A lineup of talented performers from the Schulich School of Business will come together on Nov. 25 to present SchulichPalooza, an event that supports the York Cares United Way Campaign.
Running from 11:30am to 2pm in the Robert McEwan Auditorium, the inaugural SchulichPalooza will feature the talents of Schulich faculty, staff and students.
Headlining the program are accomplished pianist Professor Markus Giesler accompanied by vocalist Kayla Irwin, and The Joe & Steve Band, featuring instructors Joe Fayt and Stephen Friedman.
Showcasing Schulich’s staff participation is Tom Elmer accompanied by ScIrish, a Celtic band playing “a happy mix of Scottish, Irish and East Coast music.”
The MBA and BBA talent pool is very impressive, and some of these performers have released more than one CD.
Tickets for the performance are on sale now, and can be purchased at the CIBC Market Café or Tuchner’s. Admission is $5 and includes pizza, which guests can enjoy during the show.
Prizes to be won
- executive wine collectors set, donated by TPS Promotions & Incentives, valued at $70;
- lunch for two in the Schulich Executive Dining Room, donated by the Executive Learning Centre, valued at $75;
- dinner for two at one of three Cibo Wine Bar locations, donated by Liberty Entertainment Group, valued at $150;
- oil service for BMW or Mercedes, donated by Luxury Autosport, valued at $150 to $200; and
- dinner for two at Bosk Restaurant, donated by Toronto’s Shangri-La hotel, valued at $200.
Tickets for these prizes are $5 each or $10 for three.
Other prizes include:
- one night’s stay for two people, plus two adult ski passes, donated by Horseshoe Resort, valued at $330;
- stretch SUV rental, donated by Luxury Coach Limousine Services, valued at $500; and
- photography gift certificate (portrait, wedding, corporate or social), donated by New Paramount Studios, valued at $1,500.
Tickets for these prizes are $10 each or $20 for three.
Tickets for the table prizes can only be purchased with cash. They will be on sale from 9:30am until noon on Nov. 25 in the Schulich north lobby. Ticket holders do not have to be present to claim a prize, but must be 19 years or older.
For more on the York Cares United Way Campaign, visit the campaign website.