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I just read an article commemorating George Eastman's passing 80 years ago today. When visitng the George Eastman House recently, I noticed that the program from his memorial service was on display (near his laconic and poignant suicide note). Eastman's memorial service included music by Beethoven, Locatelli, Wagner, and Howard Hanson.
I just got off the phone with John Schaefer for today's edition of Pick 3 on WNYC's "Soundcheck." The challenge: pick three brand new musical releases that you love.
No secret decoder ring needed â€“ the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra Ralph Vaughan Williams CD was released today!
There are copies at the RPO Theatre Shop at Kodak Hall.
Join host Robert Hammond for part two of his discussion with Rochester's own diva, Diane Chevron.
Brenda Tremblay offers classical music, arts news, and a daily mystery quiz.ï»¿
In recognition of Womenâ€™s History Month, Broadway divas will be showcased on Stage Notes.
For nearly three decades, WXXI-FM has been bringing St. Paul Sunday to listeners from 12:00-1:00 p.m.
Join host Robert Hammond as he welcomes professional saxophonist Ben Wood to Stage Notes.
Classical 91.5 listeners are sending composer busts from around the country. Zap yours to Classicalatwxxi.org or connect through facebook. We'd love to see your favorite bust.
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