|9:00-10:00||Split The Bill
|10:00-11:00||Clyde Forth Visual Theatre
|11:00-12:00||Smoke Free Forest
|12:00-1:00||Split The Bill
|1:00-2:00||A Perfect Gift: All That Is Jazz
|2:00-3:30||Red Hot Mamas with Betty MacDonald and Friends|
The Red Hot Mamas Return: three of the Hudson Valleyâs greatest jazz and blues vocalists, and recording artists, are back together again for this special performance at the 8th Annual Womenâs Health Expo. These well known entertainers are Betty MacDonald, Terry Blaine and Nancy Donnelly. They will be performing with Peter Tomlinson on keyboards and Jim Curtin on bass, providing a backup that will create the perfect accompaniment for these singers to weave their magic groove. This is a sizzling combination of musicians that have wowed audiences in concert halls, night clubs, and jazz festivals in the USA and internationally. They will grace the stage at the Expo from 2 - 3:30. Each singer has her own unique style and repertoire and when they come together for a grand finale, the house will be rockinâ !! Youâll have no doubt why these vocalists have earned the title of Red Hot Mamas.
A Perfect Gift: All That Is Jazzâ¢ is a project of the Artist's Alliance Against Violence, Inc., a non-profit organization dedicated to creating vehicles for individuals to express themselves through the arts and be respectfully heard. The musicians and dancers of A Perfect Gift: All That Is Jazzâ¢ focus on developing their own choreography and compositions, as well as performing Jazz standards. Jazz, in itself, is a sublime example of how the violence of slavery has been transformed into a national classical music form, which embraces people of all races and sociological backgrounds.
For additional information about A Perfect Gift: All That Is Jazzâ¢, visit www.aaavinc.org.
For additional information about Split The Bill, visit www.SplitTheBill.net .
Clyde Forth Visual Theatre is dedicated to creating emotionally raw, intellectually wry and physically complex contemporary performance for specific sites and intimate settings. The ensemble uses various combinations of movement, text, video, sound and visual art in a structured improvisational context. Always powerful, and never the same twice.
For additional information about Clyde Forth Visual Theatre, visit www.clydeforth.net.