In case you missed them

Check out some of our recent shows

A Wonderful Performance

Opera & Broadway II
Perfect Together

Saturday, April 15th

This program is one of many up close and personal outreach events presented by Boheme Opera NJ featuring emerging artists on the brink of great careers. Soprano Brynn Terry and tenor Jeremy Brauner will bring you to the edge of your seat with their performances of great opera arias and duets, as well as noted Broadway solos and duets. These two artists represent the future of opera, with blossoming careers that are dedicated to our amazing art form – on the main stage, in concert and at intimate gatherings like this one. Boheme Opera NJ Managing Director Sandra Milstein Pucciatti will accompany at the piano.

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An Awesome Recent Show –

Sylvia Ahramjian and Cynthia Raim

Renowned classical musicians Sylvia Ahramjian and Cynthia Raim made their Live at Lew’s debut on November 5.

If you missed the chance to hear them live in this intimate atmosphere, give this video a listen.

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Another Great Evening –

Olivier and Jean Baptiste Franck

David Brahinsky

September 17, 2022

Paul Kaplan

Saturday, August 20, 2022

Paul is a songwriter and singer with over fifty years in the music business. In fact, a song he wrote in 1966, I’ve Been Told, is available today from Smithsonian Folkways on their site, on iTunes, and Amazon. His style could best be described as Americana. He writes songs to last, even those that deal with current events.

July 23, 2022

the Nick Scheuble Trio

Renown jazz drummer Nick Scheuble and his trio make their debut at Live at Lew’s on July 23. Nick has played with Wynton Marsalis and other jazz greats at Lincoln Center, Birdland, and the Village Gate.

Eric Mintel Quartet

Saturday March 2nd

Two performances at the White House by invitation of President’s Bill Clinton (1998) and Barack Obama (2011), several concerts at the Kennedy Center, a special concert at the United Nations and countless accolades, the Eric Mintel Quartet have been thrilling audiences of all ages with their electrifying jazz for over 25 years. Featuring pianist and composer Eric Mintel, Nelson Hill sax/flute, Jack Hegyi bass and Dave Mohn drums. The EMQ is best known for their tribute to Dave Brubeck and performance of many Eric Mintel originals. The EMQ also has become a staple of the holidays with their highly successful “Charlie Brown Jazz” concerts delighting families across the country.

Hendrik Meurkens and Misha Tsiganov

Saturday, October 13, 2018

Live at Lew’s welcomed Hendrik Meurkens, the Berlin born pioneer of “Samba Jazz” and Moscow born Misha Tsiganov, who have played with everyone from Astrud Gilberto to Wynton Marsalis.

Bob Andrews

Beloved singer songwriter Bob Andrews returned to Live at Lew’s.

Darryl Yokley

Saturday, August 4, 2018

If you missed their historic presentation of Pictures at an African Exhibition at the Philadelphia Art Museum, this was your chance to hear Downbeat’s album of the month up close and personal.

Stony Brook

Saturday June 21, 2018

One of the best bluegrass bands in New Jersey