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Click here for a wide-ranging conversation about new music, religion, conducting, and cell phones with composer Steve Reich and conductor Brad Lubman.
Working at a time when women were expected to stay at home and raise children, Mary Lou Williams forged her own path and created some of the most sophisticated big band hits.
Explore the serene spaces that offer city dwellers a respite from the hustle and bustle of urban life
â€śJackie Robinson is the most important figure in our nationâ€™s most important game.â€ť - Ken Burns.
Find peace and hope with the Musica Spei singing favorite choral masterworks from the Medieval and Renaissance periods.
Soprano Paulina Swierczek and the Eastman Cello Ensemble will perform music by Heitor Villa-Lobos this week on Live from Hochstein.
His music is maddening, wonderful, hypnotic, or repulsive. It depends on who you ask.
I love it. How do you feel?
Steve Reich is coming to town.
This week on Arts InFocus, we see the impact of art at Community Arts Connection at the Arc of Monroe County.
Petar Kodzas plays music that represents three centuries of composers writing for the guitar â€“ with music by Bach, Mauro Giuliani, Federico Moreno Torroba, and RadamĂ©s Gnattali.
The RPO Marimba band plays a great program, with music by Khachaturian, Barber, Tchaikovsky, and more.
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