This just in: The White Plains Performing Arts Center and the American Red Cross in Westchester County have joined together to present a benefit concert on Friday evening, March 26 at 8 p.m. The event will be held in the WPPAC theater on the third level of City Center in downtown White Plains.
The concert is a celebration of the 1972 Elvis Presley Las Vegas concert “The Legend Lives.” Dr. Nazar Sayegh of Yonkers has been performing as Elvis Presley for over 20 years on stages all over the world and was given the prestigious EPIIA Hall of Fame Award for his role as the “King.” His many fans say he is as close to the “real thing” as one can get. The “Elvis – The Legend Lives: The Concert” 18-piece orchestra will be lead by Sal Mazzola, who has been musical director and conductor for the production for more than a decade. Linda Miller & the Girls Next Door will be featured as Diana Ross and The Supremes.
Proceeds from the event will benefit relief efforts in Westchester County and the White Plains Performing Arts Center’s community programs.
The ticket price is $45 for all seats; groups of 12 or more are eligible for a 10% discount.
For further information about the event or to purchase tickets to the concert, visit www.wppac.com or call the box office at 914-328-1600.