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19th century winters


19th century winters Genesee Country Village & Museum is gearing up for the holiday season with a variety of themed events throughout the rest of the year. GCV&M will be Preparing for Winter this weekend, with demonstrations of candle-making, weaving ...

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‘Spring Awakening’ on stage at Nazareth

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‘Spring Awakening’ on stage at Nazareth The Nazareth College Theatre and Dance Department and Theatre League present the Tony Award-winning musical “Spring Awakening.” Directed and choreographed by guest artist Brett Smock, “Spring Awakening” has won numerous accolades including Best Book, ...

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The DonJuans


The DonJuans Tom Paxton, the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award winner and folk icon, has teamed up with the Grammy-winning singer/songwriter duo Don Henry and Jon Vezner, better known as The DonJuans. Paxton has been performing worldwide and writing and recording ...

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Violist on stage


Violist on stage Eastman School of Music presents violist Masumi Per Rostad in the next session of the Faculty Artist Series. Rostad is an associate professor of viola in the school’s strings, harp and guitar department. He has made a ...

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Acclaimed St. Lawrence String Quartet to perform

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Acclaimed St. Lawrence String Quartet to perform The Eastman-Ranlet Series is bringing the St. Lawrence String Quartet to Rochester this weekend. Composed of violinists Geoff Nuttall and Owen Dalby, violist Lesley Robertson and cellist Christopher Costanza, the quartet will perform ...

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Salute to Bernstein


Salute to Bernstein Two remarkable forces in the music industry come together when principal pops conductor of the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra Jeff Tyzik conducts a program celebrating the Leonard Bernstein Centennial. Some of Bernstein’s most notable musical theater compositions will ...

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Trombonist visits Bop Shop


Trombonist visits Bop Shop The Rita Collective is hosting an evening of collaborative music with trombonist Melissa Gardiner next week. The Rita Collective is a chamber group from Rochester that plays original and world music with a jazzy twist. The ...

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Gateways Music Festival


Gateways Music Festival Gateways Music Festival celebrates its 25th anniversary this weekend with a shortened festival. The full celebration commences in August 2019. Throughout the condensed festival there will be twenty chamber music performances by Gateways musicians from public schools, ...

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An exhibit worth seeing


An exhibit worth seeing On display at The College at Brockport’s Gallery at the Tower Fine Arts Center is Selections from the Permanent Collection. Gallery director Tim Massey says that the exhibit features fine examples of works by notable regional ...

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Terrifying fun in Country Village


Terrifying fun in Country Village Halloween is coming a few days early to the Genesee Country Village & Museum. Youngsters and their families are welcome to come participate in a variety of trick-or-treating experiences. Tonight, there will be tricks and ...

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Windborne Golden Link Folk Singing Society is bringing internationally acclaimed quartet Windborne to Rochester this weekend. According to Brian O’Donovan from National Public Radio, Windborne is “the best musical discovery of the year…Stunningly powerful vocal harmony in the tradition of ...

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Colors on the canal


Colors on the canal The leaves are slowly beginning to change colors and temperatures are getting cooler. Signs of fall are finally among us, and Medina Railroad Museum is offering the perfect autumn event: Fall Foliage Train Excursions. Climb aboard ...

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Dysfunctional family on stage

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Dysfunctional family on stage Nazareth College Theatre and Dance Department and Theatre League are presenting Noel Coward’s “Hay Fever.” This 1920’s romp centers on an eccentric, frenzied and misbehaving Bliss family. Judith is an actress, David is a novelist, and ...

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Sandro Russo


Sandro Russo Eastman School of Music’s Fernando Laires Piano Series is welcoming Sandro Russo to the stage tonight. Russo, born in San Giovanni Gemini, Italy, graduated from the V. Bellini Conservatory and earned the Piano Performing Diploma from the Royal ...

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