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Purchase College and The Performing Arts Center have been closely monitoring the guidelines provided by the CDC and New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH) and have determined that, out of an abundance of caution and respect to the campus community, our patrons, and our artists, all public events planned on campus for the remainder of the spring semester, including all events and performances at The PAC, are cancelled.
All ticketholders will be notified via phone call and email before the end of week regarding options relating to ticket refunds. If you have questions or concerns you can reach The PAC Box Office at 914-251-6200. The box office will remain open through the weekend to assist patrons.
Thank you for supporting The Performing Arts Center and Purchase College. We are committed to protecting the health of our community and we thank you for your understanding.
Jayce Ogren, conducting
Ran Dank, piano
“Ogren possesses brilliant mastery of orchestral color.” – Spokesman Review
Conductor Jayce Ogren, who began his career on a high rung as the Cleveland Orchestra’s assistant conductor, is joined by Israeli pianist Ran Dank for Beethoven’s most intimate Piano Concerto No. 4. And to honor the 50th anniversary of Earth Day on April 22nd, we’ve chosen two works composed as love letters to our planet.
Mendelssohn Hebrides Overture
Copland Appalachian Spring (complete ballet)
Beethoven Piano Concerto No. 4
Join us for an Artist Talk before the concert, at 2pm. Free with your ticket.
Westchester Philharmonic 2019-2020 Series at The PAC
Sundays at 3pm
For subscriptions, click here to contact the Westchester Philharmonic or call (914) 682-3707.
October 27: Breaking New Ground
December 8: A Vision of Sound
February 9: A Sound Vision
April 19: Eternal Spring: Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day