“We are delighted to return to the PAC…especially as we embark on our milestone 25th season. I can’t think of a more fitting tribute, both to the theater and to our Silver Anniversary, than to help breathe life back into this charming and historic venue. We look forward to calling this our home for the next 25 years and beyond.” – Richard F. Regan, Conductor, NYWS
The New York Wind Symphony Returns Home to the Sugar Loaf Performing Arts Center
Warwick, NY (May 16th, 2014) – The New York Wind Symphony is excited to announce its return home to the Sugar Loaf Performing Arts Center just in time for the start of its upcoming 2014-2015 season. The Mid-Hudson Civic Center has signed a purchase agreement and management contract for acquisition of the state of the art Performing Arts Center in nearby Sugar Loaf, NY and it will reopen its doors this summer. The size of the facility is very complimentary to the needs of the Wind Symphony, with seating capacity of 689 in the main indoor stage and lawn seating in the outdoor amphitheater for up to 3500.
The Wind Symphony, led by award-winning conductor, Richard F. Regan, is comprised of some of the region’s finest symphonic winds and percussionists with a special affinity for wind band music.