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The Eastman Horn Choir returns for this holiday classic. Stop by or tune in to enjoy festive musical fun with horn players from the Eastman School of Music, led by Peter Kurau.
Yi-Wen Chang plays three centuries of romantic music for the piano, in works by CPE Bach, Chopin, Rachmaninoff, and Jennifer Higdon.
Take some time to enjoy music for flute and piano by Hakim, Clarke, Gubaidulina, Gieseking, and Tsybin with the Semplice Duo.
Explore the world of Beethoven's string quartets with the Amenda Quartet, who are bringing a sampler from their ongoing Project Ludwig to Live from Hochstein.
Discover beautiful music for voice, flute, and piano with the trio Gossamer Edge â€“ mezzo-soprano Allyn van Dusen, flutist Rita George Simmons, and pianist Paula Rodney Bobb.
This bright and brilliant trio from San Diego returns to Rochester with music by Dvorak, Bernstein, and Piazzolla.
Live from Hochstein returns for a new season of lunchtime concerts with a performance by the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra, led by music director Ward Stare in Felix Mendelssohn's Symphony No. 3 (â€śScottishâ€ť).
For many Broadway attendees, dance is vital to excellent musical theatre.
Your friends at WXXI love Arvo PĂ¤rt! Look for "Matthat," "Maath," and "Arphaxad" in this clever video produced by the Tallis Scholars.
Director Bob Fosse categorized many songs from musicals as â€śI wantâ€ť songs.
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