Our Shows

You can find out about booking a show and contact us for more information.

MOXIE’s Signature Show

MOXIE’s Signature Show features our full range of styles, from swing to Brazilian samba, all with our original arrangements. The program runs up to two hours and includes upbeat dance and jazz tunes, romantic ballads and solo spots. For smaller venues, we can perform with keyboard as a quartet. At larger events or outdoors, we can use our full rhythm section with keyboard, bass, drums and optional saxophone/clarinet. Costume changes, stories and information about the music and song writers who inspired us complete the show, which is suitable for audiences of all ages.


photo credit: Record-Journal Publishing Co.

Partial funding for all shows may be available through MOXIE’s membership in the Connecticut Commission on Culture and Tourism’s Performing Artists Roster.

Our other shows include:


American Favorites

This show features American Favorites through the decades, including Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy and patriotic songs. The program is perfect for veterans and patriotic celebrations.

Just for Seniors

We offer a special show tailored for seniors in community centers, retirement communities and other venues. Just For Seniors focuses on nostalgic music of the mid-20th century.


You Don’t Have to be Jewish…

MOXIE performs in synagogues and Jewish Community Centers with a show that spotlights works by Jewish composers of the 20th century. The program also includes Yiddish favorites and Klezmer tunes.


Happy Holiday shows

From tried-and-true Christmas standards to Hanukkah melodies, MOXIE rocks the winter holiday season with a mix of seasonal favorites, jazz and swing tunes. Special programs can also be tailored for Valentine’s Day, Memorial Day, July 4th and Veteran’s Day.


For Schools: The MOXIE Radio Hour

Hundreds of students throughout CT and southern New England tune in each school year toThe MOXIE Radio Hour! The interactive program runs 45 minutes.

The MOXIE Radio Hour invites student audiences to help produce an old-time radio broadcast. Dorothy Goldberg, Kate O'Brien, Diane Orson and Walter Gwardyak teach students to sing background scat vocals, learn simple swing dance moves, and help create radio sound effects. With three sweet harmony vocals, two hot violins and a swingin' jazz pianist, MOXIE performs popular tunes of the 1920s, 30s and 40s, including Take the A Train, Chattanooga Choo Choo and Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy. Period costumes and props get everyone in the mood for jumpin' and jivin'!

Please contact Young Audiences of CT for more information and booking.


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