While the COVID-19 Pandemic may have closed Concert Halls, El Paso Pro-Musica (EPPM) officials say ‘the shows must go on’ via a Virtual 2020-2021 Season.
Since the beginning of the Pandemic, EPPM has continued to work to engage the community and collaborate to insure that Music is used to soothe, heal and educate.
Artistic Director Zuill Bailey has created a Virtual Season that is designed as a Thank You to the community.
“Our Community has supported El Paso Pro-Musica, and now, it’s our turn to say, thank you, for their generosity!” said Artistic Director Zuill Bailey. “We present an incredible virtual season that you can now enjoy from the comfort of your home. We ask for your contributions to insure that our artists and our incredible outreach and community engagement programs continue.”
The Concerts this Season will be available on the Website on designated days, and instead of the usual tickets, EPPM hopes that patrons will make donations to insure the stability of the organization.
El Paso Pro-Musica is making it very easy for patrons to enjoy incredible performances. They simply have to go to the EPPM website and the Concerts will be made available on the Home Page.
The first performance by Pianist Richard Dowling is just one week away, set for Wednesday, September 23 at 6:00 p.m.
The fabulous renowned Pianist will perform works by Gershwin, Chopin, Scott Joplin and the fabulous movie from the Academy Award Winning Motion Picture, “The Sting,” and Music saluting our Stars and Stripes.
Prior to Each Concert, Lively Conversations will be included with Artistic Director Zuill Bailey, Executive Director Felipa Solis and Special Guest Artists.
The First Pre-Concert Interview will feature a lively conversation with Richard Dowling about his experiences living in New York during the Pandemic, his recovery from the COVID-19 Virus, and his work during this pandemic.