Celebrate the season with live music at "A Not so Silent Night"—The Picture House’s second annual holiday concert this Saturday, December 14th from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. (doors open at 4:30 p.m.)

The family-friendly concert will feature performances by some of the area’s most talented musicians including Andrew Cole & The Bravo Hops, Alison Leah, Warren Banholzer and Friends, and more, on the stage in the Main Hall.

“There are so many talented musicians right here in Southern Westchester and we love being able to showcase a number of them at our holiday concert,” said Clayton Bushong, Director of Programming at The Picture House Regional Film Center. “We were thrilled by the response from the community at last year’s sold-out show and are looking forward to another fun music-filled night at what has become a new Picture House holiday tradition.”

All proceeds from "A Not so Silent Night" will benefit TPH’s Light Up the Screen Fund. The fund allows The Picture House to share the magic of the movies with underserved and underprivileged communities by providing movie admission to regularly scheduled screenings throughout the year.

“Community is at the core of our mission at The Picture House,” said Laura deBuys, Executive Director and President of TPH. “We believe that bringing people together to share arts and culture in a welcoming environment like TPH, whether it’s a movie or live performance like our annual holiday concert, does make a difference in people’s lives.”

"A Not so Silent Night" tickets are $20 general admission. For more information and tickets please visit www.thepicturehouse.org or call (914) 738-3161.

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