N.Y Swing Exchange to close summer concert series

| 28 Sep 2011 | 02:15

    WARWICK-The New York Swing Exchange will perform at Stanley-Deming Park between 7:30 and 9:30 on Sunday Aug. 29. This will be the Warwick Village Board's final concert of the summer. The New York Swing Exchange is an 18 piece big band consisting of five saxophones, four trumpets, piano, guitar, bass, drums and a female vocalist the repertoire is a mix of traditional and contemporary big band styles. The group plays often in the Orange County area for concerts and dances. For those who enjoy ballroom dancing the New York Swing Exchange plays once a month at the Owen Murphy Inn in Goshen. The members of the band are mostly music teachers or professional musicians. The group features Maureen Morrissey on vocals. They will present a mix of Count Basie, Duke Ellington, Glenn Miller and much more. Spectators can bring lawn chairsw if you want to just sit and listen or bring a dancing partner and shake a leg. The summer concerts concerts were made possible in part through donations from The Bank of New York, The Kennedy Companies, Lehman & Getz Engineering, Country Chevrolet & Oldsmobile, Claudia Vaccaro Real Estate, Bonacic, Blustein & Krahulik LLP, Peter Barlet Attorney and Degraw & DeHann Architects. The Warwick Lions sponsor the Dial A Bus to pick up seniors at 7 p.m. and provide balloons for the children. The Warwick Reformed Church has offered the church in case of rain. Concert Committee members are Village Truster George McManus, Jack and Marge Porter, Miri Saperstein and Jerry Sommer.