The Jupiter String Quartet’s performance will include Mozart’s Quartet in E-flat Major, K. 428; Prokofiev’s Quartet No. 2 in F Major, Op. 92; and Mendelssohn’
Simone has starred in various impressive roles on Broadway, including the musical Aida as Aida, the nationally-touring production of RENT as Mimi, and the long-running production of The Lion King. Simone is also a unique singer, songwriter, and performer whose style spans a diverse repertoire of pop, soul, jazz, rock and funk genres, echoing the tradition of her mother, musical icon and pioneer Nina Simone. Her performance has awed audiences at noteworthy venues around the globe such as the Sydney Opera House, the Montreaux Jazz Festival, and Los Angeles’ Hollywood Bowl. Additionally, Simone can be heard on Tyler Perry’s, For Colored Girls movie soundtrack singing a new rendition of her mother Nina’s original classic “Four Women.” Simone has released two solo albums, Simone Superstar and Simone on Simone. Look for her new album to be released in 2012.
Tickets for Simone’s performance are $35 and $45; and for the Jupiter String Quartet’s concert $25 and $35 with discounts for students, seniors, and subscribers. Three-event subscribers will save 10%, while five-event subscribers will save 30%. Subscribers enjoy additional benefits including priority seating. To learn more about the AU PAC and to view the season schedule, please visit aupac.adelphi.edu or call the AU PAC Box Office at (516) 877-4000.
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