Well-Tempered Sax Comes to Rockland
The Nyack College School of Music will welcome Brazilian ensemble, Well-Tempered Sax, to the Rockland campus, 1 South Boulevard on Wednesday, March 28 at 12:15 p.m. for an afternoon performance in Shuman Hall.
Members of the saxophone quartet, Flavio Corilow (soprano sax), Ronaldo Marquetti (alto sax), Vinicius Corilow (tenor sax) and Paul Pupo (baritone sax), will present a program of Brazilian popular music.
The School of Music invites the campus community and local residents to “enjoy a taste of well-seasoned, spicy, and flavorful music, inspired by Brazilian cuisine.” Seating is limited. Early arrival is strongly recommended.
For more information, phone the Music Office at 845.675.4687.
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