CABARET: An Evening with Edmund Bagnell
Vocalist + violinist Edmund Bagnell continues The Bradstan Cabaret Series on June 11 at 7 p.m.
About this event
Join hosts Scott Samuelson + Eddie Dudek as The Bradstan Cabaret Series continues with Edmund Bagnell on June 11 at 7 p.m.
Experience Edmund Bagnell’s personal and uplifting journey through music, combining his years as an actor, singer, violinist, and band member.
6 p.m. doors open | 7 p.m. showtime
Arrive early to grab a cocktail at the Cabaret Bar before the show!
|Join us for dinner at The Homestead Restaurant + Lounge before the show and receive 15% off your meal! (Proof of ticket purchase required.) Call +1 845 557 8316 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to secure your dinner reservation.|
Edmund Bagnell is a diverse artist, having performed as an actor, violinist, and singer. A native of South Carolina, Edmund was cast as Tobias Ragg in the first national tour of John Doyle’s staging of “Sweeney Todd,” which resulted in more performances as an actor in NYC and across the country.
In 2012, Edmund became the first violinist and singer in the internationally-touring string quartet Well Strung, which released three chart-topping albums in the classical crossover genre. The band had several notable live performances on the Today Show, performed on Broadway with many notable performers such as Kristin Chenoweth and Audra McDonald, and in 2015, the band’s song “Chelsea’s Mom” became a viral hit.
In 2019, Edmund premiered and toured internationally with his solo one man show, “He Plays the Violin,” to rave reviews. Now, with his first solo album, “Christmas at Home,” Edmund is excited to share yet another aspect of himself as a solo recording artist. Combining his years as an actor, singer, violinist, and band member, this album is a blend of his love for all these genres and is a personal look into what he loves about making music.
The Bradstan Cabaret Series will feature many other incredible performers. Explore the full lineup HERE! (List not all-inclusive and subject to change.)