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John Lennon

Center

The John Lennon Center is dedicated to keeping the music and the literary, artistic and cultural achievements of John Lennon alive for current and future generations to appreciate, and to inspire others involved in the creative arts.Yoko Ono at John Lennon Center

John Lennon Center for Music and TechnologyThe Center includes much of the College’s most sophisticated audio, video, multi-media, music technology and film studios. Located in the center of the College, the space enables students to gain the educational experience of working in world-class sound and visual environments.

 

In addition, the College has a growing collection in the John Lennon Archive located in the College’s Main Library. Displays describing and illuminating the works and talents of John Lennon are open to the public and can be visited.

Martin Cohen, Chair ~ Vice-President, Finance & Administration
Peter Shukat, Vice Chair ~ Attorney-at-LawShukat, Arrow, Hefer and Weber
Prof. Paul Michael Barkan ~ Music Technology Faculty
Prof. Larry Brittain ~ English /Theatre Faculty
Charlie Feldman ~ V.P., B.M.I.
Prof. Susan Gaide ~ Music Business Faculty
Andrew Gibson ~ Archives
Mark Goldstein ~ Professional Manager
Sanford Hinden ~ Executive Director of Dix Hills Performing Arts Center
Richie Jones ~ Record Producer
Prof. Joseph Kuhl ~ Audio Recording Faculty
Elliot Luber ~ IBM
Steve Levy ~ Suffolk County Executive
Krysti O’Rourke ~ Career Services
Frank Petrone ~ Huntington Town Supervisor
Anthony Pomes ~ Square One Publishers
Brian Rothchild ~ John Lennon Songwriting Contest
Prof. Gerry Saulter ~ Music Performance Faculty
Matt Wolfe ~ Music Director, WBAB


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The Tribute to Lionel Hampton and Ella Fitzgerald was wonderfully fine jazz. DHPAC has the best Jazz on Long Island and is to be applauded for keeping the history, understanding and appreciation of Jazz alive on Long Island. Your big band Jazz shows are fantastic and the Guitar Extravaganzas with Pete Rogine and his talent students are the best. Jazz is alive at DHPAC.

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