Live In-person: Dan + Claudia Zanes


Nov. 5, 2022, Saturday, doors open 3:30 PM, performance 4:00pm to 5pm

Families of 4 or More Use COUPON CODE: “FAMILYTIME” for Ticket Purchases and Get 15% Off!!

Our beneficiary (CT Food Bank) serves all parts of Connecticut, including Bridgeport, New Haven and surrounding areas.


Pizza and light finger food after the show. Please stay for Food and Community!!

Price to view Livestream: $15.00

For those with kids: Our hosts at The Unitarian Church in Westport are providing free adult-supervised babysitting during the Heather Pierson Trio concert. Concert-goers are welcome to drop their children off at the Meeting House next door. Lots of fun holiday activities are planned! Let us know in the COMMENTS BOX at CHECKOUT if you are interested and how many children you wish to bring.


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Dan + Claudia Zanes - photo credit Michael Clifford

Dan + Claudia Zanes


Six-time Parents Choice Gold Award Winner

“The family-music genre’s most outspoken and eloquent advocate.” – TIME

“The crown prince of contemporary kid’s music.” – People

“The gold standard in kids music…” – NPR

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Grammy award winning children’s performer Dan Zanes and Haitian-American music therapist / jazz vocalist Claudia Zanes have been making music with each other since the day they met in the fall of 2016.

The two decided while sitting at Dan’s kitchen table that afternoon that they would continue singing together and, in the spirit of progress and inclusion, would work with presenters to try and make all of their concerts sensory friendly.

Inspired by their artful modern-day all-ages folk music and their commitment to accessibility, the Kennedy Center commissioned Claudia and Dan to create a theater piece for young audiences.
Night Train 57: A Sensory Friendly Comic Folk Opera
premiered in October 2017 and has been performed several times since.

Their love of songs and communal music-making lead to a publishing deal with the Quarto Group USA and the result, an award winning songbook entitled Dan Zanes’ House Party: A Family Roots Music Treasury, was released in 2018.

In late 2019 the couple - now married! - moved from Brooklyn to Baltimore and what had been a full schedule of theater, school, and festival performances evaporated with the advent of the coronavirus. When a national state of emergency was declared in March, Dan and Claudia started their Social Isolation Song Series. For the next 200 days, in an effort to stay connected and uplift others, they performed a different song every day. This series of videos currently resides in the Library of Congress.

The two continue to adapt and reinvent and sing their way to new beginnings. In addition to music making, Claudia runs her flourishing handmade skin care business called CLEO Soaps and Dan continues his work with Constructive White Conversations, a white antiracist organization he co-founded in 2011.