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THE WESTCHESTER TO HOST SERIES OF SUMMER CONCERTS

The Westchester will celebrate the remaining weeks of the summer by hosting a series of concerts, Summertime Music Magic. Presented by the Music Conservatory of Westchester, the events will feature the conservatory’s faculty and friends and present a variety of musical genres including jazz, soul and R&B. Live performances will kick off tonight and continue every Thursday evening through September 12 from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. in Center Court on Retail Level 1.

“We are overwhelmingly excited to host this concert series, as music is something that is universally enjoyed,” said Paula Kelliher, area director of mall marketing for The Westchester. “We believe that Summertime Music Magic will appeal to a wide audience, while celebrating musical talent and genres across the board.”

·         August 1: Intimate Jazz – Featuring Rale Micic and the Modern Life Trio

·         August 8: The Romantic Violin – Featuring Sarah Wetherbee, violin and Hiroshi Yamazaki piano

·         August 15: R&B and Soul Classics – Featuring Jake Robinson and Big Salad

·         August 22: Uptown Jazz Trio – Featuring Jake Robinson and Friends

·         August 29: Nightfall – Featuring Jeanai LaVita, soprano and Giacomo LaVita, guitar

·         September 5: Bella Musica – Featuring Stefani Starin, flute and Alyssa Reit, harp

·         September 12: American Songbook with a Twist – Featuring The Alma Micic Jazz Trio

“We have some incredible musicians lined up for Summer Music Magic,” said Liz Garger, Chief Institutional Advancement Officer from the Music Conservatory of Westchester. “We have put a lot of time and effort into creating a program that pairs talent and passion with a variety of musical genres for an enjoyable music experience.”

For more information about the Music Conservatory of Westchester please visit www.musicconservatoryblog.org or for event details contact Simon Guest Services at The Westchester, (914) 683-8892.

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