Live from Hochstein: Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra

Live from Hochstein: Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra

Thu, 10/11/2012 - 10:00pm - 11:00pm

Pictured: RPO Maestro Arild Remmereit

Credit: Hamilton Productions

Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra kicks off the new season of Live from Hochstein by playing Tchaikovsky.

Due to technical difficulties, we were unable to rebroadcast the Live from Hochstein premiere performance with the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra Wednesday (10/10) evening on Classical 91.5. The program has been restored and will air tonight (10/11) at 10 p.m. on Classical 91.5. We apologize for the inconvenience, and hope you can catch it tonight.

WXXI and Hochstein School of Music and Dance present Live from Hochstein with the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra (RPO) on Wednesday, October 10 at 12:10 p.m. on Classical 91.5, 90.3, and streaming online at wxxi.org.

The orchestra, led by Maestro Arild Remmereit, will perform Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No. 3. Other artists featured in October include: Musicians from the faculty of Roberts Wesleyan College (10/17), the Semplice Duo (10/24),and Chroma Piano Trio (10/31).

Hosted by Classical 91.5's Mona Seghatoleslami, Live from Hochstein is the longest running live broadcast concert series in Western New York. Broadcast live from the Hochstein Performance Hall (50 North Plymouth Ave. in Rochester), the series presents performances by some of the finest artists from the Rochester area’s musical community. Each of these free “brown bag” concerts runs from 12:10-12:50 p.m., giving downtown business people, teachers, families, students and friends an opportunity to enjoy classical music during their lunch hour.

Live from Hochstein repeats that same day at 10 p.m. on Classical 91.5, 90.3, and streaming online at wxxi.org.

To learn more about the series, and to see a complete schedule of performances, visit http://wxxi.org/hochstein/.

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RPO Photo

Why such an outdated photo of the RPO? This was taken years ago! There is a more recent one with Arild Remmereit you could have used.