The LOFT Pride Chorus Spring Concert

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Come support the LOFT Pride Chorus at the Spring Concert! It is being held on Saturday, April 21, 2018 from 7:00PM - 9:00PM. Bands such as Sruli & Lisa’s Family Klezmer Band, Mariachi Sol Mixteco, Smt. Kiruba and Shaaranya Pillai, & The Loft Pride Chorus will be performing. Located at 31 Mamaroneck Ave, White Plains, NY 10601

 

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$10 - General Admission

Presenter: ArtsWestchester
Presenter Phone: 914.428.4220
Presenter Website: artswestchester.org

 

 

The LOFT’s Pride Chorus—The LOFT’s LGBTQ Pride Chorus strives to reflect the diversity within LGBTQ communities. They blend voices representing all different sexual orientations, gender identities, ages, races, abilities and music/choral histories. Just like people, families come in all colors, shapes and sizes. There are some families who are not connected by biology but the bond between them is just as strong.  The LOFT’s Pride Chorus is one of these families of choice who come together to sing and bring joy into their lives and their audiences…..one song at a time!

 

 

Sruli & Lisa’s Family Klezmer Band – Multi-instrumentalists and vocalists Sruli and Lisa play the clarinet, violin, accordion, bass recorder, cello and drum, and perform and teach Klezmer and Hasidic music and dance all over the country.

 

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Mariachi Sol Mixteco — With its beginnings as a rural folk music from Western Mexico, Mariachi today is a transnational phenomenon that can be heard throughout Mexico and the Mexican diaspora. As a family ensemble based in Westchester, Mariachi Sol Mixteco strives to represent their Mexican roots and culture through performances in and around the county. The group is led by husband and wife Mariela and Jose Navarro who are joined by their two children.

 

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Smt. Kiruba and Shaaranya Pillai— Shaaranya Pillai has been learning Carnatic South Indian classical voice since she was five years old. Born and raised in the U.S., she began her journey in Carnatic music with her mother, Smt. Kiruba Pillai, and continued learning from her current guru, Smt. Kiranavali Vidyasankar (based in Philadelphia) since 2006.

 

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WHEN
April 21, 2018 at 7pm - 9pm
WHERE
Arts Westchester
31 Mamaroneck Ave
White Plains, NY 10605
United States
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