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1. Axiom Brass quintet


Nazareth College Arts Center invites the public on a journey to space with the award-winning Axiom Brass quintet this weekend. Limitless is an out-of-this-world experience for audiences of all ages. Featuring stunning visuals of the cosmos, this is a multimedia ...

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2. ‘Queen’ at Geva

Geva Theatre Center’s 2019-20 Fielding Studio Series kicks off with Madhuri Shekar’s “Queen.” Directed by Pirronne Yousefzadeh, the show features two Ph.D. candidates who spent seven years exhaustively researching vanishing bee populations and must decide whether to look the other ...

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3. Canandaigua Treaty of 1794 commemoration

Ganondagan will celebrate the 225th anniversary of the historic, federal Canandaigua Treaty of 1794. The annual commemoration serves to “polish the chain of peace and friendship” between the Haudenosaunee (Six Nations Confederacy) and the United States. Attendees are invited to ...

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4. Stars & Stripes Celebration

Veterans Outreach Center is hosting its annual Stars & Stripes Celebration, featuring the 198th Army Band, a testimonial video with Adrian Hale, U.S. Marine and Air Force veteran, dinner and dancing to the music of local band Nik Lite. 5:30 ...

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5. The Path to Paradise

Local quintet fivebyfive is commissioning four musical works for The Path to Paradise: Judith Schaechter’s Stained-Glass Art at the Memorial Art Gallery. The second composer is Jung Sun Kang. Her current interests include music written by fellow composers/pianists, conductor-less chamber ...

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Wondrous moments


Wondrous moments The Strong National Museum of Play is hosting a preview of two magical holiday favorites, “The Nutcracker” and “A Christmas Carol.” The Rochester City Ballet will perform an excerpt from “The Nutcracker,” brought to life by music performed ...

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Don Ragona discusses Native American treaties

Don Ragona

Don Ragona discusses Native American treaties Finger Lakes Community College’s George M. Ewing forum continues with Don Ragona, an attorney for Colorado-based Native American Rights Fund. Ragona has an insider’s view of the battle that pits two Native American tribes ...

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Films with a nod to macabre


Films with a nod to macabre This weekend marks the premiere of Anomaly – The Rochester Genre Film Festival. The new film fest is dedicated to showcasing and supporting independent genre films that exist in the murky boundaries among horror, ...

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