimore, Lannie's Clocktower Cabaret in Denver, and M Bar in Los Angeles.

She is a frequent featured soloist, singing at the Kennedy Center and for the Bush family at the White House. She also performs as a guest artist with other musicians and released her first CD, Something Borrowed, Something Blue, with Unified Jazz Ensemble in 2009.

Her past cabarets include Love in the Capital City, Love in the Mile High City, Laugh It Up, Funny Girl, and When I Think of Home.