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is composed of classically trained violist and
violinist Wil Baptiste and Kev Marcus who combine
their classical training and hip-hop influences to
create a distinctive multi-genre sound that is
often described as “classical boom."
Impossible Tour will spread the message that
anything is possible and there are no limits to
what one can achieve, regardless of circumstance.
The focus is positivity and encouragement. As Wil
Baptiste puts it, “When you come to a Black Violin
concert, there are so many people in the audience
experiencing something together. To me, that’s what
our show does, it brings people together. Not only
that, but you’re being also inspired, you’re being uplifted,
you’re able to see something you probably have
never seen before.”
transports audiences from their everyday lives to a
fantasy world through its trademark use of magical
lighting and imagery. In an endless search for
another gravity, Artistic Director Moses Pendleton
combines athletic dance, riveting music, outrageous
costumes, inventive props and pure talent to create
an entertaining multimedia experience that will
surprise, enchant and astonish.
Visual Arts students at County College of
Morris (CCM) are showcasing their creations at the Art
Upstairs Gallery at MPAC now through April 18th.
The exhibition, featuring approximately 35
pieces, is being curated by artist and CCM Professor Todd
“CCM’s Portfolio Class holds an exhibit at the
end of each semester in the Art Gallery on campus,” says
Doney. “I had my spring class frame one or two extra pieces
to exhibit at the MPAC.” Doney also turned to other CCM
student-artists to provide additional items. “I scouted out
exceptional work from all our visual arts classes,” he
The 2022 show marks CCM’s return to MPAC
following a two-year long hiatus due to the pandemic. This
is the eighth year MPAC is hosting the CCM Art Students
The Art Upstairs Gallery is a gift of the John
and Margaret Post Foundation.
Mayo Performing Arts Center, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit
organization, presents a wide range of programs that entertain,
enrich, and educate the diverse population of the region and
enhance the economic vitality of Northern New Jersey.
IS GRATEFUL TO THE FOLLOWING DONORS WHOSE MAJOR SUPPORT HELPS
TO SUSTAIN THE GENERAL OPERATING NEEDS OF OUR ORGANIZATION