Parish House PAC

Todays Date: 12/10/19
Last Update: 03/04/12 10:09:22 PM

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Address: 311 Huguenot Street
New Rochelle, nb    p;NY 

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Pam Sklar Concert & CD Release Party  | Open: 03/24/12 Close: 03/24/12
Pamela Sklar is performing music from her latest CD for PAC House Theater's 'Women in Music' concert series.

Pam performs frequently in the New York area on Flute, Piccolo, Alto Flute and Bass Flute. She enjoys working closely with composers & jazz artists and appears annually with Dave Brubeck. With Alan Hovhaness she was a featured performer in a program of the composer's works at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in NY. She has played for Herbie Hancock with the JVC Jazz Festival Orchestra and performs at major halls & venues with various groups.

Free parking in back lot of theater. Tickets are priced 33% higher at door. Food & beverages available.


Classical"

Andrew Swift Three Concert  | Open: 03/10/12 Close: 03/10/12
Andrew completed undergraduate and graduate studies in music performance at the Australian National University. In 1998, he moved from his native Australia to New York. Since that time, he has been fortunate enough to share the stage with many people he admires such as Wycliffe Gordon, George Cables, Bob Stewart, Peter Bernstein, Vanessa Rubin, Sharel Cassity, and Michael Dease amongst many others. He is currently the drummer in the Sharel Cassity Quintet and saxophonist Matt Garrison’s Projection. His drumming can be heard on nationally (USA) syndicated television commercials for Select Sector SPDRs.


Jazz"

Black Is The New Black Theater Festival  | Open: 02/18/12 Close: 02/18/12
NYU's African Amercian playwrights take to the PAC House Theater stage, showcasing their five original short plays in a festival format. The five plays are "Family Reunion" by Allison Davis, "After the Storm" by Eve Crusto, "Jerk Chicken and Apple Pie" by Mosi Singleton, "Some Old Black Man" by James Tyler, and "Black History Day: A Space Odyssey" by Senibo Myers.

Length: 2 hrs 00 mins
Intermission: Yes