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Baroque and Blue


Baroque and Blue Society for Chamber Music in Rochester continues its 42nd season by pairing live classical music and wine tasting. Baroque and Blue has become a popular tradition, and this time around there will be an inside look at ...

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Cut & Paste


Cut & Paste Rochester Contemporary Arts Center is premiering a new collage-related exhibition titled Cut & Paste on Friday, April 5. Cut & Paste explores the diversity of collage, its experimental nature and the social act of making art. Contributing ...

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Don Giovanni


Don Giovanni Eastman Opera Theatre (EOT) is performing a rendition of Don Juan meeting the #Metoo movement with Mozart’s “Don Giovanni.” The show premiered in Prague at the National Theater in 1787. This darkly comedic piece is one of Mozart’s ...

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Jim Malcolm


Jim Malcolm Golden Link Folk Singing Society Inc. presents an evening with Jim Malcolm. The Scottish troubadour is the former lead singer of Old Blind Dogs. He travels the world with his guitar, harmonicas and engaging wit as he sings ...

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Miss Richfield 1981


Miss Richfield 1981 OFC Creations presents Miss Richfield 1981 for a second year in a row. This year, Miss Richfield will perform her new show, “Gender Fluids.” Miss Richfield dedicates her life to the friendly citizens and responsible merchants of ...

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Woven Nazareth College’s annual spring dance concert, hosted by the departments of theatre and dance, will present “Woven.” “‘Woven’ represents the threads of different themes and ideas coming together in one concert,” says Heather Roffe Wiktorski, associate professor of dance and ...

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Lies and seduction


Lies and seduction Rochester City Ballet presents “Dangerous Liaisons,” a story of lies, romance and seduction. The story has inspired movies like “Valmont” and “Cruel Intentions” and the play “Les Liaisons Dangereuses,” which starred Alan Rickman. David Palmer is the ...

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Julia Roberts


Julia Roberts to visit in May Academy Award winner Julia Roberts is coming to Rochester in May. Not only will the actress be accepting the George Eastman Award on May 2 to a sold-out crowd, but she will also be ...

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Elias String Quartet


Elias String Quartet Eastman School of Music’s Eastman-Ranlet Series is bringing the Elias String Quartet to Rochester this weekend. The quartet takes its name from Mendelssohn’s oratorio, “Elijah;” Elias is the German form. On the program are Henry Purcell’s “Fantasia ...

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Madagascar, Tropical Birding Tour - Oct-Nov, 2018

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Re-Image Image City Photography Gallery is going back in time. Peter’s Picks 2017 – A Retrospective is on display, featuring over 35 artists who were recognized by Peter Marr and gallery partners over the course of the 13 shows in ...

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Project explores role of men


Project explores role of men Rochester Contemporary Arts Center is hosting Princess: Out There this weekend. The band Princess created a concept video album and live performance piece that is a science fiction narrative that has been described as a ...

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Maple Weekend


Maple Weekend Maple Weekend kicks off this weekend and next and will be extended into the weekend of March 30 and 31. Sponsored by the New York State Maple Producers Association, maple farms welcome visitors to educate people first-hand on ...

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Judy Collins


Judy Collins Golden Link Folk Singing Society presents award-winning singer/songwriter Judy Collins for a special concert. She has inspired audiences with her incredible vocals, vulnerable lyrics, personal triumphs and a firm commitment to social activism. She is in the Grammy ...

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The Providers


The Providers WXXI’s Indie Lens Pop-Up series presents a screening of “The Providers.” The film gives an in-depth look at the physician shortage and opioid epidemic in rural America. “The Providers” follows three country doctors in New Mexico at clinics ...

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Jupiter String Quartet


 Jupiter String Quartet The Eastman School of Music presents Jupiter String Quartet as part of the James E. Clark Chamber Music Residency. On the program are Stravinsky’s “Three Pieces for String Quartet,” Dutilleux’s “Ainsi La Nuit” and Mendelssohn’s “Quartet in A minor, ...

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