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David Foster and Katharine McPhee announce Staller Center show Dec. 1

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It’s their only New York performance for 2022.

On Dec. 1, one day after they help light the Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree, 16-time Grammy award-winning musician, composer, and producer David Foster and singer/songwriter and Broadway star Katharine McPhee will take the stage at Staller Center for the Arts in Stony Brook.

There, on the university campus, the couple will bring its viral Instagram sensation “The Kat & Dave Show,” direct from their living room for a live performance thats starts at 7 p.m.


Tickets for “The Kat & Dave Show,” starting at $62, go on sale online beginning Wednesday,
June 1, at noon. For a limited time, ticket buyers can receive 10% off by using code
KAT10DAVE. To purchase tickets or for more information, please visit www.stallercenter.com.


In her first appearance at Staller Center since 2010, McPhee will perform some of her biggest songs from American Idol, Smash, and Broadway’s Waitress.

“The Kat & Dave Show” will also showcase Foster’s hit songs created for countless music legends including Whitney Houston, Michael Jackson, Celine Dion, Josh Groban, Stevie Wonder, Earth, Wind & Fire, Dolly Parton, Chicago, Hall & Oates, Gloria Estefan, and many others.

“We are thrilled to welcome back Katharine McPhee and for the first time, David Foster,” said
Alan Inkles, Director of Staller Center for the Arts. “‘The Kat & Dave Show,’ their ‘quaranstream’ Instagram Live concerts, delighted legions of fans during the early days of the pandemic.

“The combination of these two powerhouse entertainers is sure to be a treat for our audiences.”

Katharine McPhee can most recently be seen starring in the Netflix Series Country Comfort. Previously she starred as Paige Dineen on the CBS spy drama Scorpion and in NBC’s award-winning music series Smash, executive produced by Steven Speilberg.

Her other television credits include CSI: NY, Community and Family Guy. McPhee appeared on the big screen in Relativity’s Shark Night 3D and Columbia’s romantic comedy, The House Bunny.