Nov 20, 2021 | Myron's Cabaret Jazz

I Wanna Dance with Somebody: The Music of Whitney Houston

Nicole Henry


Nov 20, 2021
5:00 PM
On Sale TBD

Nov 20, 2021
8:00 PM
On Sale TBD

Ticket Prices
$39.00 — $59.00
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Selling out top venues worldwide, award-winning vocalist Nicole Henry makes her Smith Center debut with her acclaimed theatrical concert event “I Wanna Dance with Somebody: The Music of Whitney Houston.” Hailed for her soulful vocals and charismatic stage presence, Henry will perform the pop icon’s most beloved hits such as “I Have Nothing,” “I Will Always Love You,” “Didn’t We Almost Have It All” and more – all while sharing her personal journey to becoming a leading jazz singer with a Soul Train Award and three Top-10 Billboard albums.

Henry has captivated audiences in over 20 countries and headlined at leading venues such as the legendary Blue Note in New York City, and Jazz at Lincoln Center. Cowritten by Henry, this production is conceived and directed by renowned director Will Nunziata, who has worked with top stars such as platinum recording artist Jackie Evancho.

Enjoy this gifted artist’s uplifting performance celebrating Houston’s messages of courage, truth and love.

Approx. 75 minutes with no intermission

Prices vary according to when you purchase and the popularity of the show.

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Head Audio Engineer at Myron’s Cabaret Jazz Hails from Career with Music Icons After serving as a top audio engineer on tour with Prince, Kevin Harvey has high standards ingrained in his blood. “If you were even a little far from what he wanted, you were going home the next day,” recalls Harvey, now head audio engineer for Myron’s Cabaret Jazz at The Smith Center. “You lived in a pressu