Sunday October 28, 2012 – 7:30pm
Ticket Price: $55 • $40 • $30
Many of the world’s most influential bluegrass banjo players – all with ties to New York State – will unite to perform in a concert that will find the banjo being performed in both conventional and unexpected ways. In performances ranging from solos and duets to full-tilt banjo blowouts with all the players and an acoustic band, the Schimmel stage will range from the traditional backdrop of bluegrass and old-time country music to the more unconventional banjo genres including jazz, classical and rock music. Banjo mastermind, Béla Fleck will be joined by Tony Trischka, Bill Keith, Richie Stearns, Eric Weissberg, Pete Wernick and Noam Pikelny.
Tickets to all events are available for purchase now:
Online at schimmel.pace.edu
By phone via The Ovation Tix Call Center at (866) 811-4111
In person in advance at The Michael Schimmel Center Box Office, open Mon-Fri from 1pm-6pm beginning August 27th.
Day of Show at The Michael Schimmel Center starting two hours before curtain.
Public Transportation within a five minute walk of the venue includes:
# 4, 5 & 6 Subway to Brooklyn Bridge City Hall
# 2 & 3 Subway to Fulton Street
A & C Subway to Fulton Street
J & Z Subway to Fulton Street
N & R Subway to City Hall
PATH Train to World Trade Center
M1 Bus to Broadway-Nassau Street / Fulton Street
M6 Bus to Broadway-Nassau Street / Fulton Street
M9 Bus to Brooklyn Bridge/ City Hall
M15 Bus to Brooklyn Bridge / City Hall
M22 Bus to Broadway-Nassau Street / Fulton Street
M103 Bus to Broadway-Nassau Street / Fulton Street
B51 Bus to City Hall/Broadway
Located one block east of City Hall and immediately adjacent to the Brooklyn Bridge, The Schimmel Center’s 670-seat theatre regularly hosts academic and community events in addition to its yearly schedule of the world’s finest music, theatre and dance. Over the past twelve years, The Schimmel Center has served as a founding venue for The River-to-River Festival (2002), hosted both The Tribeca Film Festival and The Tribeca Theatre Festival (2001), provided a headquarters for The National Actors Theatre (2002 to 2004), presented the only Democratic Presidential Debate to present all ten candidates for the 2004 election, and actively hosts James Lipton’s award-winning Bravo series Inside the Actors Studio, taped on the Schimmel Theatre’s stage since 2005.
For more than 100 years, Pace University has helped prepare students to become leaders in their fields by providing an education that combines exceptional academics with professional experience. Pace has three campuses in New York City, Westchester and White Plains. A private metropolitan university, Pace enrolls approximately 13,500 students in bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral programs in the Dyson College of Arts and Sciences, via its rapidly growing Performing Arts Department, Lienhard School of Nursing, Lubin School of Business, School of Education, Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems and School of Law.