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Ethan Bortnick: The Power of Music, with Guest Damian McGinty

Ethan Bortnick: The Power of Music with Guest Damian McGinty

Ethan Bortnick: The Power of Music, with Special Guest Damian McGinty

Tuesday, October 7, 2014 @ 7 pm

 

There's a reason musical genius Ethan Bortnick is on his way to stardom. The 13-year-old prodigy recently graced Esquire magazine's cover, was featured in Gap's celebrity ad campaign, and broke the Guinness world record for youngest musician to headline a solo concert; now this pianist, singer, composer, and captivating entertainer is bringing the house down once again as he takes his THE POWER OF MUSIC concert on tour. 

Ethan's THE POWER OF MUSIC concerts are filled with surprises and talent that dazzle audiences and fill them with a sense of wonder and awe.  People leave Ethan's shows feeling elated, transformed, uplifted, and inspired, saying it was the best show they have ever been to, hands down. Audiences around the world have laughed, cried, sang, danced, and experienced some of their most exciting and memorable moments at Ethan's shows. This is a must see for the entire family! 

Having shared the stage and/or recorded with some of the biggest stars in the world (including Celine Dion, Barbra Streisand, Elton John, Katy Perry, Tony Bennett, and many others), Ethan is now bringing onboard Glee and Celtic Thunder star Damian McGinty. Damian has toured around the world with Celtic Thunder, and now once again lights up the stage with his infectious charm and rich, beautiful voice. Audiences can't help but be enchanted by Damian's heartfelt vocals and his genuine, warm spirit. 

Also joining Ethan and Damian on stage are a band, a children's choir, local guest artists and maybe even YOU! Hear songs from The Beatles to Elton John to Broadway, from Chopin to Neil Diamond, from Michael Jackson to Motown to rock 'n roll, and everything in between. Ethan will also perform several of his own songs, including some from the recently released movie ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE, in which he starred, co-scored, and wrote 10 songs. He will also involve the audience in the show, compose music on the spot, put together songs instantly using audience stories/ideas, and answer questions during a Q&A segment at each concert. 

Never before has a show delighted audiences with such unmatched talent, heart, and joy. Whether you're on your own, with your friends, or with your whole family, time spent with Ethan and Damian is magical. This concert event is a great opportunity for people of all ages to bond over exhilarating music, Ethan’s entertaining sense of humor, and Damian McGinty’s charming emotional melodies.This joyful evening brings all generations closer together, and will create memories to last a lifetime.  

This festive concert will make the perfect gift for anyone in your life, of any age. Come join us as we make music history and feel THE POWER OF MUSIC! 

“Ethan’s imagination and ability to create music from stories is unbelievable.” – QUINCY JONES 

“I'm amazed by your songwriting.” – CELINE DION 

“Musicality like this comes along once in a generation.” – PETER YARROW (Peter, Paul and Mary) 

"Ethan Bortnick’s show at the Las Vegas Hilton ... was history-making. It was a sold-out crowd, and there was so much heart and soul, plus energy felt from the audience. It was a spectacular night, 90 minutes of pure entertainment.” – Las Vegas SUN

***NOTE: This is an outside promoter event.  Anderson Center gift certificates may not be used for this performance.

7:00 pm
Fine Arts - Watters Theater Binghamton, NY

Julian Lage & Chris Eldridge

Julian Lage & Chris Eldridge

Wednesday, October 08, 2014 @ 7:30 pm
Fine Arts - Watters Theater


The guitar duo of Julian Lage and Chris Eldridge is a collaborative effort founded in the roots of acoustic music, and brought to life on their respective 1939 Martin guitars.  On Wednesday, October 8 in the Watters Theater, modern jazz, new music, and bluegrass mesh at the nexus of improvisation, spontaneous composition, and virtuosic refinement. 
For a sample of their music, check out: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kLH7gk0sJfk

7:30 pm
Fine Arts - Watters Theater Binghamton, NY

Binghamton University Symphony Orchestra: We Like to Move It!

Binghamton University Symphony Orchestra: We Like to Move It

Saturday, October 18, 2014 @ 3 pm
Anderson Center, Osterhout Concert Theater

In this special concert for children of all ages, the orchestra explores how music, sound moving through time, has been captured by composers of many eras and nationalities to represent the ways we move through the world: on foot, in boats, on a train, in a car, and even on an imaginary spaceship! Maestro Timothy Perry presents an introduction to the symphony orchestra and movement in music with compositions by Leopold Mozart, Morton Gould, Arthur Honegger, Claude Debussy, John Adams and John Williams at 3 p.m. inOsterhout Concert Theater. There will be a special performance for school groups on Friday, October 17

10:00 am
Anderson Center - Osterhout Theater Vestal, NY

The Lying Kind

The Lying Kind

"The Lying Kind

by Anthony Neilson

8 p.m. October 17, 18, 24, 25

2 p.m. October 26

Chamber Hall – AC

Directed by Carol Hanscom

Warning: This play contains adult content, suitable for mature audiences only.

Constables Blunt and Gobbel have one final duty to perform on Christmas Eve night, delivering tragic news to the London family at #58. But what if it ruins their Christmas? Our 2 hapless bobbies are struggling to solve their dilemma while hiding from a group of roaming vigilantes. Can they keep their stiff upper lips and just get home? Full of cross purposes and mistaken identities, misplaced Chihuahuas, stodgy vicars and, of course, naughty underwear, this over-the-top farce is one you can’t look away from! 

“Lying Kind, The” is presented by special arrangement with Samuel French, inc.

8:00 pm
Anderson Center - Chamber Hall Vestal, NY

Binghamton University Symphony Orchestra: We Like to Move It!

Binghamton University Symphony Orchestra: We Like to Move It

Saturday, October 18, 2014 @ 3 pm
Anderson Center, Osterhout Concert Theater

In this special concert for children of all ages, the orchestra explores how music, sound moving through time, has been captured by composers of many eras and nationalities to represent the ways we move through the world: on foot, in boats, on a train, in a car, and even on an imaginary spaceship! Maestro Timothy Perry presents an introduction to the symphony orchestra and movement in music with compositions by Leopold Mozart, Morton Gould, Arthur Honegger, Claude Debussy, John Adams and John Williams at 3 p.m. inOsterhout Concert Theater. There will be a special performance for school groups on Friday, October 17

3:00 pm
Anderson Center - Osterhout Theater Vestal, NY

The Lying Kind

The Lying Kind

"The Lying Kind

by Anthony Neilson

8 p.m. October 17, 18, 24, 25

2 p.m. October 26

Chamber Hall – AC

Directed by Carol Hanscom

Warning: This play contains adult content, suitable for mature audiences only.

Constables Blunt and Gobbel have one final duty to perform on Christmas Eve night, delivering tragic news to the London family at #58. But what if it ruins their Christmas? Our 2 hapless bobbies are struggling to solve their dilemma while hiding from a group of roaming vigilantes. Can they keep their stiff upper lips and just get home? Full of cross purposes and mistaken identities, misplaced Chihuahuas, stodgy vicars and, of course, naughty underwear, this over-the-top farce is one you can’t look away from! 

“Lying Kind, The” is presented by special arrangement with Samuel French, inc.

8:00 pm
Anderson Center - Chamber Hall Vestal, NY

The Lying Kind

The Lying Kind

"The Lying Kind

by Anthony Neilson

8 p.m. October 17, 18, 24, 25

2 p.m. October 26

Chamber Hall – AC

Directed by Carol Hanscom

Warning: This play contains adult content, suitable for mature audiences only.

Constables Blunt and Gobbel have one final duty to perform on Christmas Eve night, delivering tragic news to the London family at #58. But what if it ruins their Christmas? Our 2 hapless bobbies are struggling to solve their dilemma while hiding from a group of roaming vigilantes. Can they keep their stiff upper lips and just get home? Full of cross purposes and mistaken identities, misplaced Chihuahuas, stodgy vicars and, of course, naughty underwear, this over-the-top farce is one you can’t look away from! 

“Lying Kind, The” is presented by special arrangement with Samuel French, inc.

8:00 pm
Anderson Center - Chamber Hall Vestal, NY

The Lying Kind

The Lying Kind

"The Lying Kind

by Anthony Neilson

8 p.m. October 17, 18, 24, 25

2 p.m. October 26

Chamber Hall – AC

Directed by Carol Hanscom

Warning: This play contains adult content, suitable for mature audiences only.

Constables Blunt and Gobbel have one final duty to perform on Christmas Eve night, delivering tragic news to the London family at #58. But what if it ruins their Christmas? Our 2 hapless bobbies are struggling to solve their dilemma while hiding from a group of roaming vigilantes. Can they keep their stiff upper lips and just get home? Full of cross purposes and mistaken identities, misplaced Chihuahuas, stodgy vicars and, of course, naughty underwear, this over-the-top farce is one you can’t look away from! 

“Lying Kind, The” is presented by special arrangement with Samuel French, inc.

8:00 pm
Anderson Center - Chamber Hall Vestal, NY

The Lying Kind

The Lying Kind

"The Lying Kind

by Anthony Neilson

8 p.m. October 17, 18, 24, 25

2 p.m. October 26

Chamber Hall – AC

Directed by Carol Hanscom

Warning: This play contains adult content, suitable for mature audiences only.

Constables Blunt and Gobbel have one final duty to perform on Christmas Eve night, delivering tragic news to the London family at #58. But what if it ruins their Christmas? Our 2 hapless bobbies are struggling to solve their dilemma while hiding from a group of roaming vigilantes. Can they keep their stiff upper lips and just get home? Full of cross purposes and mistaken identities, misplaced Chihuahuas, stodgy vicars and, of course, naughty underwear, this over-the-top farce is one you can’t look away from! 

“Lying Kind, The” is presented by special arrangement with Samuel French, inc.

2:00 pm
Anderson Center - Chamber Hall Vestal, NY

Marsalis: Well Tempered

Marsalis: Well Tempered

Tuesday, October 28, 2014 @ 7:30 pm
Anderson Center - Osterhout Theater

Renowned Grammy Award–winning saxophonist and Tony Award nominee/composer Branford Marsalis joins the highly celebrated Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia Marsalis “Well-Tempered”, performing Baroque masterpieces by Albinoni, Bach, Telemann, Couperin, Corelli, and Dornel.

 
Marsalis- “ a gracious poise and supple tone…..and an insouciant swagger”- The New York Times

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

7:30 pm
Anderson Center - Osterhout Theater Vestal, NY
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