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Treemonisha
Joplin’s masterpiece is an optimistic snapshot of an African-·American community’s emergence from slavery. Led by the young woman Treemonisha, the townspeople reject the local conjurers’ superstitions, in favor of hard work and learning. The musical style speaks directly to modern audiences - from heartfelt arias to rousing ragtime choruses, and Joplin’s score snaps to rhythmic life in Rick Benjamin’s new, historically-informed orchestration.
Tres Vidas
A Musical Drama
Tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King and Toussaint Louverture
The Tribute will feature performances by Erna LeTemps and the Voices of Haiti; York College Gospel Choir; Dickson Guillaume and the Haitian Mass Choir; Camille Yarbrough and the Ancestor House Band; Gaspard Louis; Sheps Hetep African Drummers and Dancers; Louis Reyes Rivera and a special presentation by the actor and humanitarian Danny Glover.
Unwritten
“Unwritten”, a spirited piece of work, is a comedic spin on the empowered seminars so prevalent today.
Vincent Herring
Vincent Herring is considered one of the premier saxophonists of his generation.
Vissi Dance Theater NYC Presents: THE HOARDE
Come, see, hear and feel, with Vissi as they present The Hoarde, a visceral story about love, betrayal, death, vengeance, and redemption. This is a marriage of dance and theater at its finest. Choreographer Courtney Ffrench returns to York College with his company of highly-skilled dancers for a performance featuring his signature style that blends Modern, West African, Caribbean, Jazz and Ballet.
Winter Gala 2007
A presentation from the department of Performing & Fine Arts
HeartBeat
After the original and wildly hilarious SlapDash, followed by Shakespeare’s brutally tragic Macbeth, York College Theatre continues its 2011-12 Season this winter with HeartBeat, a special original performance created entirely by the poems and music of 11 York students: Emmanuela Accimeus, Ludma Delva, Ariel Flores, Uchenna Ijeaku, Kyle Jackson, Darius Nazario, Ayush Prasad, Beonca Rosado, Ian Stephens, Phil Williams and Rick Furel.
2012 Closing The Achievement Gap Series
Supporting Young Men Of Color In Their Pursuit For A College Education: Fulfilling President Obama’s 2020 Goal for College Achievement.
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The Business of Music - Special Guest Lecturer, Robert Celestin
The York College Dept. of Performing and Fine Arts, in association with NAFME presents, "The Business of Music" with special guest lecturer, Robert Celestin.