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July 19
Spring/Sum
Tito and His
Orchestra
September 27
Robert Klein
July 5
Julie Budd
July 25
Tre Bella
July 11
Jordan
Bennett
Vanilla
Fudge
August 9
September 6
Remembering
Arthur Prysock
September 28
Abba Girlz
Tribute to ABBA
July 26
Great Live Performances,
Great Prices, Great Parking!
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• Up to two months prior to performance date, $5.00 off center or side section price.
• First six center rows are subject to priority pricing on certain shows.
• Rows N-Q side seating. Call Box Office.
Group Rates/Group Leader Appreciation
• Group leaders receive two free tickets when you book
ten or more for your friends, family or group.
• 4 or more tickets are 10% off
• 10 or more tickets are 15% off
• 20 or more tickets are 20% off
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VIP Night Club Tables for Select Shows
• You and your special guests can enjoy an up-close evening with our top
entertainers at Night Club Table seating. Call the box office for more information.
Gift Certificates
• Gift Certificate are available
vailable at the Box Office.
We can mail them to you or the recipient.
Recipients can simply call the Box Office at
631-656-2148 to make reservations.
Raise Funds for Your Organization
The Dix Hills Performing Arts Center is a
community minded organization.
Our main stage has seating for nearly 500 audience members. If you belong to a
non-profit organization or charity that seeks to raise funds, we can offer you
show tickets at a special rate where you can generate funds from their sale at the
regular ticket price. It is also a great night out for the group, and funds raised are
DHPAC’s way of supporting important community events and organizations.
For more information contact Sandy Hinden at 631-656-3126.
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DHPAC Great Performances
Buy 3 from any Category, Get the 4th Show Free!
Early Bird Discount Shows
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Great Music
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Great Vocals
Rock
Wednesday, May 7
P.4
Spring Concert I with the FTC Concert Pops and Chorus
7:30 PM
$10
*
Wednesday, May 14
Spring Concert II – FTC String Orchestra, Choir
and Vocal Jazz Ensemble
7:30 PM
Sunday, June 1
P. 6
From Bagels to Bocelli: The Musical Journey of
My Life – Cristina Fontanelli
2:00 PM
$30, $25
P.5
$10
Tuesday, May 6
Mostly Barbershop – A Cappella Show
7:30 PM
P.4
$10
Thursdays, June 12, July 17 & August 7
P.8
Friday, July 11
P.11
Dean Karahalis and the FTC Concert Pops Summer Series Tre Bella ~ The Three Girl Harmonies of Italian &
7:30 PM
FREE Italian-American Pop
7:30 PM
$35, $30, $25
Saturday, June 21
P.9
Doo Wop Harmony Night featuring The Belmonts
Friday, July 25
P.15
& The Accords
Julie Budd “They Wrote The Songs” The Music of Our Lives
7:30 PM
$60, $50, $45, $40 7:30 PM
$60, $50, $45, $40
*
Sunday, July 27
P.17
The Piano Artistry of Judith Alstadter in
A ROMANTIC PIANO SAMPLER
2:00 PM
$15, 10 Seniors & Students
Sunday, September 21
The Amazing Accordion Kings
2:00 PM
P.29
$30, $25
Comedy & Special Shows
Saturday, July 5
P.10
An Evening with Comedian Robert Klein
7:30 PM
$60, $50, $45, $40
Saturday, August 2
The Hilarious Comedy of Uncle Floyd
7:30 PM
P.19
Saturday, January 17
The Wild Women of Comedy
7:30 PM
P.33
Sunday, January 18
The Magic of Thaddeus
2:00 PM
$20
$30, $25
P.34
$10
Saturday, March 14
P.37
Las Vegas Style Entertainment with Songstress
Karen Oberlin and Comedian Eddie Brill
7:30 PM
$35, $30, $25
Jazz
Monday, May 12
FTC Jazz Ensembles
5:00 PM
*
Tuesday, May 13
Evening of Jazz with the FTC Jazz Orchestra
7:30 PM
P.5
FREE
P.5
Saturday, May 3
Cinderella – Children’s Theatre
11:00 AM & 2:00 PM
Sunday, May 4
Cinderella – Children’s Theatre
12:00 NOON & 3:00 PM
Sunday, May 11
Broadway Bound – “Who Am I Anyway?’
2:00 PM
Friday, January 16
The Best of Broadway & More - Benefit Show
7:30 PM
P.4
$10
P.4
$10
P.5
$10
P.33
$10
Saturday, July 19
DISCO FEVER with Disco Unlimited
7:30 PM
P.14
$35, $30, $25
Saturday, July 26
Abba Girlz Tribute to ABBA
7:30 PM
P.16
$35, $30, $25
Saturday, August 9
P.21
BROADWAY’S Jordan Bennett in “THE SHOW”
7:30 PM
$60, $50, $45, $40
Sunday, September 7
P.23
Steven Maglio Sings The Rodgers & Hart Songbook & More
2:00 PM
$30, $25
Friday, August 8
P.20
Tuesday Afternoon Tribute to The Moody Blues
7:30 PM
$35, $30, $25
Friday, September 12
P. 24
The New Dawn is Coming – The Exciting Sound of
Dawnette Dardin
7:30 PM
$35, $30, $25
Saturday, September 13
Two Gents and The Lady
7:30 PM
P. 25
$35, $30, $25
Sunday, September 14
P. 26
The Musical World of Gerard D’Angelo Featuring Hilary Kole
2:00 PM
$30, $25
Saturday, September 27
P.31
Tito Batista Orchestra with The Black Rose Band
7:30 PM
$35, $30, $25
Sunday, September 28
Remembering Arthur Prysock
2:00 PM
Sunday, October 5
An Afternoon of Irish Music with Ed Ryan
2:00 PM
P.31
$30, $25
P.31
$30, $25
Saturday, September 6
Vanilla Fudge
7:30 PM
P.22
$60, $50, $45, $40
Saturday, September 20
P.28
First Ladies & Legends of Disco –
Dance Party & Book Signing
7:30 PM
$60, $50, $45, $40
Sunday, October 26
P.32
Mostly Moptop in The #9 Lennon Birthday Special!
2:00 PM
$35, $30, $25
Friday, November 7
The Fast Lane Eagles Tribute
7:30 PM
P.32
$35, $30, $25
Saturday, November 8
P.32
Neil Diamond Tribute with Diamond One Hot Night
7:30 PM
$35, $30, $25
Sunday, November 9
P.33
Simon & Garfunkel Tribute with the Guthrie Brothers
2:00 PM
$30, $25
Sunday, February 15
P.36
Saturday, January 24
P.34
Steven Maglio sings Frank Sinatra’s Greatest Love Songs
2:00 PM
$30, $25 Badland’s Tribute to Bruce Springsteen
7:30 PM
$35, $30, $25
Sunday, February 22
P.37
Saturday, January 31
P.34
The Musical World of Nina Hennessey
2:00 PM
$30, $25 Copperline Tribute to James Taylor
7:30 PM
$35, $30, $25
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Theater/Musical Revue *
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Friday, September 19
P.27
Tribute to Jazz Piano with NPR’s Jon Weber & Bassist Steve Doyle
7:30 PM
$10
Saturday, July 12
P.12
Women of Rock - Joplin’s Pearl featuring Amber Ferrari
7:30 PM
$35, $30, $25
Friday, August 1
P.18
Jerry Garcia’s Birthday Celebration featuring the
Music of Grateful Dead by Half Step
7:30 PM
$35, $30, $25
Saturday, February 7
Almost Queen Tribute to Queen
7:30 PM
$10
Friday, July 18
P.13
Remembering Maynard Ferguson with the
Give It One Big Band featuring Ryan Resky on Trumpet
2:00 PM
$30, $25
Saturday, June 7
P.7
Tom Cavanaugh as George Harrison with
the Band Something
7:30 PM
$35, $30, $25
Guitar
Thursday, May 8
P.4
Guitar Extravaganza Tribute to the
Great Jazz Clubs & the Musicians Who Jammed There
7:30 PM
$10
Friday, September 26
P.30
Guitar Festival JAZZ BRAZIL with the Tony Romano Quintet
7:30 PM
$10
Thursday, October 23
P.30
Guitar Festival JAZZ BRAZIL with Gene Bertoncini
& Friends
7:30 PM
$10
Friday, October 24
P.30
Guitar Festival CLASSICAL BRAZIL with David Burgess
& Friends
7:30 PM
$10
Saturday, October 25
Guitar Festival CLASSICAL BRAZIL with
Carlos Barbosa-Lima & Friends
7:30 PM
P.30
$10
P.35
$35, $30, $25
Sunday, February 8
Just 60s: The Stories…The Songs!
2:00 PM
P.35
$35, $30, $25
Friday, February 13
Dr. K’s Motown Revue
7:30 PM
P.35
$35, $30, $25
Saturday, February 14
P.36
Mostly Moptop in “A Fab Four Valentine’s Night”
7:30 PM
$35, $30, $25
Friday, February 20
Tribute to Elton John with Empty Sky
7:30 PM
P.36
$35, $30, $25
Saturday, February 21
P.36
The Songs of the Eagles with Desert Highway
7:30 PM
$35, $30, $25
Friday, March 13
P.37
Gathering Time Tribute to “Women of the ’70s”
7:30 PM
$30, $25
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The Mostly BarbershopA Cappella Show
Tuesday, May 6 • 7:30 pm • $10
Directed by
Marc Silverberg
Come and enjoy this
mesmerizing magical
retelling of the classic story
of “Cinderella.” This sidesplitting slapstick story
is a tuneful, fast-paced
piece filled with a sprinkle
of magic and a pinch of
true love. Who says happy
endings don’t exist?!
FTC’s
Men’s
A Cappella
FTC’s
Women’s
A Cappella
Long
Island
Sound
Chorus
Saturday, May 3
11am & 2 pm • $10
Sunday, May 4
12pm & 3pm • $10
Cinderella (Prince Street Players’ Version) Is presented through
special arrangement with Music Theatre International (MTI).
All authorized performance materials are also supplied by MTI.
421 West 54th Street, New York, NY 10019
Phone: 212-541-4684 Fax: 212-397-4684, www.MTIShows.com
THE PRINCE STREET PLAYERS LTD. Production of CINDERELLA
Based on the Fairy Tale by Charles Perrault
Adaptation and Lyrics by JIM EILER
Music by JIM EILER and JEANNE BARGY
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FTC Chorus,
Directed by
Jeffrey Lipton
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7:30 pm • $10
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Guitar Extravaganza
A Tribute to the Great Jazz
Clubs & The Musicians
Who Jammed There
Directed by Peter Rogine
THE GUITAR
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RAM at FTC presents
a concert recreating the excitement,
musicianship and atmosphere of the
greatest jazz clubs from the classic jazz
era. On
n call are surprise guests, jam
session performances and a multimedia
presentation of never before seen
photographs. The only thing missing...
the cigarette smoke, however these
guitar ensembles will be raising the temperature of
musical intensity. Expect
xpect to witness “Symphony Sid,”
Thelonious Monk, Johnny Smith, Django Reinhardt,
Wes Montgomery and a very hot jam session! Stop in
and “dig”’ who steps up to play. Tell all your jazz friends
and purchase your tickets early as previous guitar
extravaganzas have been standing room only. If you own
a beret... wear it! to the Hot
ot Jazz Club at
DHPAC
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Join us after
eception in the
Meet-the-Artists Reception
the show for
Upbeat Café.
refreshmen
Thursday, May, 8
7:30 pm • $10
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learn about guita
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with Briggs
Guitar Shop
FTC Jazz Ensembles
Directed by
Marie Danvers
and Rob Gallagher
Musical Direction
by Arnie Gruber
Directed by Greg Bobulinski
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“Who Am
Sunday
A cabaret revue with theater
May 11
songs ranging from classic
2:00 pm
Broadway standards to new
tunes from recent hit shows.
$10
Join us for an inspiring afternoon
of the best of traditional and
contemporary Broadway.
An enjoyable jazz concert for audiences of all ages.
The best FTC Jazz Ensembles perform the broad Jazz
repertoire from the Blues, American Songbook standards,
Jazz/Dixieland, BeBop, Mainstream Jazz, Fusion and
Modern /Contemporary Jazz, under the musical direction
of renowned Jazz trumpeter
Prof. Greg Bobulinski.
Monday, May 12
5:00 pm • FREE
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Directed by
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FTC String Orchestra, Conducted by Mathew Pierce
FTC Choir, Directed by Jeffrey Lipton
FTC Vocal Jazz Ensemble,
Directed by Stephen Gleason
Wednesday,
May 14
7:30 pm • $10
dhpac.org
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From Bagels to Bocelli:
The Musical Journey of My Life –
Cristina Fontanelli
Join Award-winning Singer and PBS-WLIW
Host CRISTINA FONTANELLI as she traces
her musical career from her beginnings in the
Borscht Belt, at Italian Feasts across the U.S.,
as an “Ambassador of Opera” in exotic places
around the world, to the White House, and
recently to PBS-TV. Her Classic International
songs and Broadway Hits will include “Time to
Say Goodbye,” “Besame Mucho,” “Send in the
Clowns,” Songs of Andrew Lloyd Weber and a
Yiddish tune! Cristina Fontanelli has appeared
across the globe and the U.S. on television –
PBS, CBS, Discovery
Network, etc., with
Symphony Orchestras
(Boston Pops), opera
companies (Palm
Beach to Cairo), top
nightclubs (Feinstein’s
at the Regency),
Festivals (Hollywood
CA for Jimmy
Kimmel’s Feast of
L.A.), and in Universities and
Embassies. A true musical V.I.P. as evidenced
by her many Woman of the Year and other
Awards. We find all ages enjoy Cristina’s
show, even teenagers!
People of all ages who have
an appreciation of great
music and a great entertainersinger, those who attend
concerts or theater, will love
Cristina Fontinelli’s show.
Sunday, June 1
2:00 pm • $30, $25
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The Music of
George Harrison
With Tom Cavanagh & Something
English rock guitarist, singer-songwriter,
actor and film producer GEORGE HARRISON
achieved international fame as lead guitarist of
The Beatles. Following the band’s break-up,
he continued on to a successful career as a
solo artist, and later as part of the supergroup
Traveling Wilburys with Bob Dylan, Tom Petty,
Jeff Lynne, and Roy Orbison. He is listed at
number 21 in Rolling Stone magazine’s list of
“100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time.” George
Harrison’s compositions with The Beatles
include “Here Comes the Sun,” “Something”
and “While My Guitar Gently Weeps.”
He released his music on an acclaimed and
successful triple album All Things Must Pass
in 1970, from which came two singles –
a double A-side single,
“My Sweet Lord” backed with “Isn’t It a Pity,”
and “What Is Life.” George Harrison helped
expand Western awareness of meditation and
of sitar music with Ravi Shankar, and organized
the first major rock charity concert with the
1971 Concert for Bangladesh. Join us as
TOM CAVANAGH returns to the Dix Hills
Center with the band SOMETHING, in this
tribute to one of the World of Rock n’ Roll’s
most revered and creative artists —
GEORGE HARRISON.
Saturday, June 7
7:30 pm • $35, $30, $25
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Doo Wop Harmony
Night Featuring
The Belmonts &
The Acchords
Saturday, June 21
7:30 pm
$60, $50, $45, $40
Nostalgia lovers, stroll down
Memory Lane in the Happy Days,
where there’s nothing like going
back to the 1950’s drinking soda
pop at the neighborhood candy
store, wearing poodle skirts and
saddle shoes, and dancing on the
street corners to the guys that sang
from the heart. THE BELMONTS
and THE ACCHORDS will have you
heading back to an era when music
was truly music with incredible
harmony. Join us for a special
night at Dix Hills Performing Arts
Center’s first Doo Wop ~ Great
Harmony Night!
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Saturday, July 5
7:30 pm
$60, $50, $45,$40
For more than forty years, ROBERT KLEIN
has entertained audiences, and he continues
to have an acclaimed career in comedy, on
Broadway, on television, and in film. Born in
the Bronx, he was a member of the famed
Second City theatrical troupe in Chicago. He
was nominated twice for Grammy Awards for
Best Comedy Album of the Year for his albums
“Child of the Fifties” and “Mind Over Matter.”
He received a Tony Award nomination for
Best Actor, and won a Los Angeles Drama
Critics Circle Award for his performance in
the hit Neil Simon musical, “They’re Playing
Our Song.” In 1993, Klein won an Obie and
the Outer Critics Circle Award for Outstanding
Performance by an Actor in Wendy
Wasserstein’s, “The Sisters Rosensweig.”
In 1975, Robert Klein was the first
comedian to appear in a live concert on
Home Box Office. He has gone on to do
nine one-man shows for HBO. Klein released
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Robert Klein: The HBO Specials 1975-2005,
a collector’s DVD box set to critical acclaim.
His most recent special for HBO, Robert Klein:
Unfair and Unbalanced aired on June 12th,
2010 and is also available on DVD. Among
dozens of starring and guest-starring roles on
television, he co-starred in the hit NBC series,
Sisters, and recently has a recurring gueststarring role on Law and Order. He regularly
appears on talk-shows, making more than 100
appearances on The Tonight Show and Late
Show with David Letterman alone.
Klein has also appeared in many notable films
including, Hooper, The Owl and the Pussycat,
Primary Colors, People I Know, Two Weeks
Notice, How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days and
The Back-Up Plan with Jennifer Lopez.
Join us for an evening
of the wisdom and wit
of Robert Klein!
The Three Girl Harmonies
of Italian & Italian-American Pop
TRE BELLA’S harmony vocals, on stage chemistry and choreography has moved audiences across the
country. Their vocals have been compared to that of the Andrew Sisters and Dixie Chicks – only their
songs are Italian and Italian-American-inspired – they are in a league of their own. When you see them
on stage together, hats and canes included, you can expect laughter, pure entertainment and lots of fun
and surprises! Tre Bella’s success has been skyrocketing since their original dance tune “Kisses in the
Dark” hit the Internet charts, and especially when Bella Lorraine Ferro appeared on NBC’s The Voice,
and the other two girls, JoAnn Robertozzi and Rosie De Sanctis were flown to LA to be featured on
the show as well. Since then, the girls have been making their mark on stages across the country!
Tre Bella’s music includes Italian versions of pop music, doo wop, and contemporary dance, as well as
the Rat Pack. Their tunes include “Con Te Partiro - Time to Say Goodbye,” “O Sole Mio,” “Come On A
My House,” and “The Best is Yet to Come,” transcending all generations. Audiences everywhere just
love them – and everyone leaves with a smile!!
Friday, July 11, 7:30 pm • $35, $30, $25
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Saturday, July 12
7:30 pm
$35, $30, $25
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Featuring Amber Ferrari
AMBER FERRARI is
quickly emerging as a
MAJOR talent and her
Magic will be COMING
BACK to The Dix Hills
Performing Arts Center!
*NO SHOW IS EVER THE
SAME*
SPECIAL GUEST:
Drummer BOBBY
RONDINELLI...
formerly of Rainbow,
Blue Oyster Cult,
Black Sabbath now
touring with Leslie West.
OPENING: Comedian/MC
IKE AVELLI.
Amber is a powerhouse and during the first
half of her show she will perform the music of
PAT BENATAR, JEFFERSON AIRPLANE and
others plus her original music and more! The
second half of her show is dedicated to the
greatest rocker of them all, the legendary
JANIS JOPLIN. When she steps out on stage
dressed as Janis herself and begins to sing
you will feel as if you stepped back in time.
With complete command of their styles and
with authenticity of the music, even the original
artists would find Amber Ferrari and her
powerful band a fine tribute to their legacy.
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Seeing Amber
Amber Ferrari and Joplin’s Pearl brought
me right back to seeing Janis at Woodstock...
closed my eyes and I was there. This gal does not
imitate Joplin; she has channeled her very essence.
Not just the sound but the whole package!!!! And
the band is spot on! Thanks Amber, for bringing
back great memories.”
Peace, Flo Pope, Brookhaven, NY
“Amber Ferrari is Amazing! There hasn’t been an
artist as entertaining as her in a very long time.
From Amber’s vocals, attire (some of which she
designs herself), stage presence & heart will
have you fall in love and want to see every show
& no show is ever the same! Amber has a way of
touching everyone in the audience and always gets
her fans involved at her shows.”
Carol Nichols, Long Island, NY
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Orchestra is a high
powered and energetic
jazz band with some of
the finest musicians in
the NYC area.
At 18 pieces plus vocalist, this super
band delivers a show that is musically
explosive from start to finish and promises
to leave the audience wanting more. Deep
in the tradition of big band jazz, nothing
pleases us more than to tribute one of the
greatest jazz artists of all time, phenom
and legendary trumpeter MAYNARD
FERGUSON. The band delivers music from
throughout his amazing and inspiring career,
including “Gonna Fly Now,” “MacArthur
Park,” “Besame Mucho” and “Don’t Let
the Sun Go Down On Me.”
RYAN RESKY, the featured soloist in the GIVE IT ONE tribute is a professional freelance trumpeter in
NYC, ranging from Broadway’s Pippin to the Radio City Christmas Spectacular Orchestra, and playing
the Call-to-the-Post at the Belmont Stakes, appearing on HBO’s The Soprano’s as well as having been
the featured soloist on Bach’s Brandenburg No. 2 Concerto numerous times. If you are a fan of big
band jazz, if you love to hear a big band swing powerfully, don’t walk, RUN to hear this great
tribute, you will not be disappointed but wondering how soon you can witness this project again!
Friday, July 18, 7:30 pm
$30, $25
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dance you will – when you experience the arena performance of Disco Unlimited. Capturing
a time in music, that to this day, has not been matched, Disco Unlimited will exhilarate you
with their powerful vocals, tight harmonies and dance grooves. Close your eyes and you will
truly believe you are listening to the original artists. Join us for a fun evening to listen to and
disco the night away!
Saturday, July 19, 7:30 pm • $35, $30, $25
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Julie Budd
“They Wrote The Songs”
The Music of Our Lives
When that special song was played it
meant so much to us, and it still does.
That meaningful song took you back to a
special time and a place, when hearing those
lyrics and caressing those melodies transported
you to a place where only music can take you.
JULIE BUDD now sings... “THEY WROTE
THE SONGS,” an evening of the greatest songs
from the most celebrated writers and beloved
entertainers, songs that are the heart of our
generation and the soundtracks of our lives.
Julie sings selections from Burt Bacharach and
Hal David, Elton John, Andrew Lloyd Webber,
Barry Manilow, and some songs from great
shows like Wicked and The Wiz, along with
the great American classic composers. These
memories will last forever and so will these
songs. Julie Budd will share her memories with
you as she explores the grand talents behind
the music. Join us in celebrating these songs
with nationally-loved Julie Budd, hailed by
The New York Times as “The Consummate
Performer,” in what is surely to be an evening
of warm memories and some of the finest
music ever written. THESE ARE THE
SONGS OF OUR LIVES. LET’S SHARE
THE MEMORIES, AS JULIE BUDD SINGS
“THEY WROTE THE SONGS.”
Friday, July 25
7:30 pm
$60, $50
$45, $40
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group features beautiful harmonies, elaborate costumes and exciting choreography —
all guaranteed to making this a night to remember! ABBA Girlz has been entertaining
crowds all over North America since 2009. This fun and energetic show will bring
back memories and put a smile on your face. The band engages the crowd and will
have you singing along to those oh-so-popular ABBA tunes. In 2012, ABBA Girlz was
featured on the “Colbert Report.” They perform in New York, and in many states
across the country. Don’t miss this electrifying performance!
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The Piano Artistry of Judith Alstadter
A Romantic
Piano Sampler
In the Mood
for Romance?
Concert pianist, music educator,
lecturer and recording artist
JUDITH ALSTADTER plays a variety of
piano selections tender, poetic, moving,
exciting, sensuous, inspiring and
uplifting. Judith Alstadter has appeared
in concerts in the U.S., Europe and the
Caribbean, is a Steinway Artist, and was
honored by the French Government with
the medal of Chevalier of the Order of
Arts and Letters for playing with panache,
fanfare, keen musical sense, beauty
and eloquence. Enjoy the melodies of
Franz Schubert, the poetry of
Frederic Chopin, the richness of
Sergei Rachmaninoff, the elegance
of Johann Strauss, Jr., the nostalgia
of Franz Lehar and the tenderness
of Rodgers and Hart. This program
is sure to open and touch your heart,
leave you singing, and in the mood
for love!
Actively build the audience for this extraordinary pianist
and music educator, Dr. Judith Alstadter. Invite your favorite
friends to share in the beauty of this music!
Sunday, July 27
2:00 pm • $15, $10 Seniors & Students
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classics as “Truckin’,” “Sugar Magnolia,” “Casey
Jones” and “Touch of Gray.” This show is a
must-see for any veteran Deadhead, music
aficionado or newcomer just exposing
themselves to the superb body of work of
this iconic American musical institution.
Grateful Dead was an American rock band
formed in 1965 in Palo Alto, California.
The band was known for its unique and
eclectic style, which fused elements
of rock, folk, bluegrass, blues, reggae,
country, improvisational jazz, psychedelia, and space rock, and
for live performances of long musical improvisation. Half Step is a group of
dedicated fans and students of the Grateful Dead, capturing the spirit,
improvisation, sound and complexity of their music. As musicians, they have
what it takes to present the Grateful Dead’s unique concert experience to even
the most critical of fans. HALF STEP has the rare privilege of spreading the
joy that the Grateful Dead’s music brings to both new and old fans alike.
Friday, August 1 • 7:30 pm • $35, $30, $25
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demand with jokes, songs and
stories. This perennial, much-loved
star of hotels, night clubs, TV, film
and radio once again does his
best to “bark on key” for Dix Hills
Center audiences. Join us for
this King of Comedy who
started it all dancing at the
1964 World’s Fair in New York
and at the Steel Pier in Atlantic
City. His fans love him… his
colleagues admire him… his wife
appreciates him getting out of the house
and making his way from New Jersey to
the Dix Hills Center! He told us so! Join
us, and bring a friend who will love
this great guy who loves his fans.
The comedy of UNCLE FLOYD!
Saturday, August 2
7:30 pm • $20
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For over thirty years, The MOODY BLUES
have been musical mainstays on concert
stages, recordings and the airwaves.
Their remarkable consistency has generated
the sale of over 55 million albums and
created a standard for classic rock music
which has brought them numerous awards
and a priceless place in rock history. The
Moody Blues’ first full studio album, Days
Of Future Passed, released in 1967 stayed
on the Billboard charts for over two years.
Featuring the soon-to-be classic “Tuesday
Afternoon” and one of the biggest-selling
singles of all time, “Nights In White Satin,”
the album became a milestone in rock
recording. It was one of the very first
concept albums and set the style for many
others to follow. TUESDAY AFTERNOON
is a Moody Blues Tribute made of up
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of well-known Long Island musicians.
Members of the band have played with
Herman’s Hermits, The Liverpool Shuffle,
The Good Rats and Mickey Dolenz of
the Monkees. TUESDAY AFTERNOON
faithfully covers all of the different eras of
Moody Blues music from their early material
of the 1960’s to their hits in the 1980’s
to Justin Hayward’s recent solo material.
Tonight’s songs in this very special show will
include “Nights in White Satin,” “Question,”
“Tuesday Afternoon” and “The Story in Your
Eyes.” Get you tickets early for this sellout show.
Friday, August 8,
7:30 pm
$35, $30, $25
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Acclaimed showman, JORDAN BENNETT, a star of
Les Misèrables, will appear at the Dix Hills Center in
“THE SHOW,” including singing The Great Standards,
The Baby Boomer Hits, and The Best of Broadway
with songs from Les Misèrables, Cyrano, Spamelot,
Fiddler On The Roof, Carousel, Jekyll & Hyde,
Phantom of the Opera and Aspects of Love – all with
Jordan’s uniquely powerful interpretations, appealing to
a wide variety of musical and artistic tastes.
Beginning his career in the Catskill Mountains as a
singer/comedian, you can expect some extraordinary
special material in “THE SHOW” and a lot of humor.
Some of Jordan’s songs will include “Bring Him
Home” (from Les Misèrables), “The Bright Side of Life” (from
Spamelot), “Nights In White Satin,” “Stand By Me,”
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Rich Man” (Fiddler On The Roof) and, as Jordan says, “every great song ever requested!”
Jordan Bennett…in all areas of entertainment…
“Jordan Bennett
has dignity, power
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effect is often quite
mesmerizing.”
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On television, he had recurring roles in The Waltons,
Too Close for Comfort, Emergency and others...
Jordan has acted in films, including one directed by Carl Reiner...
He has sold screenplays, teleplays, stage plays, lyrics and music...
As a solo artist, Jordan Bennett thrills audiences all around the world!
Join us for an extraordinary night as Broadway’s Jordan Bennett comes to
the Dix Hills Performing Arts Center. Get your tickets soon for “THE SHOW!”
Saturday, August 9 • 7:30 pm
$60, $50, $45, $40
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7:30 pm • $60, $50, $45, $40
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Beginning in 1967, Vanilla Fudge rocked the world with a new sound, influencing a
generation of musicians and creating a legion of loyal fans. The band’s biggest hit was
its cover of “You Keep Me Hangin’ On,” a slowed-down, hard rocking version of a song
originally recorded by The Supremes. This version featured Stein’s psychedelic-baroque
organ intro and Appice’s energetic drumming. The members of Vanilla Fudge were great
admirers of The Beatles, and covered several of their songs including “Ticket to Ride” and
“Eleanor Rigby.” This ever popular and influential band is currently touring with three of the
original four members: Mark Stein, lead vocals and keyboards; Vince Martell, guitar and
vocals; Carmine Appice, drums and vocals; and with Pete Bremy on bass and vocals. They
were inducted into the Long Island Music Hall of Fame in 2006, along with Billy Joel and
Joan Jett, with fellow Long Islander Felix Cavaliere inducted them into the hall. Join us for
the legendary Vanilla Fudge Farewell Tour!
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Steven Maglio
Sings
The Rodgers
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Songbook &
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Renowned Manhattan nightclub performer
Steven Maglio will bring to life The Rodgers
& Hart Songbook with such favorites as “The
Lady is a Tramp,” “Bewitched, Bothered and
Bewildered,” “Where or When,” “My Funny
Valentine” and other very special songs. The
American songwriting partnership between
composer Richard Rodgers and lyricist
Lorenz Hart produced 28 stage musicals and
more than 500 songs. Beginning with their first
successful Broadway musical, The Garrick
Gaieties, which introduced their first hit song,
“Manhattan,” they quickly became among the
most popular songwriters in America, then
moving from Broadway to Hollywood, where
they created several popular songs for film,
such as “Isn’t It Romantic?” and “Lover,”
returning then to Broadway where they
wrote a string of highly-regarded Broadway
musicals, with Pal Joey as their Broadway
masterpiece. Many of their stage musicals
were made into films, such as On Your
Toes and Babes in Arms. Long a favorite of
cabaret singers and jazz artists, Ella Fitzgerald
recorded The Rodgers & Hart Songbook and
Andrea Marcovicci based one of her cabaret
acts entirely on their songs. Hart’s lyrics raised
the standard for Broadway songwriting being
sometimes melancholic or playful, facile and
dazzling. Join us for a wonderful afternoon
with Steven Maglio, Rodgers, Hart and other
songs you will enjoy. Steven has appeared
as a guest vocalist with Deana Martin in
the Deana Martin Variety Show conducted
by Vincent Falcone, Frank Sinatra’s pianist/
conductor. He is the main attraction at The
Carnegie Club in Manhattan in the longest
running nightclub show, appearing every
Saturday night. Other venues include The
Rainbow Room, The Blue Note, The Sands
Hotel in Atlantic City, The Paris Hotel in Las
Vegas, and so many more. If you love the
swing, the songs, and the style of Sinatra,
this is a must show for you. Enjoy!
Sunday, September 7 • 2:00 pm • $30, $25
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The New Dawn is Coming with
Dawnette
Darden
Treat your mind,
body and soul
to one of the most
dynamic energyfilled experiences
of R&B, Rock and
Neo Soul you will ever experience. In the past few years, New Dawn has
shed musical light on the tri-state area with the sounds of Led Zeppelin,
Chaka Khan featuring Rufus, Prince, and Sly & the Family Stone. This
band is dazzling for the eyes, ecstatic to the ears, scintillating for the soul,
including the songs “Ramble On” by Led Zeppelin, “Sweet Thing” by
Rufus and Chaka Khan and “Sexy Dancer” by the artist formerly known as
“Prince.” Come alive again with “New Dawn.”
Friday, September 12
7:30 pm
$35, $30, $25
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“Two Gents and the Lady” is an exciting new show
featuring the duo Elio Scaccio and Joseph Bellino and
the beautiful songstress, Gina Ricci. These accomplished
artists will thrill fans of Andrea Bocelli, Sarah Brightman,
Celine Dion, Mario Lanza, Connie Francis and Tom
Jones, in addition to fans of Broadway and pop music.
They will cry with the beauty and sensitivity of “The
Prayer”... be mesmerized by the power and grandeur of
“Phantom of the Opera”... Fall in love again to the music
of “West Side Story”... Laugh (or cry) when they hear
“Delilah”... Be moved by the emotionally rendition
of “Mamma”...
Elio Scaccio is a gifted, classically-trained vocalist
and veteran performer of the highest caliber. He has
performed everything from Verdi and Puccini at Carnegie
Hall to original rock ballads at venues across America.
After conquering the pop-opera charts on both sides of
the Atlantic, Elio drew upon his college training in Jazz
and Classical technique to set his sights on a pop-opera
album. In 2010, Elio released his debut album, “Lettere
D’Amore,” which was inspired by 200 beautiful love letters
his dad wrote to his mom during their courtship years.
The album showcases Elio’s warm, vibrant, electrifying
combination of passion and style. Elio has been
performing to sold-out audiences across the United States
and Europe since the late 1990’s. Elio is truly the epitome
of the modern classical crossover.
Gina Ricci was lucky enough to be born into a
musical family, and has been singing, acting, and dancing
Joseph
Bellino
for as long as she
can remember. She has
performed in numerous concerts,
operas, recitals, and musical theaters in
New York, California, Europe and even China. Gina is no
stranger to classical music and the American musical
stage. She is a versatile crossover, performer, exquisitely
accomplished in all genres from opera to rock, and
everywhere in between. She has been honored to perform
at such notable venues as Lincoln Center, The Kennedy
Center, Wang Theater, Boston; St. Peter’s Basilica,
Rome; to name a few. Some of her numerous theater
performances include: “Fiddler,” “The King and I,” “Oliver,”
“The Rocky Horror Picture Show,” and “Sophia, A New
Musical.” Gina’s captivating beauty and versatile musicality
is not to be missed!
Joseph Bellino is a multi-talented performer who
captivates his audiences with a unique style – blending
his vocal power with the sweetness of his voice. Joseph
brings his extensive training in vocals, acting, improv and
theater technique to the concert stage. His numerous
previous roles include Javert in “Les Miserables,” Bob
Cratchit in “3 Ghosts,” Rapunzel’s prince in “Into the
Woods,” and Judge Turpin in “Sweeney Todd.” Joseph is
an enormously talented artist, who wins hearts wherever
he performs.
Younger and older audience
members alike will love
Two Gents and the Lady!
Saturday, September 13 • 7:30 pm
$35, $30, $25
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The Musical World of
Gerard D’Angelo
Featuring Hilary Kole
Extraordinary pianist Gerard D’Angelo and special
guest vocalist Hillary Kole will be performing songs
from her forthcoming album, including “While
We’re Young, “And I Love Him,” “I Only Have Eyes,”
and “It’s Alright With Me,” a mix of old and new
standards, from composers as diversified as Paul
Simon, Cole Porter, The Beatles to Rogers and Hart.
By 22, Gerard D’Angelo was one of the Big Apple’s
piano greats, busy as a full-time musician, working
the great New York venues like the Blue Note,
Birdland, Village Vanguard, Bradley’s, Roseland
and the Rainbow Room, and performing at the
big European festivals like Rome, Torino and the
North Sea. A consummate pianist, Gerard has
accompanied Brian Stokes Mitchell for five years,
and has played with first-rate players like Zoot Sims,
Nat Adderly, Mel Lewis and Bucky Pizzarelli.
Gerard will be will joined by Hilary Kole, whose
debut recording “Haunted Heart” was released
to critical acclaim in 2009, winning the Gold Disc
Award in Japan, and receiving 4 stars in Downbeat.
Hilary’s newest recording, “You Are There” was
named as Record of The Year in USA Today and
won the 2010 Bistro Award for Record of the Year.
Hilary has recorded with music legends David
Brubeck, Michel LeGrand, Hank Jones, John
Pizzarelli, David Frishberg, Freddy Cole, Mike Renzi,
and Oscar Peterson among others. She co-wrote
and starred in the critically acclaimed, Off-Broadway
reviews, “Our Sinatra” and “Singing Astaire.” Hilary
began her professional career at the legendary
Rainbow Room and was the youngest singer ever to
grace the stage there. She also debuted at the Oak
Room at the Algonquin Hotel, made her concert hall
debut at Lincoln Center as part of the “American
Songbook Series” and has appeared at Carnegie
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Dr. Peterson at
Roy Thompson
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Quincy
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Additional
major concert
appearances
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headlining in New York City at
Town Hall, Birdland, The Blue Note, Jazz at Lincoln
Center, The Jazz Standard, and Carnegie Hall with
the New York Pops and with Michael Feinstein.
Ms. Kole currently travels the country performing
her orchestral show with pops orchestras.
Get your tickets early.
It doesn’t get better than this!
Sunday, September 14
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Jon Weber is a New York City and Chicago-based jazz pianist and composer
whose compositions and performances have met critical and popular acclaim
in many countries around the world. Largely self-taught, Weber has perfect
pitch and remarkable melodic recall. He serves as host of Piano Jazz with
Jon Weber. Piano Jazz is a weekly one-hour radio show produced and
distributed by National Public Radio (NPR). It began on June 4, 1978, and
was hosted by jazz pianist Marian McPartland (1918-2013) until 2011.
It is the longest running cultural program on NPR.
“A walking/talking musical encyclopedia with
perfect pitch and recall, Weber can spit out minute
details of tens of thousands of tunes he has
internalized since his childhood years learning
piano rolls, which his grandmother had amassed.
By his teens Weber had opened for jazz luminaries
such as Pat Metheny, Buddy Rich, Freddie Hubbard,
Angela Bofill, and Stanley Turrentine.”
— Matt Merewitz, All About Jazz Magazine
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The First Ladies &
Legends of Disco
With The Ritchie Family,
Bonnie Pointer and
Carol Douglas
A Disco Dance Party
& Book Signing
The Ritchie Family is known for their #1 hit songs
“Brazil” and “Best Disco in Town.” These ladies have
travelled the world bringing disco to a whole other
level. Their stage presence and voices will have you
dancing at DHPAC.
Bonnie Pointer of the hugely popular and
successful soul/R&B group The Pointer Sisters recorded five
albums with The Pointer Sisters that earned a star for group on the Hollywood
Walk of Fame in 1994,. Today, Bonnie performs all over the country including
her hit “Heaven Must Have Sent You,” “Jump” and many more.
Carol Douglas has been capturing audiences since the
70s with her hit singles “Midnight Love Affair” and “Doctor’s
Orders,” travelling the world as one of the most booked
Disco Artists of all time. Join us for another night of incredible
DHPAC DISCO!!!
“The First Ladies of Disco” book will be available
for autographing by author James Arena and the
performers the night of the show!
Saturday, September 20
7:30 pm • $60, $50, $45, $40
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What happens when three Brilliant Accordionists get together on one
stage in a collaboration created to ignite and excite your senses? The world
renowned Accordionists, Angelo DiPippo, Frank Toscano and Manny Corallo,
Three Master Musicians, have created beautiful arrangements and cover the
spectrum from opera to jazz with amazing dexterity and virtuosity, often moving
with flashing, lightning speed solos and blazing phrases played by all in precise
unison. Come see and listen to the Amazing Accordion Kings and experience
the most passionate emotions and colorful music from around the world, taking
you on a Musical Tour of Italy with side trips to Germany, Hungary, Brazil,
Spain, Ireland, Poland, Paris, Arabia and American Jazz. Join us for a joyful
Sunday afternoon with the Amazing Accordion Kings.
Sunday, September 21
2:00 pm • $30, $25
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The 9th Annual
Fall Festival
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BRAZIL!
A Celebration of Guitar Music from Brazil & South America
September 26 & October 23 - 25, 2014
TONY ROMANO - “DESERT FLOWER”
(Leto Records CD Release Event in the USA)
Friday, September 26, 7:30PM
Inside the Guitarists Studio with
GENE BERTONCINI
Thursday, October 23, 7:30PM
An Evening with Classical Guitarist
David Burgess
Friday, October 24, 7:30PM
An Evening with Brazilian Master
Carlos Barbosa-Lima
& Friends
Saturday, October 25, 7:30PM
Tony Romano & Lenny Sendersky bring
Brazilian and Latin flavored Jazz into the 21st
century. Enjoy choice American Songbook
standards and well crafted original compositions.
Join us for a sit down discussion with this
American legend of guitar. Hear Gene play
and discuss his life as an artist.
David Burgess is one of the last American
guitarists to study with the legendary Andres
Segovia. David is also a master of Brazilian and
South American guitar repertoire. Join us for
what is sure to be a beautiful evening.
Latin Grammy nominated Carlos BarbosaLima is recognized as one of the world’s
greatest guitarists. Come join us as he shares
the joy of music from his Brazilian homeland.
Barbosa-Lima will play solo and in duet with
Larry Del Casale.
The program will also include faculty
guest artists: Prof. Tony Romano,
Prof. Michelle LaPorte & Prof. Gerry Saulter.
FREE Workshop
ALL PERFORMANCES ARE ONLY $10
Gene Bertoncini: Thursday, 10/23 - 3PM, room 601
FREE PRE-CONCERT DISCUSSIONS
David Burgess: Friday, 10/24 - 5:30PM, room 601
Carlos Barbosa-Lima: Saturday, 10/25 - 5:30PM, room 601
2014 Fall Guitar Festival Sponsors:
This Performance is partially funded by The Suffolk County Executive’s Office
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D’Addario Music Foundation
Five Towns College Student Government
Savage Classical Guitars
Alhambra Guitars USA
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vocals, a blend of pop hits, elegant standards, and smooth
Latin favorites, then Tito & His Orchestra – The Black Rose
Big Band – is sure to have you swaying as you would to
Michael Buble and Steve Tyrell. Performing contemporary
favorites and “modern vintage with class,” Tito will have
you in the mood with his popular version of “Besame
Mucho,” “Volare” and “Ojos Verdes - Green Eyes,” and
songs from his WHLI played-daily CD, Hey Now!, including
“Hey Now, I Think I’m In Love,” “Lovers Dream,” The Love
I Need” and “Wanna Be Free.” This show will sell-out, so
get your tickets for this special night!
Saturday, September 27
7:30 pm • $35, $30, $25
Join us for a wonderful
afternoon of Irish music and
wit with the extraordinary
Mr. Ed Ryan!
Highly respected entertainer in the Irish-American community,
Ed Ryan has performed with Gerry Finlay’s Cara Band, and
has become popular in the Irish circuit, most notably for his
searing rendition of “Danny Boy” and his humorous (and most
requested) original sing-along titled “The Drinking Song.”
Ed has performed during the opening ceremonies of New
York City’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade on WNBC-TV and in the
parade. “When New York Was Irish” is his new 12-track album
with traditional Irish songs and an Ed Ryan original. Ed Ryan
makes the kind of music you never get tired of listening to,
his powerful voice and sharp wit have made him a popular
favorite, hailed by one critic as “possibly the best songwriter
on Long Island today.” Ed made a reputation on the Stand-Up
Comedy circuit where he found himself headlining, as well as
opening for such greats as Ray Romano, Kevin James, Paula
Poundstone, Jay Black & The Americans and many more.
Join us for wonderful evening of Irish music and wit with the
extraordinary Mr. Ed Ryan!
Sunday, October 5
2:00 pm • $30, $25
Arthur
Prysock
was perfectly at
home singing
jazz, blues, or
R&B, but his
smooth-as-silk
baritone made
him a superbly
effective pop
crooner in the
manner of his
chief influence, Billy Eckstine. His voice
had a deep, rich smoky resonance,
comparable to the smooth balladeering
of Eckstine, Brook Benton or Lou Rawls.
In 1944 bandleader Buddy Johnson
signed him as a vocalist, and Prysock
sang on several of Johnson’s hits. He
gained further attention for his tender,
soulful singing on a beer commercial,
“Tonight, tonight, let it be Löwenbräu.”
Other hits included “I Didn’t Sleep a
Wink Last Night,” “The Very Thought
of You,” and “When Love Is New,” He
fulfilled a dream by recording an album
with Count Basie and Prysock received
a Pioneer Award from the Rhythm and
Blues Foundation in 1995.
Join us for a wonderful
afternoon, honoring one
for the greatest singers of
all time – Arthur Prysock.
Sunday, September 28
2:00 pm • $30, $25
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The #9 Lennon Birthday Special
In celebration of what would have been
John Lennon’s 74th birthday, Long Island’s own
Mostly Moptop will come together with a little
help from their friends to perform “The #9 Lennon
Birthday Special.” This special show will feature
great Lennon songs, both from Beatles’ and solo
years, including “A Hard Day’s Night,” “In My Life,”
“Revolution,” “Imagine,” “Watching the Wheels,”
and many more. In addition to their usual note-fornote performances, Mostly Moptop will also play
along with nine of the East Coast’s top individual
singer-songwriters. Come be part of the great
numbers at play in Mostly Moptop’s inventive
new show.
Sunday,
October 26
2:00 pm
$35, $30, $25
The Fast Lane
Eagles Tribute
The Fast Lane Eagles Tribute has been heralded
as the most authentic sounding Eagles tribute
band in the country. From the
incredible guitar lines of “Hotel
California” to the beautiful
harmonies of “Peaceful Easy
Feeling,” one listen to The
Fast Lane will make you
a huge fan! This show is
an exact recreation of the
Eagles’ “Farewell Tour 1.” It
reproduces performances by
Don Henley, Glenn Frey and Joe Walsh singing the
songs that established the Eagles as the number
one selling American band in both record sales and
concert ticket sales. Members of this all-star lineup
have performed at the Beacon Theater, The B.B.
King’s, and Mohegan Sun Casino and Resort and
played with such artists as Eddie Money, Sheena
Easton, Michael Bolton, Charlie Daniels, Marshall
Tucker, and Barbra Streisand. Even the most diehard Eagles fan will have a hard time telling the
difference between The Fast Lane and the
Eagles themselves!
Friday, November 7
7:30 pm • $35, $30, $25
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Neil Diamond
Tribute
Every once in a while, a new band will
come along and knock you out with
a sound, look, and show that no one
can compete with. Welcome, Diamond
One Hot Night, a ten-piece band
replicating Neil Diamond’s career from
start to today. One Hot Night will not
disappoint. It’s exciting, it’s energy,
it’s colorful, and it’s ONE HOT NIGHT!
Saturday, November 8,
7:30 pm • $35, $30, $25
The Guthrie Brothers
Tribute to
Simon &
Garfunkel
Best of
Broadway
& More
Benefit
Benefit
Show
Support FTC Theater
Students travel to
the Kennedy Center
American College
Theater Festival
As
s two brothers come together to
bring you the very best songs of Simon
& Garfunkel they will also keep you
amused with their great personality.
The Guthrie Brothers have performed all
over the US performing in many large
concert arenas. Paul Simon and Art
Garfunkel were the most successful folkrock duo of the 1960s, crafting a series
of memorable hit albums and singles
featuring their Everly Brothers influenced
harmonies that lead to their rise to fame
in 1965, largely on the strength of the hit
single “The Sound of Silence.” Their
music was featured in the landmark
film The Graduate, propelling them
further into the public consciousness.
Their biggest hits included “Homeward
Bound,” “Scarborough Fair/Canticle,” “A
Hazy Shade of Winter,” “Mrs. Robinson,”
“Bridge over Troubled Water,” “The
Boxer,” and “Cecilia” – reached number
one in several charts. They received
several Grammy Awards and were
inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall
of Fame in 1990 and the Long Island
Music Hall of Fame in 2007.
Sunday, November 9
2:00 pm • $30, $25
Friday, January 16
7:30 pm • $10
The Wild
Women
of Comedy
Join Us for Another
Spectacular Show
Hosted & Produced by
Kit Stewart & Anne Lipuma
Wild Women of Comedy presents a showcase of
female comedians. KIT STEWART, a seasoned
comic, has performed at top-notch venues like
Caroline’s, Gotham, Catch a Rising Star and The
Improv for decades. ANNE LIPUMA has been
producing shows and cutting her comic chops on
stages throughout NYC. Get your tickets early,
since this show will sell out—for the fifth year
in a row due to their devoted fans!
Saturday, January 17
7:30 pm • $30, $25
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The Magic
of Thaddeus
The audience raves, “I come back every year with
the kids - it’s always different! He always adds
something new.” Debbie Starker of Deb’s Web
writes, “It was a fun-filled afternoon and one
I would highly recommend.” Thaddeus is back with
his ALL NEW magical adventure. Thaddeus will
enthrall audiences young and |old with his unique
blend of magic and comedy, leaving you with a sense
of wonder. Enjoy as his Magical Family entertains
your Magical Family in an afternoon of magical
entertainment for children of all ages!
Sunday, January 18
2:00 pm • $10
Tribute
to the
Music of
Bruce Springsteen
Badlands is a group of top-notch musicians
dedicated to performing the music of Bruce &
The E Street Band. Considered by many to be
the #1 Springsteen act in the world, Badlands does
not simply imitate; their performances are infused
with a deep, underlying respect for the music. It’s
all about the music, and Badlands delivers! Any fan
of “The Boss” knows that what sets him apart is the
passion and energy of his performances. Badlands
delivers the style and vibe of Springsteen’s
music with the kind of honest passion you would
expect from a Springsteen show! Fans of Bruce
Springsteen are sure to enjoy “Born To Run,”
“Rosalita,” “Thunder Road and “Spirit In The
Night” as his music comes alive at DHPAC.
Saturday, January 24
7:30 pm • $35, $30, $25
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Copperline
Tribute to
James Taylor
COPPERLINE
C
OPPERLINE
INE brings you the ultimate James
Taylor experience. The nine members of
COPPERLINE lead you through decades of
JT’s most memorable songs. Drawing from his
greatest hits catalog, they take you from ballads
like “Fire and Rain,” “Carolina In My Mind” and
“Shower The People” and get you to your feet
with rockers like “How Sweet It Is,” “Your Smiling
Face” and “Steamroller Blues.” Come out and
listen to COPPERLINE pay homage to one of
the greatest singer-songwriters of our time.
Saturday, January 31
7:30 pm • $35, $30, $25
Saturday,
February 7
7:30 pm
$35, $30, $25
A Tribute
To Queen
Almost Queen boasts an unbroken string of
sold-out appearances while headlining major
rock festivals overseas and in the U.S. The
showmanship reflects the extensive resumes of
the band members who flex their musical chops in
presenting the ultimate live Queen concert. Almost
Queen masters the vocal layering and studio
precision that is a signature of Queen with all the
energy and spectacle of a live production. Elaborate
lighting, effects and costumes frame the seasoned
musicians who step into these very large shoes to
render the authentic “Queen experience” singing
“Bohemian Rhapsody,” “Another One Bites The
Dust,” “Crazy Little Thing Called Love,” “We Are The
Champions” and more. For Queen fans and anyone
who has never had the chance to see Queen live...
Almost Queen delivers!
Just Sixties:
The Stories...
The Songs!
Invited to
Perform
in Woodstock
for 45th
Anniversary!
Break out your tie-dyed shirts and
join us to relive the music, culture and
news of the Sixties! Rediscover the bubblegum
classics, psychedelic
hits, protest songs,
folk-rock and heavy
metal thunder from
groups like the
Beatles, Beach
Boys, Rolling
Stones, Simon
and Garfunkel,
Temptations,
Monkees, Cream,
Sonny and Cher,
and so many more. Since their debut in 1982,
Just Sixties has become the longest continually
running Sixties tribute act in the United States!
This narrated retrospective is perfect for the entire
family. From “Build Me Up Buttercup” to “Sweet
Caroline,” you’ll have fun, fun, fun; you’ll be glad
all over; and we’ll be happy together!
Sunday, February 8
2:00 pm • $35, $30, $25
Kim
Dr. K’s Motown Revue
This seasoned array of talented musicians
and singers with high-energy stage presence,
snazzy costumes and snappy dance routines
always delivers a spectacular performance!
Audience members will be enthralled as they are transported
back to the Motown era with the Revue’s 7 musicians and four lead
vocalists telling an exciting and compelling story, bringing back memories for generations of
fans. They will perform hits by the Supremes, the Temptations, Martha and the Vandellas and many
others. DR. K’S MOTOWN REVUE not only delivers the best in Motown music, but will also engage
the audience with bits of Motown trivia and get you dancing in your seats – or on your feet – and singing
along to the music.
This sensational performance is an absolute must-see-and-hear experience!
Friday, February 13 • 7:30 pm • $35, $30, $25
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If you and that special
someone seek a great
place to go this Valentine’s
Day, come to the Dix Hills
Performing Arts Center
and see premier Beatles
tribute band Mostly Moptop’s
“Valentine Day’s Night of Beatles’ Love Songs.” In
honor of the Beatles’ 1977 release LOVE SONGS,
the group will perform all twenty-five classic Fab
Four songs from that compilation album including
“If I Fell,” “The Long & Winding Road,” “P.S I
Love You,” “Yesterday,” and “Something” among
others. Roses may be red and violets blue,
but this next great show from Mostly Moptop
brings all their loving to you!
Steven Maglio sings
Frank Sinatra’s
Greatest Love Songs
Sensational Vocalist and
Entertainer Steven Maglio
performs Frank Sinatra’s
Greatest Love Songs…
songs for swingin’ lovers...
and everyone else. Sinatra
was at his best when
he sang the distinctive
melodies and words of love
songs…No one sang them like Sinatra… intimate,
swinging or intensely romantic… This show, from
throughout Sinatra’s career, will include “My Funny
Valentine,” “Night and Day” and “The Way You
Look Tonight.” Steven Maglio has appeared as a
guest vocalist in the Deana Martin Variety Show,
conducted by Vincent Falcone, Frank Sinatra’s
pianist/conductor, as well as headlined at The
Rainbow Room, The Blue Note, The Sands in Atlantic
City and The Paris Hotel in Las Vegas. If you love
the swing, the style and the love songs of Sinatra,
Steven Maglio is a must for you. Enjoy!
Singles are welcome
to feel the love too!
Saturday, February 14
7:30 pm • $35, $30, $25
Sunday, February 15
2:00 pm • $30, $25
Empty Sky:
The Songs of the Eagles with
The Music
of Elton John
Empty
E
mpty Sky successfully tackles
one of the most challenging
songbooks in rrock history,
and they have unlocked the
secret to presenting a magical
performance of Elton John’s
music. Mastering the technical
demands of the music, this
high-energy show dazzles — creating the experience
of a raucous sing-along. In a single performace, the
crowd is is hushed with a daringly faithful “Funeral
for a Friend” and then rattles the walls by joining in
to sing “Crocodile Rock.” These songs belong to
everyone, and are performed by musicians who took
the time to get them right. Singing“Tiny Dancer,”
“Rocket Man,” “Saturday Night’s Alright for Fighting,”
“Burn Down the Mission” and many more — Empty
Sky is a show, for all fans of great, timeless music.
Friday, February 20
7:30 PM • $35, $30, $25
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Desert
Highway
Desert Highway has quickly made a name for itself
as the premier Eagles tribute band around. They have
gained a reputation as the truest-sounding Eagles tribute
band in the country. Their renditions of Eagles classics
have been recognized by those in the industry such as
Jack Tempchin (composer of Peaceful Easy Feeling) and
received praise throughout
North America and Europe.
The band has quickly risen
through the ranks of the
NY tribute scene, and has
gone from opening act to
headliner status almost
overnight. One listen to
Desert Highway is all it
will take to make even
the most die-hard Eagles
lover a fan for life!
Saturday, February 21
7:30 pm • $35, $30, $25
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Broadway, Swing,
Latin & More
Gathering Time Tribute to
“Women of
the ’70s”
With her warm, inviting style,
Nina Hennessey
ennessey can easily sing
in any melody, range and tempo. She is
known for her roles on Broadway, including Bye
Bye Birdie, Cats, Dreamgirls and Les Misèrables,
her television appearances on All My Children
and Law and Order, and her concert work with
the late Marvin Hamlisch. Her appealing, eclectic
playlist reflect the ray of sunshine that she is. Nina
Hennessey will perform classics from Broadway,
the American Songbook, pop and jazz with unique
arrangements that swing, groove and bring on
smiles, including “Sometimes I’m Happy,” “Lover,”
“Willow Weep for Me,” and “Mornin.” Her stunning
debut CD, “With A Song,” won the BroadwayWorld.
Com Cabaret Award for Best CD Release. If
you enjoy great, catchy and timeless melodies,
beautifully interpreted lyrics and feeling good, you
will enjoy the lovely Nina Hennessey and her band.
Carole King, Joni Mitchell,
Linda Ronstadt, Fleetwood Mac,
Laura Nyro, Bonnie Raitt
and more.
Sunday, February 22
2:00 pm • $30, $25
Friday, March 13
7:30 pm • $30, $25
Las Vegas Style Entertainment
with Karen Oberlin
and Eddie Brill
With
Live Band &
Pre-Show Danc
ing
from 6 to 7 pm
to Your Favorit
e
Standards and
Latin Music
Viva, vivaaaa, Las Vegasssss! If you love Vegas
egas and want
the entertainment, we have a show for you with these
fabulous entertainers … Multi-award-winning
ulti-award-winning vocalist
Karen Oberlin is one of the premier interpreters of song
— a theater veteran whose credits include the first stage
production of Rent, as well as more than 100 off-Broadway
performances of the hit show Our Sinatra. Karen presents an
intimate set of timeless music with pianist-extraordinaire Jon Weber and
top bassist Steve Duncan. Then funny-man Eddie Brill will dazzle you with
his wit, which has has burnished — for fifteen years and counting — on the
Late Show with David Letterman. Eddie is currently the audience warm-up,
and for eleven years was Talent Coordinator for comedians who appeared on the
show. He has taped more than 100 television shows in six countries and is a threetime MAC Award winner (Manhattan Association of Cabaret and Clubs) for Best Male Stand-up Comic in NYC.
You will think you are in Vegas!!!
Saturday, March 14 • 7:30 PM • $35, $30, $25
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Program Schedule
Dix Hills Performing Arts Center at Five Towns College is one of Long Island’s most vibrant cultural organizations,
combining the finest in world-class music and performance education in our acoustically superior theater. Five Towns College,
founded in 1972, as a community resource for jazz/commercial music education, and today’s Dix Hills Performing Arts Center,
provide entertainment, education and inspiration for more than 20,000 Long Islanders each year.
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Cinderella – Children’s Theatre
Cinderella – Children’s Theatre
Cinderella – Children’s Theatre
Cinderella – Children’s Theatre
Mostly Barbershop – A Cappella Show
Spring Concert I – FTC Concert Pops & Chorus
Guitar Extravaganza – A Tribute to the Great Jazz
Clubs & The Musicians Who Jammed There
Broadway Bound – “Who Am I Anyway?’
FTC Jazz Ensembles
Evening of Jazz with the FTC Jazz Orchestra
Spring Concert II – FTC String Orchestra,
Choir and Vocal Jazz Ensemble
Cristina Fontanelli – From Bagels to Bocelli:
The Musical Journey of My Life –
George Harrison Tribute with Tom Cavanagh
Dean Karahalis and the FTC Concert Pops Summer Series
Doo Wop Harmony Night featuring
The Belmonts & The Acchords
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An Evening with Comedian Robert Klein
P.10
Tre Bella ~ The Three Girl Harmonies
of Italian & Italian-American Pop
P.11
Women of Rock - Joplin’s Pearl featuring
Amber Ferrari
P.12
Dean Karahalis and the FTC Concert Pops Summer Series P.8
Remembering Maynard Ferguson with the
Give It One Big Band featuring Ryan Resky on Trumpet
P.13
DISCO FEVER with Disco Unlimited
P.14
Julie Budd “They Wrote The Songs”
The Music of Our Lives
P.15
Abba Girlz Tribute to ABBA
P.16
The Piano Artistry of Judith Alstadter in
A ROMANTIC PIANO SAMPLER
P.17
Jerry Garcia’s Birthday Celebration featuring
the Music of Grateful Dead by Half Step
P.18
The Hilarious Comedy of Uncle Floyd
P.19
Dean Karahalis and the FTC Concert Pops Summer Series P.8
A Tribute to The Moody Blues with Tuesday Afternoon
P.20
BROADWAY’S Jordan Bennett in “THE SHOW”
P.21
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Vanilla Fudge
Steven Maglio Sings The Rodgers & Hart
Songbook & More
The New Dawn is Coming –
The Exciting Sound of Dawnette Dardin
Two Gents and The Lady
The Musical World of Gerard D’Angelo
Featuring Hilary Kole
Tribute to Jazz Piano with NPR’s Jon Weber
and Bassist Steve Doyle
First Ladies & Legends of Disco –
Dance Party & Book Signing
The Amazing Accordion Kings
Guitar Festival JAZZ BRAZIL with the Tony Romano Quintet
Tito and His Orchestra – The Black Rose Band
Remembering Arthur Prysock
P.22
An Afternoon of Irish Music with Ed Ryan
Guitar Festival JAZZ BRAZIL with Gene Bertoncini
& Friends
Guitar Festival CLASSICAL BRAZIL with David Burgess
& Friends
Guitar Festival CLASSICAL BRAZIL with
Carlos Barbosa-Lima & Friends
Mostly Moptop in The #9 Lennon Birthday Special
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Eagles Tribute with The Fast Lane
Neil Diamond Tribute with Diamond One Hot Night
Simon & Garfunkel Tribute with the Guthrie Brothers
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The Best of Broadway & More - Benefit Show
The Wild Women of Comedy
The Magic of Thaddeus
Badland’s Tribute to Bruce Springsteen
Copperline Tribute to James Taylor
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Almost Queen Tribute to Queen
Just 60s: The Stories…The Songs!
Dr. K’s Motown Revue
Mostly Moptop in “A Fab Four Valentine’s Night”
Steven Maglio sings Frank Sinatra’s Greatest Love Songs
Tribute to Elton John with Empty Sky
The Songs of the Eagles with Desert Highway
The Musical World of Nina Hennessey
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Gathering Time Tribute to “Women of the ’70s”
Las Vegas Style Entertainment with Songstress
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Women of Rock
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