Best of the Eagles is the most exact interpretation of the Eagles in America, performed by musicians with auspicious pedigrees and a passionate love of the Eagles music. Each member mirrors his counterpart in the Eagles instrumentally and vocally. They expertly and authentically re-create the songs, the music, the vocals and the magical aura of one of America’s greatest rock bands.
Admission: Orchestra $40 • Loge $35
Best of the Eagles
Ray Vega is a crossover artist, immersed in jazz and salsa. His distinctive trumpet brought him to perform and record with legends like Tito Puente, Paquito D’Rivera, Arturo Sandoval, Larry Harlow, and many more. For this program, Vega will combine his unique sound and deep experiences with the WP Latin Jazz Ensemble, led by veteran faculty member Chico Mendoza.
Admission: General Public $15 • WP faculty, staff, alumni, and senior citizens $12 • Non-William Paterson students $8 WP students are admitted free. • All tickets are an additional $3 on show day.
Each Jazz Room concert is preceded by a “Sittin’ In” meet-the-artist session one hour prior to performance in Shea Recital Hall. Free to all ticket holders. Audience members have a chance to meet and interact with that day’s artist in a question-answer format.
Carl Orff's Carmina Buranafeaturing the WP Choir and Percussion Ensemble with the Rosa L. Parks School of Fine & Performing Arts Vocal & Dance Ensemble
Conducted by Lauren Fowler-CalistoChoreographed by Erin Pride
This unique presentation of Carmina Burana features a dance component that is rarely ever choreographed for this symphonic and vocal masterpiece. The concert features WP music faculty as guest artists: Carl Patrick Bolleia and Bernie Visto, piano; Christopher Dylan Herbert, baritone; David Guzman, tenor; and Chloe Holgate, soprano.
Admission: $5 • Students admitted free.
Lauren Fowler-CalistoErin Pride
Join us on Sunday, May 5, 2019 from 1:00 to 3:30 p.m. for Sunday Tea at Hobart Manor- Silk City Artists and Musicians
Admission: $45 per person
This event is sponsored by the Hobart Manor Revitalization Committee and presented by Vincent N.Parrillo, Professor and Graduate Director of WP Sociology Department and Director of Paterson Metropolitan Region Research Center.
Vincent Parrillo will be showing film highlights from his PBS documentary, Parrillo will discuss his portrayal of Paterson's thriving arts community, including interviews with Bucky Pizzarelli, legendary guitarist; Frederico Castelluccio, an artist and actor best known for his role as Furio on The Sopranos;and other artists and musicians discussing the influence of Paterson on their work.
For more information and to register for this -> https://wpconnect.wpunj.edu/alumni/forms/default.cfm?q=1103
Since 1958, The Lettermen have been entertaining audiences with their exquisite harmonies and soulful ballads. Go back in time with hits likeWhen I Fall in Love, Put Your Head On My Shoulder, Goin’ Out of My Head/Can’t Take My Eyes Off You, Hurt So Badand so many more. For one night only, this special concert delivers songs by two of the most romantic singing group of the sixties. Fall in love with the music all over again.
Admission: Orchestra $55 • Loge $45
The Lettermen Let's Hang On!
Master Dhrupad musicians the Gundecha Brothers bring their soul-expanding music to New Jersey. The Gundecha Brothers are recognized world wide as some if India's greatest classical musicians. Don't miss this rare chance to hear their majestic and meditative music.
Admission: $25.00. Advance ticket purchase is highly recommended.
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