Keyboard virtuoso Patrick Moraz to perform at Bergen Community College's annual Ars Electronica concert.
On March 10 Bergen Community College's Department of Performing Arts presents "Ars Electronica: An Evening With Patrick Moraz" at the Anna Marie Ciccone Theatre. Moraz, a keyboard virtuoso known to progressive rock fans for his work with Yes, The Moody Blues and Bill Bruford, also has released a large catalog of solo albums ranging in style from classical to jazz to Brazilian music and has composed soundtracks for numerous American and European film releases. In keeping with the theme of the series, Moraz will be performing his electronic keyboard works at this concert.
The Ars Electronica series is an annual event started by former Bergen Professor of Music Ron Mazurek. Since Dr. Mazurek's death in 2007 the series has continued in his memory, with ticket sales going toward the Ron Mazurek Scholarship, a fund established to help talented music students pursue their studies at Bergen. Ticket prices are $10 for the general public, $7 for Bergen students.