Fisher Center Presents
The Hot Sardines
Stepping up from their sizzling, sold-out performances in the 2013 and 2014 Spiegeltent seasons, these hot-jazz darlings get into the big, brass-filled spirit of the holiday season for their debut on the Sosnoff stage. For the Holiday Stomp, The Hot Sardines infuse yuletide classics with their unique twist on New York, Paris, and New Orleans jazz from the era of Prohibition and beyond, from beloved chestnuts like "White Christmas" and "Please Come Home for Christmas" to lesser-known gems such as Edith Piaf's “Le Noël de La Rue,” Ella Fitzgerald's “Santa Claus Got Stuck in My Chimney,” and even “The Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy”—with plenty of surprises along the way.
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"Simply phenomenal, crisp musicianship going hand in hand with immaculate and witty showmanship."—Times (London)
"The charismatic front-runners of vintage jazz play big halls as if they've just dropped in to a party."—Guardian
Watch a video featuring The Hot Sardines and Alan Cumming.
Learn more about The Hot Sardines from their website.
Listen to The Hot Sardines on WNYC's Soundcheck.