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05 May 2015 ~ 0 Comments

Patti LuPone: Our Favorite Moments

Get ready to be transported to “Far Away Places,” on Saturday May 9th. That legend of the Broadway stage, the one and only, Patti LuPone is bringing back her acclaimed concert to the Schimmel Stage for one night only! Conceived and directed by Scott Wittman (lyricsit of the Tony winning hit Hairspray) and with musical arrangements […]

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15 April 2015 ~ 0 Comments

Gracias a la Vida

Violetta Parra is the legendary songwriter, folklorist and recording artist who is credited with starting Latin America’s “New Song” (Nueva Canción) movement, which renewed interest in Chilean folklore. Her most famous song was, “Gracias a la Vida,” which translates to, “thanks to life.” This Friday, April 17, the Schimmel will play host to an all-star tribute to the […]

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31 March 2015 ~ 0 Comments

Rock & Roll Africa: Meet Tal National

Fresh off of the success of our presentation of The Nile Project with our friends from Live Sounds, our team offers another fresh talent from the continent of Africa, Tal National. Hugely popular in western Africa, this indy group feature powerful vocals combined with guitar and percussion driven grooves. The group represents the nation of Niger which is the […]

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16 March 2015 ~ 0 Comments

Weekend full of Global Offerings

Pace University may be on Spring Break but Schimmel Center is offering a full weekend of talent from around the world. Come experience music from around the Nile river, gravity-defying acrobatic acts from China and a music ensemble blending the classic musical elements of Indian ragas and Persian dastgah.   This Friday, March 20th, The […]

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04 March 2015 ~ 0 Comments

There’s No Music Like His Music

He’s back! On Friday, March 6th, Fred Barton will be back, yet again, with his 14 piece orchestra and cast of Broadway singers and dancers to present the cannon of another show stopping composer. On this occasion Fred will welcome Tony winning star, Karen Ziemba (2000, Contact) to the stage along with Broadway favorites, Brent […]

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