2018 Concert Schedule
The Nassau Pops Symphony Orchestra
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For the last thirteen years, audience members have been entertained by The Nassau Pops Symphony Orchestra at the benefit performances for Cerebral Palsy of Nassau County at Long Island’s Tilles Center for the Performing Arts. The concert this year will take place on Sunday, October 14, 2018 at 3pm. We are pleased to present Let’s Hang On, America’s #1 Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons Tribute Show. This powerhouse group of entertainers pays homage to this world renowned group by capturing the trademark vocal virtuosity, tight harmonies and crisp choreography that made The Four Seasons one of the greatest groups of all time! Together with The Nassau Pops, this finely tuned production will present all of the memorable hits of the Four Seasons that have audiences on their feet singing and dancing.
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The Nassau Pops Symphony Orchestra performs your most beloved music favorites from Broadway, Television and the Movies. Whether it be the beautiful melodies of Rodgers and Hammerstein or the exciting screen music of John Williams, you can always count on The Nassau Pops to present a great mixture of popular and light classical music.
The Nassau Pops has performed with Marvin Hamlisch, singer/recording artist Linda Eder, songwriter Jimmy Webb, singer/impressionist Marilyn Michaels, and The Cast of Beatlemania. Their concert with tenor, Michael Amante, was seen nationwide and nominated for a New York Emmy Award. Their concerts have also featured performances with Saturday Night Live’s Joe Piscopo as well as the original members of The Brooklyn Bridge.
Since 2004, audience members have been entertained by The Nassau Pops at the benefit performances for Cerebral Palsy of Nassau County at Long Island’s Tilles Center for the Performing Arts. NEFCU is the title sponsor of these performances. We are proud of the partnership that has developed between our two organizations which celebrates of opening of NEFCU’s doors with many new locations in both Nassau and Suffolk Counties.