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WXXI President & CEO Norm Silverstein and WXXI board member Mark Clearyï»¿ discuss the recent affiliation between WXXI and the Little.
From Over the Rainbow to Under the Sea, the musical Hollywood Sings explores the history of motion pictures through popular songs that have come to define every generation.
Monday, January 2
Datebook: Rouse's "Concert de Gaudi"
Brahmsâ€™ smashing kaleidoscope of student drinking songs
Tuesday, January 3
Datebook: Rachmaninoff dances
Performances from Tafelmusik and the Boston Pops
The poetry of a 10th-century Armenian monk beautifully set by 20th century artist Alfred Schnittke
Before we dive into 2012, letâ€™s look back at memorable performances of the past year.
You have your own list. Hereâ€™s mine.
Witness the movement of citizen activists who fought to bring down the brutal system of apartheid in South Africa.ï»¿
The Makepeace Brothers and Mikaela Davisï»¿ take the stage for an incredible musical event.
Great Performances presents Anna Deavere Smithâ€™s acclaimed Let Me Down Easy, examining the body and the body politic with insight, humor and compassion.
Watch dramatic re-creations that bring to life the story of the Egyptian empire.ï»¿
Five teenagers stigmatized by being in Special Ed. struggle to articulate how their brains work, and discover that they are smarter than they thought.
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