Nicholas Zork, Uriah Mitchell, Jack Fanselau, Mona Mee

August 3rd, 2022 8:30pm   Stage


Nicholas Zork

Nicholas Zork is a singer-songwriter, composer, music director and collaborative artist. His songs, writing, teaching, and music practices explore ways that music can resonate, embody meaning, cultivate diverse and inclusive communities, and overcome social barriers.

As a musical director he has created collaborative concerts at Joe’s Pub at the Public Theater, Apollo Music Cafe, and Rockwood Music Hall. And he co-curates, with Pauline Kim Harris, the Carnegie Hill Concerts series, a chamber music series that features artists of different genres and disciplines in curated, shared programs, bringing people together to participate in the celebration and cultivation of New York City’s diverse community (

Nicholas’ classical compositions have been performed by university and festival choirs, and his music has appeared in numerous television programs. He has written songs with and for Grace Weber, Lynette Williams, Akie Bermiss, Wayna, and other outstanding artists. He wrote and arranged songs for Gil McKinney’s debut album (#1 iTunes jazz, #8 Billboard jazz) and wrote a song for the feature film Permission (Rebecca Hall, Dan Stevens, Jason Sudeikis, Tribeca Film Festival). And he can heard on recordings with Jon Foreman and Sufjan Stevens. In addition to writing and recording with other artists, Nicholas also performs his own folk-oriented pop songs. His EPs, “Questions I Can’t Answer,” “All We Own,” and “Promises I Can’t Keep” explore questions of love, loss, doubt and hope through stories—both autobiographical and imagined

Uriah Mitchell/Mona Mee/Jack Fanselau

Uriah Mitchell
Emerging from a long line of legendary Memphis musicians, a star is born and is making his way in the city of soul. The Memphis Native, Uriah Mitchell is a young up and coming artist and producer with a rich history. Beginning with his great grandfather, Willie Mitchell whooperated Royal Studios and was the Vice President of Hi Records passed on his musical talent to his father, Lawrence “Boo” Mitchell who currently operates the studio as a Grammy Award Winning Recording Engineer. It is apparent that music flows in Uriah’s genes. This artist brings a whole new approach to pop music, adding a touch of R&B in the mix. Listeners can’t help but stand up and move with every tune that Uriah creatively presents

Mona Mee
Mona Mee is an American singer, songwriter, recording artist, and actress. This young, exotic artist of Egyptian and European descent, brings with her a style, charm, and sultry sound that has been described by producers as "heartbreaking, beautiful, and addictive." Surrounded by the chaos and turmoil of growing up in the inner city, Mona Mee found comfort and exhilaration in music. As a toddler, her talents shined bright when she picked up her first guitar and blew her family away when they found that the music simply poured out of her. Self-taught in guitar and piano, her impressive ear for melody has allowed her to bring her unique twist to the world of Pop and R&B. Mona Mee has been performing on stages and recording in studios since the age of 12, entertaining audiences with her polished sound and compelling charisma. Her creativity is admired by industry insiders, often working closely with respected grammy award winning producers on music composition, lyrics, and vision. She is also often sought after by artists from across the board for collaboration projects. Today, Mona Mee is primed to release her upcoming debut single, "You're No Good For Me.

Jack Fanselau
Jack Fanselau is a 21-year-old pop soul singer from Sacramento. Fresh off live performances in Los Angeles at The Hotel Cafe and as the featured artist at an LA Sparks game, Jack is making his first appearance in NYC at Rockwood Music Hall. His debut single, “Do You Miss Me,” recorded with legendary GRAMMY-winning producer and engineer “Boo” Mitchell at famed Royal Studios in Memphis, is streaming everywhere. And this artist on the rise is looking forward to additional releases later this year.