PCA Summer Series
Blues Traveler - August 23rd @ 8pm
A quarter-century ago, the four original members of Blues Traveler, who had known each other since their early teens - John Popper, Chandler Kinchla, the late Bobby Sheehan and Brendan Hill - gathered in the basement of their drummer's parents Princeton, NJ, home and the seeds were born for a band who have released a total of nine studio albums, four of which have gone gold, three platinum and one six-times platinum. Read More.
The Spinners - September 1st @ 8pm
Sophisticated up-tempo R&B with precision choreography defines a Spinners show. With over 60 million records sold in their illustrious career, the mighty Spinners have performed for Presidents, received 6 Grammy nominations, and have appeared on TV too many times to count. Read More.
We are proud to announce our 2012 Fall Season to the Public.
- September 7 - The Sax Pack (OnStage Cabaret)
- September 15 - Foreigner (Red Carpet Night Fundraising Gala)
- September 29 - Amos LeeOctober 5 - Aztec/Two Steps (OnStage Cabaret)
- October 14 - Average White Band & Tower of Power
- October 17 - Four Bitchin' BabesOctober 20 - Bernie Williams
- October 21 - Mark O'Connor (Fantastical Classical)
- October 27 - The Music of ABBA - Oct. 27
- November 1 - Janis Ian (OnStage Cabaret)
- November 3 - Seldom Scene - Nov. 3
- November 10 - Copland Birthday Celebration (Fantastical Classical)
- November 17 - En Vogue
For more information on any of the shows above as well as high res art, please do contact us or visit our website www.paramountcenter.org.
About the Paramount Center for the Arts
The Paramount Center for the Arts, a nonprofit cultural organization is dedicated to the presentation of diverse, high-quality programming in live performance, arts-in-education, visual arts, and film. Contributions from foundations, corporations, government and individuals enable the Paramount to provide accessible and affordable cultural programming to over 63,000 people each year. The Paramount Center for the Arts is housed in beautifully restored historic, landmark movie palace built by the renowned architects George and Charles Rapp in 1930. Today, the building is a designated Westchester County Landmark and listed on the State and National Historic Registries.