Come join us for the exciting unveiling of the Tomasso Juglaris painting, Paolo Veronese in Venice.
Lost for over 50 years, this painting will now hang in the KOA Lobby in Blaisdell Hall. We will celebrate the story and restoration of the painting as well as the local and university ties to this extraordinary piece of art. A presentation by restorer, Jeffery Johnson, of Johnson and Griffiths, will explain the restoration process and Adrian Selkowitz, videographer and owner of Cowboy, Bear, Ninja will introduce the documentary film that was created to tell this fascinating story. This event will be followed by the unveiling of the painting and a reception.
For two decades, the vocal ensemble Musica Spei (Music of Hope) has performed choral masterworks of the medieval and renaissance periods to audiences in western New York. The ensemble’s emphasis and particular specialty is the sacred music of the middle ages and renaissance, with forays into related territory.
For the Holiday Season, Pitt-Bradford Arts brings numerous performances into the community on December 3 and 4. Victorian-dressed vocalists and musicians from the American Caroling Company will be strolling the streets and visiting schools, nursing homes and businesses throughout Bradford to share the holiday spirit. (Schedule TBD)
FLY is what happens when street dance and classical music meet.
Every so often a company bursts onto the dance scene with such original talent and drive that a completely new genre is born. Such it was with the original FLY Dance Company. Within three seasons of touring, FLY went from an unknown, “hard to categorize” dance company with no touring experience to a popular new group wowing audiences around the country.