UPCA's Fall 2015 Calendar
“The Women of Fox Film Festival”
UPCA, in partnership with the Fort Lee Film Commission, presents a centennial salute to Fox Studios with the “The Women of Fox Film Festival.” Each screening includes pre-movie entertainment, Q&A, and special guests.
All shows: 4pm Doors, 5pm Pre-show entertainment, 5:30pm Movie
Tickets: Adults $10 online, $15 at the door; Children under 12 & seniors $5 online, $10 at the door
New York Youth Symphony community concert
November 8, 2015
4:30pm doors; 5pm concert
For the second year the New York Youth Symphony will perform a free community concert at the Palace as a run-up to its Carnegie Hall performance.
The Symphony’s 53rd season opens with classic folklore, including Strauss’s mischievous “Till Eulenspiegel’s Merry Pranks” and Ravel’s enchanting “Mother Goose Suite.” The Roy and Shirley Durst Debut Artist Gabriel Cabezas performs the world premiere of “Lost Coast.” Gershwin’s “An American in Paris” - a lively musical depiction of noisy streets and French cafes – closes the program.
The West Point Band Presents: “Red, White, and BOO!”
Friday, October 30, 2015
7:30pm doors; 8pm showtime
FREE with RSVP
Join the West Point Band, America's oldest Army band for a family friendly night of music sure to get you in the Halloween spirit. The band will play a diverse program with works ranging from Stravinsky to Stevie Wonder, and will feature the band's vocalist, Staff Sgt. Jeremy Gaynor, who recently appeared on NBC's "The Voice."