*8 PM Dinner show
Choice of Entrée
Served with Red Bliss potatoes and broccoli
Crab Cakes Lightly
Cajun spiced served with Red Bliss potatoes and broccoli
Chicken, ham, and andouille sausage stewed in a rich Creole sauce served over rice with broccoli
Shrimp & Artichoke Hearts
Sautéed in a white wine-garlic-parsley butter, served over rice
Vegetarian Creole Rice
Sautéed Cajun- Spiced Tofu, Onions, Celery, Carrots, Red Peppers, Asparagus with Creole Seasoning Served Over Rice
Included in package: House Salad, Bread Pudding, & All Non Alcoholic Beverages (Except Bottled Water)
*8 PM show is dinner/show packages only, details below.
The Baby Blue Sound Collective is an ensemble featuring pediatric cardiologists, heart surgeons, and other medical professionals from Children's Hospitals around the world. Members are traveling from around the world for this show at Blues Alley to benefit the Child Life Department at Children’s National Hospital.
In their day jobs, most of the group takes care of children with heart disease; but many are also researchers, educators and lecturers. Dr. Tom Karl (Congenital Cardiac Surgeon, NGO Gift of Life International), Dr. Jeff Boris (outpatient pediatric cardiologist) and Dr. Gil Wernovsky (Cardiac Critical Care, Children’s National Hospital) lead the group; past and present members (over 50!) hail from Children’s Hospitals in 12 different states in the USA, as well as Australia, Canada, Costa Rica, Argentina, Great Britain, Japan, France and Norway.
The group mostly meets at medical meetings, practices when they can, and performs for their colleagues, patients and families. The music and genres are as diverse as the members, including classical, jazz, pop, musical theater, blues and rock. Much of the material is original.
The members of The Collective have found each other through a mutual interest in providing world-class care for children and their families, as well as a love of music and the performing arts. One of the missions of the BBSC is to support the children and their families in a “holistic” fashion. In addition to performing open-heart surgery and other high-tech and intense treatments in their ‘day jobs’; they support grass roots organizations that provide aid and support to children and families going through the toughest times of their lives. Their work together also improves personal resiliency, serenity and spirituality to balance the intensity of their work