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It's lovely to spend mornings with you, listening to great recordings from the WXXI library, NPR news, arts features, and . . .

Tell us about a Public Radio Music moment that is special to you

Public radio provides a broad spectrum of musical choices.  Here in Rochester, NY, WXXI public radio provides 24-hour classical music on WXXI-FM 91.5 and a mix of news and Triple-A music on WRUR-FM 88.5.


Jeremy Denk: Beethoven, Bach, Liszt at Eastman

Pianist Jeremy Denk is playing a recital tonight at 8pm in Kilbourn Hall at the Eastman School of Music. He’ll be playing music by Bartók, Liszt, Bach, and Beethoven.

Seeking listener stories for Public Radio Music Month

WXXI-FM Classical 91.5 and WRUR-FM Different Radio provide the best in Classical and Triple A Public Radio music for you.

More Musical Conversations

How's it going with you? As for me: continued Bach to Bach hits on the radio, roaming the Rochester classical concert scene, getting ready for Live from Hochstein, and chatting about music when I can. Here are a few of my recent interviews/features:

Interview with Composer Robert Morris

Robert Morris is a composer and a professor at the Eastman School of Music. Last week, five of his works were heard at a concert dedicated to his music at Eastman’s Hatch Recital Hall.


Alarm Will Sound's "1969"

New York City-based musical group Alarm Will Sound has returned to Rochester with an event.


Meet the Andrew Alden Ensemble

The Andrew Alden Ensemble visited Rochester last week to accompany two silent films at the Little Theatre: The Lost World and The Phantom of the Opera.


Love and Libraries

In addition to books, the Rochester/Monroe County Public Library has plenty of recordings (and movies) to borrow. Music librarian Judy Schewe blog called Biblipod that features listening suggestions from their collection.

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