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A list of musicals that changed Broadway will most certainly include Oklahoma and Company,
A profile of the most celebrated music producer in Britain, Sir George Martin.
Relish this 1988 â€śwork of geniusâ€ť in which dancers embody the ecstasy of art that transforms.ď»ż
Julia Figueras welcomes the acclaimed â€śpremier menâ€™s vocal ensemble in the United Statesâ€ť (Fanfare), Cantus to WXXI's studios
Cellist Natasha Farny and pianist Anne Kissel visit to play romantic cello music from Poland.
The Antara Winds bring music by Patterson, Zemlinsky, and Stuart Balcomb to the Hochstein stage.
Hear Concentus sing a bouquet of beautiful choral music for women's voices.
Pianists Doleen Hood and Joseph Werner team up to play Sergei Rachmaninoff's dramatic and virtuosic second suite for two pianos.
The innovative and exciting Eastman Saxophone Project comes to Live from Hochstein, to play music by contemporary composers Stephen Bryant, Michael Djubpstrom, and Adam Gorb, as well as some music by Ravel.
RPO principal flutist Rebecca Gilbert brings together a mix of classical music and jazz, in music by Mike Mower, Jeff Tyzik, and Dave Mancini.
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