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Auditions for Music Director and Musicians

for KBKabaret's house band. These are Paid Positions. This is a new variety show format broadcasted regionally as well as all over the country.... There are live and recorded shows Auditions in the Unitarian Church, 183 Riverside Dr., Binghamton, NY this Saturday January 31 and Sunday February 1, 2-5pm By Appointment only. For Appointment and more information Call:  607-372-0820 and ask for Bree....
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Part Time Creative Designer, Writer, Marketer for Local Concert Presentor

Compensation: Trial Event at not less than $250 for the Event. Immediate increases if and as events become more successful. Part-time; non-profit organization, telecommuting okay IF YOU ARE a Creative Thinker, Marketer AND have a natural Graphic Conceptor/Designer talent (individual or team) who wants to hold a Responsible, fully-in-charge, Part Time Marketing position, READ ON. We want YOU, using all forms of print, email, Social media, etc. to make our Binghamton-based local Non-profit Musical and Silent Film presentation group,...
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Tri-Cities Opera Presents FREE  “Italian Girl in Algiers” Opera Preview Saturday

Tri-Cities Opera will present a free Opera Preview of its forth coming opera “The Italian Girl in Algiers”, Saturday, January 31 at the Tri-Cities Opera Center, 315 Clinton Street, in Binghamton “Here’s a wonderful way to learn a little bit about the production, opera in general and how we go about working with tremendous talent,” said General Director Susan S. Ashbaker. “This opera is a fun comedy and our Opera Preview will offer musical excerpts from...
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Premier of Locally Produced Motion Picture

"The Traffickers"

The Phelps Mansion Museum, in association with Chenango Entertainment & Sweet Stone Productions, will present the premier of “THE TRAFFICKERS”, a motion picture produced entirely in Greater Binghamton. This will be a ‘First Friday’ event on March 6, 2015 at 6:30PM in the Phelps Mansion Museum Ballroom. Admission is $5.00. Please use the Service Entrance on the driveway side. All proceeds will benefit the Phelps Mansion Museum. Seating is limited to 125 patrons—NO RESERVED SEATING. Due to the MATURE...
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Composers at the Confluence

"During World War I, on and around Christmas Day 1914, the sounds of rifles firing and shells exploding faded in a number of places along the Western Front in favor of holiday celebrations in the trenches and gestures of goodwill between enemies." -2009 History Christmas Truce of 1914 (more…)...
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Opening Thursday, February 5, 2015 Artist's Reception 6-9PM

Ken Weir's "The Jonestown Massacre and Other Human Mysteries"

The Jonestown Massacre, a 7 ½' x 4' painting revisits a moment we can never forget.  On November 18, 1978 the members of Jim Jones' religious group, the People's Temple, committed mass suicide by ingesting a cyanide laced drink under orders from their leader, Jim Jones.  The painting shows individuals at various moments of contemplating their drink and their fate.  Ken Weir explains, "We're taught that by taking a pill or...
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