Anthony Roth Costanzo
The New Yorker

The storied Players Club is the setting for an unusual concert by this winning young actor and countertenor, who became a bona-fide star in last year’s Met production of “The Enchanted Island.” Accompanied by the harpsichordist Bradley Brookshire and collaborating with the choreographer Troy Schumacher and the dancer Jared Angle, he sings music by Handel, Purcell (including “Music for a While”), and Vivaldi; Brookshire also goes solo, playing pieces by Bach (the Chromatic Fantasy and Fugue) and Scarlatti. (16 Gramercy Park S. 888-718-4253. Sept. 28 at 7.)