Snapshot: Feinstein’s Christmas party


By Tonya Burton

On Nov. 22, Michael Feinstein hosted a select group of donors for a Christmas celebration and fundraiser in his Carmel home. Funds raised from the event will benefit The Great American Songbook Foundation.

The Great American Songbook Foundation was created by Feinstein in 2007 in order to preserve, promote and make relevant the music about which he is most passionate.

This music, The Great American Songbook, refers to the canon of the most influential songs from the 1920s through the 1950s, particularly those related to Broadway musical theater and Hollywood musical film.

The event in Feinstein’s home consisted of a warm, charming evening where he entertained guests with song, food and drinks. At the end of the evening, he presented each guest with his latest album, “A Michael Feinstein Christmas.”

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