A Bouquet of Musical Presentations at Guild Hall

Three concert events
Zoe Sarnak Jenica Heintzelman

“Baby, Dream Your Dream” will bring the music of six legendary women writers of the Great American Songbook to Guild Hall on Sunday at 7 p.m. The 75-minute revue has been created and will be hosted by Deborah Grace Winer, a dramatist, writer, producer, and leading expert on American music and musical theater.

Accompanied by a jazz trio, the singers Karen Ziemba, Margo Seibert, and Natalie Douglas will perform standards by Marilyn Bergman, Dorothy Fields, Mary Rodgers, Jeanine Tesori, Betty Comden, and Carolyn Leigh. Tickets are $40 to $75, $38 to $70 for members.

Zoe Sarnak, an award-winning singer-songwriter of musical theater, rock, pop, soul, and folk music, will perform with an ensemble of collaborators from the theater and music worlds next Thursday at 8 p.m.

Ms. Sarnak’s combination of music and theatrical storytelling has been performed at the Public Theater, Playwrights Horizons, 54 Below, and the Highline Ballroom, among other venues. Tickets are $22 to $55, $20 to $53 for members.

“Lessons of Humanity: What My Grandfather Taught Me,” a performance by Samite, a renowned musician, humanitarian, and photographer born and raised in Uganda, will take place Friday, July 13, at 8:30 p.m.

A master of both traditional African and western musical instruments, Samite left Uganda as a political refugee in 1982 and emigrated to the United States in 1987. His multicultural songs reflect on childhood, motherhood, marriage, African village life, politics, and peace. Tickets are $22 to $55, $20 to $53 for members. M.S.