The Binghamton University Music Department and Art Museum Collaborate
| September 13, 2018
The Binghamton University Music Deparment and Art Museum present
‘Portraits of New York’, an evening of jazz piano and vocals performed by Laurence Elder (pictured left) along with readings about New York City, the a visit down the hall to the Art Museum to view ‘Urban Studies: Photographs by N. Jay Jaffee.’ René Neville (pictured right) of the Music Department and Diane Butler of the Art Museum join us to talk about the concert, and the exhibit, which is on display throught December 8.
Photo credit: Binghamton University Music Department
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