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Andrew Kovalenko, 4th Year, email@example.com
Rebecca Graham, 3rd Year, firstname.lastname@example.org
Andrew: Hey guys. I’m Andrew Kovalenko, a fourth year majoring in Computer Science, minoring in Religious Studies, and co-directing in PKG Concerts. I hail from the exotic locale of Northern Virginia, so if you’re looking for a good dry cleaners in the area, I know a guy. If you catch me bumming around Grounds, come say hey (but don’t take it personally if I’m unresponsive, because there’s a good chance I have some sort of music going and didn’t hear you)! Ask me what I’m listening to – it’s as likely to be Mac Demarco or Andrew Bird as it is to be Rich Gang or Sonny Rollins.
Any questions, comments, concerns– talk to Rebecca. But on the reals, if you’re at all interested in PKG and what we do (namely, concerts and other music-related event programming), let’s talk.
Rebecca: If you are reading this it’s too late. Just kidding, you’re right on time. I’m Rebecca Graham, a third year majoring in Spanish with a minor in Studio Art, and co-director of PKG Concerts. On the side, I am a professional beekeeper, the CEO of Google, and a hermit crab. Music is extremely important to me, so I hope I can help bring some delicious tunage into your life. My favorite song of all time is “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” by Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell. Any questions, comments, concerns– talk to Andrew. HA, kidding, I’m always down to talk about music, or pretty much anything, so hit me up, friends!
First and foremost, the PKG Concerts Committee is a community. We’re a group of kids motivated and moved by music discovery, truly dedicated to delivering only the highest caliber representation of our tastes in the form of live performance. In the past year, we’ve been honored to host a band of Toronto post-hardcore champions (METZ), a handful of brilliant Los Angeles beat smiths (Made In Heights, Shlohmo), a timeless Atlanta rap icon (Big Boi), and many more that have captivated our diverse and ever-developing interests with impassioned talent and powerful originality. We’re eager to continue giving UVA students and Charlottesville residents alike a slice of our iPod playlists, bringing them to life on the stage for everyone to enjoy.