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One woman band

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One woman band Golden Link Folk Singing Society Inc. presents Zoe Lewis. She’s one band in a body and plays folk originals, Gypsy jazz, jump jive, Latin grooves, vintage swing and more. She plays the ukulele, piano, guitar, washboard, harmonica ...

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Twelfth Night

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‘Twelfth Night’ presented at Brockport The College at Brockport takes a look at gender non-conformity in its production of William Shakespeare’s “Twelfth Night.” Like several of Shakespeare’s plays, “Twelfth Night” includes characters who cross-dress, usually for amorous relationships. Director Sharifa ...

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Dustbowl Revival

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Dustbowl Revival Vintage Americana band Dustbowl Revival is bringing its sound to Rochester. According to Los Angeles Times, the eclectic eight-piece band “would have sounded utterly at home within the hallowed confines of Preservation Hall in New Orleans’ French Quarter,” ...

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1. Metal & Enamel Arts

Cobblestone Arts Center Gallery invites you to the opalescent vibrancy of its Metal & Enamel Arts exhibit. Featuring enameling, metal sculptures, silk paintings and jewelry, four local artists will showcase their work. Open Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to ...

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2. Brockport College-Community Orchestra

The Brockport College-Community Orchestra will be giving a concert on Nov. 21. The ensemble includes both students and music-loving citizens of the village of Brockport, and together they are tackling more difficult pieces. On the program is Rimsky-Korsakov’s “Themes from ...

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3. E.T.

Rochester Museum & Science Center is collaborating with The Little Theatre to celebrate the sci-fi classic “E.T.” There will be a special screening of the classic film at 3 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 16 at The Little. rmsc.org  

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4. Ying Quartet

The internationally renowned Ying Quartet is back in Rochester for Eastman School of Music’s Eastman-Ranlet Series. They have been a quartet-in-residence at Eastman since 1997. The program includes Schumann’s “Quartet in A Major No. 3” and Janacek’s “Quartet Nov. 2 ...

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5. The Cup The Mug

Main Street Arts announces the closing on Sylvia Taylor’s solo exhibition, The Time between the Dog and the Wolf, with an artist talk at 1 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 16. The same day marks the opening of the 4th annual ...

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The Drowsy Chaperone

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The Drowsy Chaperone Nazareth College’s department of theatre and dance is presenting Tony Award-winning “The Drowsy Chaperone” this weekend. The “musical within a comedy” won five Tonys in 2006, including Best Book and Best Original Score. The story is seen ...

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Humor all around at benefit

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Humor all around at benefit Nazareth College’s department of theatre and dance is presenting Tony Award-winning “The Drowsy Chaperone” this weekend. The “musical within a comedy” won five Tonys in 2006, including Best Book and Best Original Score. The story ...

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The Giving Tree

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The Giving Tree Mossa Dance presents their original ballet, “,” at Cobblestone Arts Center this weekend. Celebrate the Thanksgiving season with Mossa Dance’s touching interpretation of Shel Silverstein’s beloved classic. Audiences are sure to be moved by the bond of ...

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