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Walking in sandals in the afternoon, drinking hot chocolate by evening. April in Rochester is delightfully confusing. Keep the radio playing, and we'll keep singing and dancing through these April showers (snow, rain, and whatever else may come).
It appears that religion permeates our politics and culture. Join Host Robert Hammond as he examines how religion influences musical theatre.
Brenda Tremblay presents classical music, arts and NPR news.
Your dreamscape might be my nightmare. How you perceive minimalism or opera or country and western might be very different than someone else does.
WXXI Program Director Ruth Phinney pointed out this image in the woodgrain of the door to the Music Library. We saw two different things; she, a man with a moustache and me, a dancer.
What do you see?
Live from Hochstein is crossing musical worlds with pianist Deanna Witkowskiï»¿ playing Chopin pieces merged with improvisation and Brazilian music.ï»¿
Live from Hochstein is part of the first Percussion Rochester festival, with a concert of percussion music by Ivan Trevino.
Awake the Voice! Awake the String! A lunchtime in song with mezzo-sorapno Allyn van Dusenï»¿, guitarist Peter Kodzas, and violinist Pia Liptak.
Rosemary Elliott, Assistant Professor of Cello at the Eastman School of Music,ï»¿ plays music by Saint-SaÃ«ns, with pianist Rose Grace.
The chamber music ensemble will share music from their EuphoNY 2012 project and their soon to-be-released CD. ï»¿Watch online!
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