Art Garfunkel and Family To Perform at Carnegie Hall Wednesday, October 2nd at 8:00 p.m.

 Art Garfunkel and Family To Perform at Carnegie Hall
(Weill Recital Hall)

Wednesday, October 2nd at 8:00 p.m.

For the very first time, the legendary Art Garfunkel will be sharing the stage at Carnegie Hall with his family — his beautiful wife of 25 years, Kathryn Luce Garfunkel and their talented two sons, Arthur Jr.and and Beau.


Audiences in Europe have recently been entertained by the legendary singer and his eldest son. In fact, Arthur Jr. has started to generate the same kind of rave reviews that his father has been attracting for decades. The younger Garfunkel clearly inherited his dad’s special gift described by one critic as “angelic vocals which reached incredible heights.”


And not surprisingly, Art Sr. is quite proud of his son.

“You don’t look to indulge your private life at the expense of an audience. What is it, nepotism? You only do these kinds of things if your kid is a marvelous entertainer and he earns the spotlight,” reflected the iconic singer. “Watch. You’ll see. … ”



In addition, their youngest son, Beau, has shown incredible promise with his musical gifts of playing both the harp and the piano.


And the lady of the house, Kathryn Luce Garfunkel, is no stranger to the stage either. Quite an accomplished vocalist in her own right, she has toured with her husband and has performed with him at Buckingham Palace, The London Palladium and The White House. She has also performed her cabaret act at Feinstein’s, Birdland, The Cutting Room and Guild Hall.


The Garfunkel’s concert entitled All Four Garfunkels

will include solos, duets and numbers performed by the entire family.  Songs will range from such crowd favorites as “Devoted To You” to Smile” to “The Boxer” to “Scarborough Fair”. The special performance will also include musings from Art Garfunkel’s memoir, “What Is It All But Luminous” (Knopf) in which he discusses a meeting with his publicist, a major advocate of tweeting.


Tickets are $69.50 and are available at Carnegie Hall’s Box Office or by calling (212) 247-7800