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The Staller Center Gala hosted by Kelli O’Hara and Sutton Foster was a success despite coronavirus concerns

Rabia Gursoy March 11, 2020
The 2020 Staller Center gala was packed on March 7 despite Gov. Cuomo’s declaration of a state emergency due to the coronavirus outbreak. The crowd laughed and the night went on with jokes and touching moments.
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Pianist Gilbert Kalish, left, and baritone singer Randal Scarlata, right, presented music from Schuberts final year at the Staller Center on Wednesday, Nov. 6. ALEK LEWIS/THE STATESMAN

Gilbert Kalish and Randall Scarlata Perform songs from Schubert’s final year at the Staller Center

Alek Lewis November 11, 2019
Baritone Randall Scarlata and pianist Gilbert Kalish presented “Triumph and Tragedy: Songs from Schubert’s Final Year” at the Staller Center for the Arts Recital Hall on Wednesday, Nov. 6.
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USG announces two more artists that will perform at Brookfest

Krysten Massa April 10, 2015
The Undergraduate Student Government has now announced the second act that will be performing at the Brookfest 2015: B.o.B.
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Spanish Harlem Orchestra performs at Staller Center

Sarah Kirkup October 27, 2014
For Oscar Hernandez, conductor of the Spanish Harlem Orchestra, is getting on stage and performing with his group their style of Latin jazz music is the dream.
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Indie rock group Vampire Weekend leaves listeners thirsty for more

Jessica McKay September 22, 2014
“Modern Vampires of the City” is indie rock sensation Vampire Weekend’s latest album. The album has not only helped the band maintain their success, but also flourish in the rock community.
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Arcade Fire dance and dabble in new sounds

Jon Winkler October 30, 2013
Curiosity must have hit some people when they saw Arcade Fire perform for “Saturday Night Live” on Sept. 28. It was the first televised performance of Arcade Fire since they concluded the tour of their 2010 Grammy-winning tour de force “The Suburbs” and since they began a curious ad campaign behind their upcoming album. Something seemed very off: these were the faces of Arcade Fire, but no one could recall them in such a strange style.
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