“Reflections” was formed by its present leader, Paul Bastone, in the Spring of 1999. It is a recognized, non-profit 501(c)(3) Community Organization. We rehearse weekly and perform regularly throughout the year. All the members of the band (both professional and amature) are all volunteers who receive no salary but are rewarded by the good feeling they get from performing for diverse audiences and the knowledge that they are helping to preserve the Big Band sound. Their dedication is further bolstered by the applause and verbal appreciation they receive from their audiences. We welcome your suggestions so please don’t hesitate to drop us an email at email@example.com
We extend special thanks to Exxon Mobil for granting funds to purchase music and maintain our equipment, The Village of Suffern for their special support, many individual contributors, and of course, the various organizations,Town Recreation Departments, Hospitals, Churches, and Temples that invite us to perform and provide the operating revenue that insures our continued success!
“Reflections” is available to play for organizations, government functions, town concerts etc. Since its inception, the band has performed concerts sponsored by the Pearl River Public Library, Town of Haverstraw Summer Concert Series, the Nanuet Public Library, Suffern Recreation Dept., Helen Hayes Rehabilitation Hospital, Village of Greenwood Lake, Hillsdale Public Library, Village of Montebello, Meals On Wheels, Sunrise Assisted Living, Robert Yeager Health Center, Mendham Golf & Tennis Club, Congregation Shomrei Emunah, Finkelstein Free Library, Tuxedo Performing Arts Group, Rockland Family Shelter, Pearl River Library, PR Elks Club, Friedwald House, Ye Ole '76 House, Allendale Community For Mature Living, the Lotos Club NYC and many others.
Tax deductible donations, used to purchase music, pay performance royalties, and maintain equipment, are always welcome and may be sent to: Reflections Jazz & Swing Orchestra, Inc. at 67 South Lilburn Drive, Garnerville, New York 10923.