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Westchester Philharmonic: Eternal Spring

April 19, 3:00 pm

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CANCELLED. Purchase College and The PAC are closely monitoring the guidelines provided by the CDC and New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH) in regards to COVID-19, and have determined that, out of an abundance of caution and respect to our patrons, artists, and the campus community, this event is cancelled. Ticket holders will be notified about refund options.
Westchester Philharmonic: A Vision of Sound

December 8, 3:00 pm

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Rachael Worby’s debut performances last season imbued us with a fearlessness of the unexpected. With Worby on the podium, A Vision of Sound explores jazz and Latin jazz influences on American classical music, highlighted by HyeJin Kim and Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue, a not-to-be missed collaboration with members of Eduardo Vilaro’s Ballet Hispanico, and a world premiere by Jed Feuer.

Westchester Philharmonic: Friends & Family Concert

February 10, 3:00 pm

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The incomparable Savion Glover, who first gained notice as the Tap Dance Kid, created and starred in the Broadway smash Bring in Da' Noise, Bring in Da' Funk, and is the human dancing force behind the animated motion picture Happy Feet, will bring his unique and acclaimed artistry to our stage for an unforgettable afternoon of music and tap dance. With Rachael Worby and the Phil, prepare to be drawn into an unexpected world you won't want to leave. On the program, works of Copland, Gould, Vivaldi and more. Kids attend free with a paid adult.
Westchester Philharmonic: Winter Pops!

December 16, 3:00 pm

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We've waited a long time to bring the exuberant maestra and Rockland native Rachael Worby to our stage. She has been Music Director of the Pasadena Pops, Wheeling Symphony, Carnegie Hall's Young People's Concerts, and leads her own LA-based ensemble, Muse/ique.
Joining her and the Phil will be Time for Three (violinists Nicolas Kendall and Charles Yang, bassist Ranaan Meyer), who happily and infectiously defy genre classification, performing music from Bach to Brahms to bluegrass to the Beatles. Light classics, American Songbook gems, and holiday favorites round out this fun and festive afternoon program.
Westchester Philharmonic All-Orchestral Season Opener

October 21, 3:00 pm

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The Westchester Philharmonic opens its series at The PAC with the pure, sublime beauty of Ravel’s Pavane, originally composed for piano and dedicated to Princesse de Polignac. “Drumroll,” one of Haydn’s final three symphonies, shows the composer at the very peak of his already formidable powers; a mysterious timpani roll gives it its name. The triumph of Brahms’ First Symphony is belied by the 22 years (by some counts) that he took to compose it, so enthralled was he in the shadow of Beethoven…a shadow he quickly erased with this towering work.

Westchester Philharmonic 2018

This season we proudly kick off a long-awaited collaboration with the Westchester Philharmonic, with superbly designed programs led by Principal Conductors Jaime Laredo and Ted Sperling. Westchester Philharmonic Friends & Family Concert Ted Sperling, conducting Kelly Hall-Tompkins, violin February 11, […]

Westchester Philharmonic: Eternal Spring

April 8, 3:00 pm

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Hailed by The New Yorker as “…the most remarkable virtuoso in the relatively un-chronicled history of his instrument,” double bassist Edgar Meyer’s mantelful of Grammys (and a MacArthur “Genius” for good measure) barely define this remarkable composer and performer, whose instinct for collaboration draws the likes of Yo-Yo Ma, Joshua Bell, Béla Fleck, Emanuel Ax, and now, the Westchester Philharmonic.
The Westchester Philharmonic: Winter Pops!

December 17, 3:00 pm

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An annual Phil tradition, this year's Winter Pops! concert will feature Broadway, American songbook, holiday, and classical favorites, with vocalist and Broadway star Laura Michelle Kelly, plus a special appearance by our February soloist, violinist Kelly Hall-Tompkins, performing her acclaimed solos from Fiddler on the Roof.

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