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As we prepare for Thanksgiving, host Robert Hammond cooks up a Stage Notes stuffed
This week enjoy music for two guitars and the Symphonie espagnole by Edouard Lalo.
This week enjoy a variety of music and performers, including tenor PlÃ¡cido Domingo and the Sphinx Virtuosi.
Backstage Pass shines the spotlight on three rising stars of the string program at the Eastman School of Music.
What do you get when you combine A Twist of Lemmon, on stage at Downstairs Cabaret's Winton Place location through November 15,
Music by Brahms, Bridge, and Hubeau, along with a couple spirituals in a program from musicians who teach at Roberts Wesleyan College: Michael Landrum, Jeffrey McGhee, Paul Shewan, and Alex Trygstad.
Join host Michael Feinstein this month on Song Travels and meet Eleni Mandell, an LA-based vocalist and songwriter that draws inspiration from Tom Waits and Chuck E. Weiss (12/26).
This month we hear Tsontakis' recently premiered Coraggio for String Orchestra, Debussy's final orchestral composition Jeux: Poeme danse, and John Adam's Shaker Loops.
In this month, hear Pittsford, NY Baritone Aaron Bigeleisen sing the music of Schubert and Christopher O-Riley interview young musicians at The Fischoff National Chamber Music Competition.
This month the San Fransisco Symphony presents Ives' Three Places in New England, which features recognizable hymns reimagined in 20th century harmony. Gil Shaham can be heard on violin.
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