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|Feb 10, 2013-|
Feb 10, 2013
07:30PM - 09:30PM
|My Funny Valentine – Love Songs by Rodgers & Hart|
My Funny Valentine is a benefit concert for the NVC Performing Arts Center Piano Fund at NVC Foundation
Napa Valley College Performing Arts Center
The Bay Area community is invited as Napa Valley College presents crooner Roberto-Juan Gonzalez and the Michael Parsons Jazz Trio performing "My Funny Valentine - Love Songs by Rodgers & Hart". This Valentine's event will be a benefit concert for the Piano Fund of the NVC Performing Arts Center at the NVC Foundation.
Take a trip down memory lane with songs by two of America's greatest songwriters featuring music by Richard Rodgers and lyrics by Lorenz Hart. The evening's performance presents various hits from the many composers of the American Songbook, and features Michael Parsons on piano, Adam Guy on bass, and Ulf Bjorkbom on drums. The magic happens on Sunday, February 10, 2013 at 7:30pm in the Napa Valley College Main Theater in the new Performing Arts Center. If "Bewitched", "You Took Advantage of Me", and "Spring is Here" bring back memories for you and your love, this concert is for you!
Admission: $20 General; $15 Students, Seniors, Military. Tickets are on sale at the Napa Valley College Box Office (707)-256-7500 or can be prepurchased online at www.musicnapavalley.org. Tickets may also be available the night of the event at the Box Office, one hour before show time. Visa and MasterCard are accepted.
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