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1. American Spiritual Ensemble


The critically acclaimed American Spiritual Ensemble is coming to Roberts Wesleyan College. Under the director of founder Everett McCorvey, the ensemble is made up of nearly 20 members from around the world. The ensemble’s diverse repertoire crosses many genres, all ...

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2. GardenScape 2020

Fight off the winter blues by surrounding yourself with life and color. This year’s Greater Rochester Flower and Garden Show, GardenScape 2020, will be held at the Dome Arena in Henrietta. The theme for this year’s show is Passport to ...

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3. Uncorked & On Tap

Rochester Museum & Science Center invites those 21 and over to Uncorked & On Tap, an evening-long tasting event. There will be over 45 local and regional vendors, including Three Heads Brewing and Tommyrotter Distillery, as well as live music ...

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4. War Requiem

Eastman School of Music presents Benjamin Britten’s “War Requiem,” a powerful choral masterpiece that denounces war and honors those who have fallen. The requiem requires two orchestras, a symphonic chorus, a children’s chorus and soloists; it is a large-scale work ...

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5. A Show with Cookies

Muffin Theatre is showcasing “A Show with Cookies” at Cobblestone Theatre. This one-woman show has Rochester native Katherine Marino telling stories while spinning trays, juggling hats, baking cookies and even falling in love. 2 p.m. on Saturday, March 7. cobblestoneartscenter.com

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Music of the Beatles


Music of the Beatles Nazareth College Arts Center is hosting an all-request Beatles music concert experience with “Yesterday and Today: The Interactive Beatles Experience.” Yesterday and Today stands out from other Beatles tribute acts for a variety of reasons. Rather ...

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Broadway tunes translated into ASL


Broadway tunes translated into ASL Hands-In Entertainment is bringing Josh Castille and Jules Dameron to the Kodak Center Studio Theatre. Castille, who’s based in Los Angeles, recently appeared with Deaf West’s Broadway revival of “Spring Awakening,” and he will present ...

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Ronan Tynan


Ronan Tynan Catholic Charities Community Services (CCCS) is celebrating its 40th birthday with internationally acclaimed Irish tenor and paralympian Ronan Tynan. Next week there will be two exciting fundraising events: “An Evening of Irish Song & Dance Featuring Ronan Tynan” ...

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1. Michael Tucker and Kim Bellavia


Cobblestone Arts Center Gallery presents the inspiring work of local artists Michael Tucker and Kim Bellavia. Tucker is a veteran and an abstract painter and photographer, and he uses art to express difficult feelings he experiences from post-traumatic stress disorder. ...

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2. Dance and poetry performance

Commotion Dance Theater is celebrating Leap Day with an exciting dance and poetry performance at Writers & Books. Laurie MacFarlane, Ruben Ornelas, Amy Slocum, Sarah Andreacchi and Cassie Burns will share new work, and Marion Deal, Martha Schermerhorn and Maureen ...

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3. Bobby McFerrin

The Kodak Hall Concert Series is hosting 10-time Grammy winner Bobby McFerrin. For decades he has blurred the distinction between pop music and fine art with his exhilarating vocal vocabulary, call-and-response, soaring melodies, funny noises, silence, prayer and laughter. He ...

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4. Story Time LIVE

Eastman School of Music’s Empire Film and Media Ensemble (EfaME) presents Story Time LIVE at the Strong Museum of Play. A live orchestra will perform musical settings of three classic children’s stories, “Alice in Wonderland,” “Peter Pan” and “The Hobbit.” ...

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5. Twelfth Night

The Rochester Oratorio Society will perform the world premiere of Frank James Staneck’s “Twelfth Night.” The cantata is based on Shakespeare’s famous comedy. The evening also includes selections by the Nazareth Bach Children’s Choir. The program concludes with ROS performing ...

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