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1. Nathan Laube

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Eastman School of Music’s January Faculty Artist Series Concerts kicks off with Nathan Laube, associate professor of organ. The performance will include selections by Byrd, Van Noordt, Sweelinck and Louis Couperin. Laube performs on Jan. 16 at 7:30 p.m. at ...

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2. Winterfest

This weekend marks the 25th annual Winterfest, hosted at Mendon Ponds Park. Winterfest will feature a variety of seasonal participatory activities, including sledding, Nordic skiing and snowshoeing, as well as demonstrations by local organizations and clubs. Popular spectator competitions include ...

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3. Slow Food

Geva Theatre Center presents Wendy MacLeod’s “Slow Food.” Peter and Irene’s anniversary celebration in Palm Springs is off to a rocky start, but they are looking forward to a nice meal in a local restaurant. It’s just their luck to ...

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4. Rochester Americans

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The Rochester Americans play at home on Friday, Jan. 10 versus the Belleville Senators and Jan. 17 against the Cleveland Monsters. Puck drop is at 7:05 p.m. both nights. The Amerks currently lead the North division of the Eastern conference. ...

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5. Visual Music

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Eastman School of Music’s Beal Institute, under the direction of Associate Professor Mark Watters, presents “Visual Music: An Evening of World-Premiere Film and Music Collaborations.” Compositions from Eastman’s Contemporary Media and Film Scoring Department will be performed live-to-picture by the ...

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Inner turmoil

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Inner turmoil Aspie Works presents Lauren Gunderson’s “Natural Shocks.” Directed by Justin Rielly, the plot involves a woman waiting out a tornado, but there is more than just a storm on her mind. Angela runs into her basement to wait ...

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Brockport updates Chekhov

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Brockport updates Chekhov The College at Brockport’s Department of Theatre and Music Studies’ production of Aaron Posner’s “Stupid F***ing Bird” has been chosen to represent the college at the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival (Region II). Before the show ...

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William Warfield Benefit Concert

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William Warfield Benefit Concert The William Warfield Scholarship Fund Inc. has provided financial aid to more than 35 students at the Eastman School of Music since its inception in 1977. This weekend is the annual William Warfield Benefit Concert and ...

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L3Harris fined $100,000 by FCC (access required)

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FCC reaches $100,000 settlement with Harris for small satellite uplink transmissions on wrong frequency The Federal Communications Commission’s Enforcement Bureau has announced a settlement with L3Harris Technologies, concluding an investigation into the company’s transmission of uplink data to one of ...

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1. Happy Noon Year

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Rochester Museum & Science Center is welcoming 2020 with a Happy Noon Year celebration. Skip the hassle of staying up until midnight by starting a new tradition exploring time-honored traditions from around the world. 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on ...

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2. New Year’s Eve dinner & a movie

The George Eastman Museum is hosting a New Year’s Eve dinner & a movie at the Dryden Theatre. Enjoy dinner, a beverage and dessert at the Eastman Museum Café before a special nitrate screening of Alfred Hitchcock’s “Rebecca.” Seatings are ...

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3. Rochester Midwinter Renaissance Faire

The Multi-Use Community Cultural Center and The Shakespeare Company of Greater Rochester present a week of Renaissance-flavored comedy, dance and music with the Rochester Midwinter Renaissance Faire. Every night will be a different selection of Renaissance-themed acts, topped off with ...

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4. Christmas with the King: Tribute to Elvis.

OFC Creations presents “Christmas with the King: Tribute to Elvis.” Patrick Johnson, the ultimate Elvis tribute artist, will present a special concert that’s appropriate for the whole family and will put audiences in a rockin’ Christmas mood. The show incorporates ...

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Cool view

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Cool view International Art Acquisitions’ January exhibit is Iced Orange. View the refreshing works of contemporary Peruvian artist Roberto Salas with his cool silver, bright yellow lemon and iced orange, as pictured here. “Iced Orange” is oil on canvas. Exhibit ...

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