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R. Rex Parris New Season at Lancaster Performance Arts Center

The City of Lancaster has navigated the turbulent waters of a struggling economy and, in the process, continued to advance the Arts in the Antelope Valley. We have grown and flourished as a community with deep-seeded respect for our history and our culture. This is evidenced by the multitude of performances drawing crowds to the Antelope Valley’s entertainment Mecca, theLancaster Performing Arts Center (LPAC). Our City is committed to further enhance the livability and quality of the community by providing a level of arts and entertainment which engages, uplifts and inspires us all.

Cultivation of the arts is an essential element in the vibrancy of our community, one which is key to residents from all walks of life. As such, the arts must be vehemently supported and sustained. The City of Lancaster is working hand-in-hand with the LPAC Foundation as an unyielding cohesive force driven to expose the Valley’s youth to the performing arts.Thousands of youth are impacted annually through the Arts for Youth Program, which provides for scholarships, bus funds, school shows, and various outreach projects that make reaching our City’s most precious citizens possible.

I am deeply appreciative of all the efforts and contributions of our patrons, sponsors, Foundation members, and staff, which enable us to continue to flourish as a progressive City centered on the betterment of lives through the appreciation of the Arts. I especially wish to thank Ralph Bozigian, Lou Bozigian and Scott Ehrlich for their tireless dedication to the Arts in the City of Lancaster.
Sincerely,
R. Rex Parris, Mayor

Great New Things coming to the BLVD!

New Independent Film Theatre!

New Lancaster Museum / Art Gallery!

New Micro Brewery!

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June 1, 2011 Posted by | Lancaster blvd, Lancaster Mayor, LPAC, r rex parris | , , , | Leave a comment

Love and Happiness will be in the Air at LPAC this February



Love and Happiness will be in the Air at LPAC this February

Lancaster Performing Arts Center February 2011 Calendar

Lancaster, CA. 01/13/2011 – The Lancaster Performing Arts Center has a show for every Valentine this loving season.

Performance:              Saxophone Symphonette, under the direction of Lee Matalon

Date(s):                       Friday, February 11th @ 8:00 PM

Tickets:                       Black Box Theater: $17 / Seniors & Military $15.30

Website:                      www.leematalon.com

Press Contact:            Lee Matalon, (661) 478-4022

bebop44@verizon.net

 

Get ready for Valentine’s Day with an evening of downtown jazz. Accompanied by a dynamic rhythm section, this virtuosic saxophone quintet will be playing everything from Bach to BeBop.

 

 

Performance:              Debby Boone: “Reflections of Rosemary”
Date(s):                       Saturday, February 12th @ 8:00 PM

Tickets:                       Orchestra $40 / Balcony $35

Website:                      www.debbyboone.net

Press Contact:            Susan Munao, (818) 505-1230

 

American singer and theatre actress, Debby Boone has such a remarkable presence and emotionally engaged voice that she has been able to gracefully attune her career to suit her artistic whim. While best known for her contemporary breakout hit, “You Light Up My Life,” Boone is possibly more beloved for her roles in stage productions on Broadway, and her personal dedication to creating Christian music. In her current tour, however, Boone will be sharing a deeply heart-felt tribute to her late mother-in-law, the beloved singer Rosemary Clooney.

 


Lancaster, CA. 01/13/2011 – The Lancaster Performing Arts Center has a show for every Valentine this loving season.

Performance:              Saxophone Symphonette, under the direction of Lee Matalon

Date(s):                       Friday, February 11th @ 8:00 PM

Tickets:                       Black Box Theater: $17 / Seniors & Military $15.30

Website:                      www.leematalon.com

Press Contact:            Lee Matalon, (661) 478-4022

bebop44@verizon.net

 

Get ready for Valentine’s Day with an evening of downtown jazz. Accompanied by a dynamic rhythm section, this virtuosic saxophone quintet will be playing everything from Bach to BeBop.

 

 

Performance:              Debby Boone: “Reflections of Rosemary”
Date(s):                       Saturday, February 12th @ 8:00 PM

Tickets:                       Orchestra $40 / Balcony $35

Website:                      www.debbyboone.net

Press Contact:            Susan Munao, (818) 505-1230

 

American singer and theatre actress, Debby Boone has such a remarkable presence and emotionally engaged voice that she has been able to gracefully attune her career to suit her artistic whim. While best known for her contemporary breakout hit, “You Light Up My Life,” Boone is possibly more beloved for her roles in stage productions on Broadway, and her personal dedication to creating Christian music. In her current tour, however, Boone will be sharing a deeply heart-felt tribute to her late mother-in-law, the beloved singer Rosemary Clooney.

 


 

January 16, 2011 Posted by | LPAC, Valentine’s Day | , , , | Leave a comment