Westchester Dining-Winstons, Mount Kisco, NY.  May 30th, 2015:  The restaurant has a rooftop dining and drinking area, which is unique for the area.  Gregg Vigliotti for The New York Times

LIVE MUSIC at Winston

Join us for live music every Wednesday from 6pm-9pm, featuring world class musicians from the tri-state area.  Sets at 6pm and 7:45pm. We recommend making a reservation, and when calling please mention that you would like a table by the music.

November 13

Andrea Ekizian

Andrea Ekizian is “Andrea” of the Armenian Rug Riders, a lead singer who has talent and energy to burn. Andrea is known for her amazing renditions of some of the classic Rock tunes of all time. Driven by Andrea’s powerful vocals and a band that just flat-out Rocks, the Rug Riders will have you dancing and grooving all night long. Andrea will be joining us with an acoustic rendition!

November 17

Al DiMarco

Al DiMarco, a pianist and singer, has been performing his entire life. “A lot of material I play is designed for people who came of age in the 30s 40s and 50s,” he said, adding, “As soon as they hear the music, memories click, and many people even start to sing.” Al will be accompanied by Steve Lamattina, on guitar. Join us on Sundays in October for Al’s soothing tones as well as a 50% off select wine list.

November 20

Sarah Browne

Sarah Browne is an indie-folk singer-songwriter currently based in NYC. She discovered her love of songwriting at the age of eighteen. After she had written her first song, she felt compelled to share her music with others. Sarah’s songwriting style has been molded by artists she grew up listening to throughout her childhood such as Joni Mitchell, the Dixie Chicks and James Taylor. Sarah’s debut album, entitled To You, has been featured on The Peak 107.1 FM and on WHUD 100.7 FM.

Sarah will be joined by her band, which includes world-class fiddler Greg Holt and multi-talented Matthew Hadley on drums.

November 24

Al DiMarco

Al DiMarco, a pianist and singer, has been performing his entire life. “A lot of material I play is designed for people who came of age in the 30s 40s and 50s,” he said, adding, “As soon as they hear the music, memories click, and many people even start to sing.” Al will be accompanied by Steve Lamattina, on guitar. Join us on Sundays in October for Al’s soothing tones as well as a 50% off select wine list.

November 27

John Basile Trio

Jazz guitarist John Basile is respected by his peers, critics , and jazz insiders for his musical depth, harmonic insight, and conversational approach to improvisation on the guitar.

At Winstons he’ll present a program of jazz standards and originals with the incomparable David Finck on bass and Dave Elson on vibes.

The collective list of credits by this trio encompasses a who’s who in the current jazz world.

Stop by for an evening of cool swing and melodic delight by these three masters.

December 4

Pete Malinverni

“Malinverni is a wild cat…he digs into the piano and emerges with exotic treasure.”-The Philadelphia Inquirer
Pete Malinverni is firmly established as a highly respected presence in local and national club and concert performances, as well as in Europe, South America, and Japan. A composer of great depth, passion and individuality, he has received grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, NY’s Symphony Space and the Meet the Composer Foundation.

December 11

John Basile Trio

Jazz guitarist John Basile is respected by his peers, critics , and jazz insiders for his musical depth, harmonic insight, and conversational approach to improvisation on the guitar.

At Winstons he’ll present a program of jazz standards and originals with the incomparable David Finck on bass and Dave Elson on vibes.

The collective list of credits by this trio encompasses a who’s who in the current jazz world.

Stop by for an evening of cool swing and melodic delight by these three masters.

December 18

Chris Conte Holiday Trio

Vocalist and Upright Bassist, Chris Conte performs classic, swinging American Songbook jazz & blues favorites. He takes influence from musical legends, such as Nat “King” Cole, Tony Bennett, Ella Fitzgerald, Frank Sinatra, Steve Tyrell, Harry Connick Jr., and Diana Krall, while his voice is often compared to that of a young Chet Baker or Mel Torme. His performance will satisfy audiences of all types. While his singing, bass playing, and band mates will be featured, the real stars of the night are the timeless songs.

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Mon: Closed
Tues-Thurs: 5pm to 9pm
Fri & Sat: 5pm to 10pm
Sun: 5pm to 9pm

130 East Main St., Mt. Kisco, NY
info@winstonrestaurant.com
914.244.9780

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