‘Schmutzinberry Meets More Friends’ featuring Rami Vamos on stage at Picture House on Saturday


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Pelham, NY — Concordia Conservatory presents the show, “Schmutzinberry Meets More Friends”, as part of the Musical Adventures Family Series on Saturday,  March 11 at 11:00 am at The Picture House, 175 Wolfs Lane, Pelham.

With book, music and lyrics by Rami Vamos, “Schmutzinberry Meets More Friends” is  the story of composer Wolfgang Amadeus Schmutzinberry’s latest adventure. A Rabbi, a therapist, and an actor walk onto a stage… but this is no joke! They have arrived just in time to help Wolfgang deal with some of his big feelings through music.

Rami Vamos plays Wolfgang and is joined by cast member Tommy Scheiber and three Concordia Conservatory student musicians.

About the composer Rami Vamos

Combining his talents as a guitarist, educator, writer, and composer, Rami Vamos has created a wide array of original musical events ranging from children’s theater to concert music. His shows encourage people of all ages and backgrounds to explore music in the classical genre. Mr. Vamos works closely with the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center as a writer, composer, and host for both their Chamber Music Beginnings concert series and CMS Kids programs.

Mr. Vamos began his career in education as a New York City Teaching Fellow. He currently teaches general music and conducts in Pelham, NY. In addition to teaching, Mr. Vamos writes two musicals each year for Concordia Conservatory’s Musical Adventures Family Concert Series. In 2007, Concordia received a grant from the New York State Music Fund to commission from him a full-scale musical for youth performers. The work was the subject of a Teen Kid News story which aired nationwide. Teen Kid News has covered several of his other projects including his original musical, “The Monster of Guitaristan,” which premiered at Concordia Conservatory in the spring of 2016.

All ages are welcome at this family-friendly, musical education show. Tickets can be purchased at www.concordiaconservatory.org or at 914-395-4507 $20 adult / $10 child/senior.