Amanda Wolff, chanteuse of the Green Mill, the Palm
Court, and the Coq d'Or, is returning to the Cigar Society
on Tuesday for an evening of jazz, cocktails, and cigars.
There will be a special introduction by Col. Richard Gordon.
We'll have the usual premium open bar, pizza and sandwiches.
Escape from the gray days outside and relax to some jazz standards
and intelligent conversation over cigars and cocktails at the
Iwan Ries Lounge.
includes premium open bar, two cigars, and snacks.
Reservations are required.
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 5:30-8:30 PM
19 S. Wabash Av, 2d Floor
Amanda Wolff is a Chicago native who discovered her
passion for music at an early age, first picking up a violin at the
age of 7. She received a BA in Music from Augustana College and an
MMEd from VanderCook College of Music. In 2006, Amanda joined the
Alan Gresik Swing Shift Orchestra as lead female vocalist, and the
following year began fronting the swing/jump blues band the Flat
Cats. She is also a co-founding member of the Merry Janes, a female
a cappella trio. Amanda performs regularly at the Green Mill Lounge,
the Drake Hotelís Palm Court and Coq díOr, Alhambra Palace, and the
Willowbrook Ballroom. She has also appeared at the Chicago Theatre,
Navy Pier Ballroom, Park West, Green Dolphin, Star Plaza Theatre,
and NYCís Lincoln Center. Additionally, Amanda has performed at the
Taste of Chicago, Chicago Summerdance, WGN morning news, and
participated in three USO tours across the Mediterranean. Along with
performing, Amanda teaches choir and piano classes for Merit School
the Cigar Society of Chicago
ONE OF THE OLDEST AND greatest
traditions of the city clubs of Chicago is the discussion of
intellectual, social, legal, artistic, historical, scientific,
musical, theatrical, and philosophical issues in the company of
educated, bright, and appropriately provocative individuals, all
under the beneficent influence of substantial amounts of tobacco
and spirits. The
Cigar Society of Chicago embraces this tradition and
extends it with its Informal Smokers,
University Series lectures, and Cigar Society Dinners,
in which cigars, and from time to time pipes and cigarettes,
appear as an important component of our version of the classical
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