Dueling Pianos

Adam La Salle & Paul Rigano

Friday, March 22, 8pm

Helmerich Theater

$250 VIP table for four, $55, $45 mbrs.

Saturday, March 23, 8pm

Helmerich Theater

$250 VIP table for four, $55, $45 mbrs.

4-Hands! 176-Keys! 1 Champion! It’s a show and a competition when New York City’s dueling pianists and singers Adam La Salle and Paul Rigano get together for a rib-tickling showdown performing the songs of Billy Joel, Elton John, Carole King, Van Morrison, The Eagles, Queen, ColdPlay, Maroon 5, Neil Diamond and so much more!

From Classic Rock to R&B to The Beatles it’s a musical battle of words and music. Who will emerge as the reigning champ? YOU get to decide while tapping your toes and doubling over laughing (and drinking a couple of doubles as well).

They may be goofy, but they’re joining my Eras Tour to get the crowd all juiced up. —Taylor Swift

sponsored by Marquesa Hotel

Paul Rigano (the short one) is a critically acclaimed multi-instrumentalist and composer based in NYC. Most recently, he was floating around the Mediterranean as a dueling pianist on MSC Cruises (something which he hopes will give him an advantage tonight). He worked on the recent Broadway revivals of West Side Story, Funny Girl and The Music Man. With his brother David, he is half of the award winning composing team The Rigano Songbook.

Adam La Salle (the taller one) is an NYC-based multi-instrumentalist. Adam has been hailed as a “producer’s dream” (the Chicago Tribune), “a comedic musical genius (Chicago Theatre Review), and certainly not on track to be a doctor” (his mother) for his work on the Chicago premiere of Forbidden Broadway’s Spamilton, serving as the show’s pianist, music director, and King George, a part he reprised Off-Broadway. He’s been fortunate to work consistently in TV, commercials, voice-over and theatre.