AN EVENING WITH VINCENT PATERSON

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DANCE FILMS ASSOCIATION is thrilled to announce ‘AN EVENING WITH VINCENT PATERSON’ at the SVA Theatre on Thursday, August 25. Paterson will take to the stage for a presentation of clips and imagery, and a discussion about his career with host Joseph A. Berger. Mr. Paterson will also read excerpts from his new memoir.

As a director and choreographer, Vincent Paterson is a thirty-plus year veteran of music video, film, theater, and television, best known for his co-direction and choreography of many legendary artists. Paterson has worked with an extraordinary list of musicians, including: Madonna, Michael Jackson, Van Halen, George Harrison, Ringo Starr, Paul McCartney, Lee Ann Rimes, Diana Ross, Lionel Ritchie, David Lee Roth, Slash, and Whitney Houston.

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Paterson has directed and choreographed over 150 commercials. He has directed two benefits for AIDS Project Los Angeles, featuring performers Madonna, Liza Minnelli, Barbra Streisand, Johnny Mathis, Kenny Logins, Nathalie Cole, Billy Joel, Elton John, Patty Austin, Sarah Brightman, Wynona Judd, Eddie Van Halen, and Sheila E.

For over 15 years, he worked with Michael Jackson on multiple short films such BEAT IT, SMOOTH CRIMINAL and BLOOD ON THE DANCE FLOOR, the BAD TOUR (1987-89) and live performances from the Grammy’s to the Super Bowl Halftime Show.

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A reception will immediately follow in the SVA Theatre lobby.

Tickets on sale now: $20 General Public; $10 Dance Films Members.

Click HERE to purchase.

 

Sources: Dance Films | All Things Michael

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