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Jazz Forum Series: Saxophonist Alex Foster
Jazz Saxophonist Alex Foster performs in the 17th installment of the York College Jazz Forum Series.
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Jazz Workshop
The York College Jazz Workshop is the student jazz ensemble at York College/CUNY in Jamaica, Queens. The ensemble is a two-credit class and performs periodically throughout the semester
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Jazzy Brass - The Christmas Party
Special Presentation Series
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Tuskegee Airman Project
a York College original production, Conceived by Professor Tom Marion, Directed by Adjunct Lecturer Carl Cofield, Choreographed by York College senior Stephen Pink
Tuskegee Airman Project
a York College original production, Conceived by Professor Tom Marion, Directed by Adjunct Lecturer Carl Cofield, Choreographed by York College senior Stephen Pink
Tuskegee Airman Project
Friday Oct 25, 2013 - Tuesday Oct 29, 2013: a York College original production, Conceived by Professor Tom Marion, Directed by Adjunct Lecturer Carl Cofield, Choreographed by York College senior Stephen Pink
HOMECOMING
Friday Nov 1, 2013 - Sunday Nov 3, 2013: HOMECOMING is a contemporary adaptation of the Prodigal Son. This Dramatic Musical takes you on journey into the life of a young man who wanted to see the world through his eyes and at his pace.
HOMECOMING
HOMECOMING is a contemporary adaptation of the Prodigal Son. This Dramatic Musical takes you on journey into the life of a young man who wanted to see the world through his eyes and at his pace.
HOMECOMING
HOMECOMING is a contemporary adaptation of the Prodigal Son. This Dramatic Musical takes you on journey into the life of a young man who wanted to see the world through his eyes and at his pace.
Dream Weaver starring David Mills
What better way to celebrate Harlem Renaissance writer Langston Hughes-affectionately known as Shakespeare in Harlem-than with a one person dramatic rendition of Langston Hughes' poems and short stories.