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Whitney Center for the Arts presents a Dynamic Concert of Female Performers

PITTSFIELD MA Whitney Center for the Arts presents a dynamic trio of female performers Live in Concert on Friday, July 20th at 8pm.  The concert is co-headlined by Diana Alvarez and Pamela Means with opening act, Nicole M. Young.

Pamela Means, Internationally recognized musician.

Pamela Means is an internationally recognized singer, songwriter, jazz musician, composer, and producer whose multiple honors include being named Falcon Ridge Folk Festival’s #1 Most Wanted New Artist and Wisconsin Folk Artist of the year. Curve Magazine calls Means “one of the fiercest guitar players and politically-rooted singer-songwriters in the music industry today.”

Diana Alvarez, whose voice Natalie Merchant called "soulful and natural."

Diana Alvarez is a Xicana singer-songwriter, poet, documentary filmmaker, and scholar whose voice has been described as “soulful and natural” by Natalie Merchant.

Nicole M. Young, recipient of the 2009 James Baldwin Memorial Playwriting Award from the FCMTC

Opening Act, Poet/Playwright Nicole M. Young is the recipient of the 2009 James Baldwin Memorial Playwriting Award from the Five Colleges Multicultural Theater Committee and has since been produced in Michigan and New York City.

Tickets for this one night only event are available at Reservations may be made by calling 413-443-0289.  Tickets are $15 and include coffee or tea.  Beer and wine will be available for purchase.

Located at 42 Wendell Avenue in Downtown Pittsfield, Whitney Center for the Arts, a presenting and producing arts center, homes art galleries, having represented artists from over 200 countries; and presents Comedies, Drama, Musicals, Concerts, Opera Nights, Cabarets plus events for teens and children in an intimate, air-conditioned performance venue.



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