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Tony-Winner Christine Ebersole, Frozen’s Santino Fontana and Cinderella’s Laura Osnes Headline Concert of Frank Loesser Hits

On December 21st at 3 pm the Westchester Philharmonic and Broadways brightest stars will light up the Concert Hall at the Purchase Performing Arts Center with its annual Winter Pops! The Phil’s newly appointed Principal Conductor Ted Sperling will lead a program titled Anywhere I Wander: The Frank Loesser Songbook, starring two time Tony-winner Christine […]

An Evening with The New York Times “Corner Office” Columnist Adam Bryant

An Evening with The New York Times “Corner Office” Columnist Adam Bryant

New York Times “Corner Office” columnist and best-selling author Adam Bryant kicked off Manhattanville College’s School of Graduate and Professional Studies’ (GPS) 20th Anniversary “Insights into Leadership” speaker series on Monday night. Sharing his “Lessons from the Corner Office,” gleaned from hundreds of CEO interviews, Bryant spoke to a captivated crowd of over 150 Manhattanville […]

6th Annual Sport Business Career Fair

6th Annual Sport Business Career Fair

What: The 6th annual Manhattanville College Sports Business Career Fair Where: Reid Castle on the Manhattanville College campus When: Friday, November 22nd from 10AM-2PM.   How: Attendance is free. Who: This annual event is developed by the Manhattanville Sport Business Management Master’s Degree Program, and is being offered to anyone interested in pursuing a career in […]

Adam Bryant

Adam Bryant of The New York Times to Speak at Manhattanville College

The School of Graduate and Professional Studies (GPS) at Manhattanville College will host a networking reception and special program featuring Adam Bryant, The New York Times “Corner Office” columnist, on Monday, Nov. 18, from 5:30-7:00 pm. The event will be held at Manhattanville’s historic Reid Castle in Purchase, NY, attracting members of the Manhattanville community, […]

Westchester Philharmonic Celebrates 30 Years with Big Plans for 2012-2013 Season

Westchester Philharmonic Celebrates 30 Years with Big Plans for 2012-2013 Season

When the Westchester Philharmonic was founded in 1983 as The New Orchestra of Westchester, the small group of community-minded volunteers who were the orchestra’s backers hoped to simply survive the first season. They could not have imagined that, 30 years later, the Westchester Philharmonic would be the county’s largest and most highly accomplished performing arts […]