April 28, 8:00 pmView All Events
For ticketing information, please contact our box office Wednesday – Friday, 12 – 6pm at 914-251-6200.
Get ready to swing as we close out the Jazz at The Center series with a night of big band jazz favorites.
The Purchase Jazz Orchestra (PJO)
conducted by Jon Faddis
The Purchase Latin Jazz Orchestra (PLJO)
conducted by David DeJesus
The Renaissance Dance Ensemble
directed by Ron Renaissance
Vocal Jazz Performance / Jazz Studies, Purchase College, SUNY, MusB ’02
Vocal Jazz Performance / Jazz Studies, Purchase College, MM ‘17
plus special surprise guests!
This promises to be an unforgettable evening celebrating not only The PAC’s 40th anniversary, but also the 25th anniversary of Jazz Studies at the Conservatory of Music at Purchase College.
Specially-commissioned charts from the Jon Faddis Jazz Orchestra of New York’s library will be given their inaugural PAC performance by the PJO; listen for some classic Glenn Miller and Count Basie charts as well.
Pre-Concert Artist Talk: Join Jon Faddis and PAC Director Seth Soloway for an informal conversation with the artists. 7pm sharp, free with your ticket.
Please note the following information about this weekend and plan accordingly:
This weekend (April 27-April 28) is the annual Purchase College Culture Shock carnival and music festival. There will heavier than usual traffic on campus as well as added security, including a checkpoint at the main campus entrance beginning at 8pm on Saturday. We recommend that you allow ample time for travel and parking.
Additionally, The Café at The Center will not be operating this weekend.
We apologize for any inconvenience and hope you will enjoy the show!
It’s like nothing you’ll see or hear anywhere else. Jazz at The Center events are co-curated by Jon Faddis, Professor and Director of Jazz Performance in the Conservatory of Music at Purchase College, SUNY, and one of the most innovative and inspiring jazz trumpeters of our time. They are one-of-a-kind happenings, festival-style programs that bring together the genre’s greats and rising stars.