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York College Big Band
A Tribute to Count Basie
York College Big Band
Atribute to Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers
York College Big Band Spring Concert
York College Big Band Spring Concert
Live music by York College students!
York College Blue Notes
Performing the music of Louis Armstrong, Charles Mingus, and more!
York College Blue Notes Spring Concert
CANCELLED: Geri Allen – Piano
The Geri Allen Friday, February 26 concert at the York College Performing Arts Center s CANCELLED. Please call the PAC for more info.
Gilles Vonsattel, Pianist
Swiss-born pianist Gilles Vonsattel, a recipient of a 2008 Avery Fisher career grant and winner of the Walter W. Naumburg Foundation's 2002 International Piano Competition, made his Lincoln Center debut that year at Alice Tully Hall, and has appeared as a soloist with the Utah Symphony, Naples Philharmonic, the Grand Rapids Symphony, the National Symphony of Ireland, and the Boston Pops. Deeply committed to the chamber music repertoire, he is a member of the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center's prestigious Chamber Music Society two residency for young artists, and has collaborated with artists such as Kim Kashkashian, Cho-Liang Lin, Paul Neubauer, David Shifrin, Gary Hoffman, and Yo-YoMa.
La Luz De Un Cigarrillo by Marco Antonio Rodriguez
Mother's love knows no boundaries... After a five-year self-imposed absence, Julio César, a young man with a buried secret, returns home after the death of his father. Over the course of two evenings, mother and son, two estranged generations of Dominicans living in a now gentrified upper west side, attempt to rekindle the love and appreciation for each other and their roots; but Julio César soon realizes he isn’t the only one with a secret. Unexpected revelations threaten to destroy an already thin bond between mother and child.
Intimate Apparel: A Play by Lynn Nottage
York College Theatre continues the 2015-16 Season with a production of Intimate Apparel by the Pulitzer Prize-winning Brooklyn playwright Lynn Nottage.