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If you haven't already registered to attend the Volunteer Recognition Event we are having here at WXXI on Sunday, April 15, please give us a call at (585) 258-0200. Here are the details again:
Sunday, April 15, at WXXI Studios, 280 State Street; 1pm reception just for volunteers prior to the film at 2 pm.
Reservations: memb...@wxxi.org or call 258-0200. Space is limited.
Your dreamscape might be my nightmare. How you perceive minimalism or opera or country and western might be very different than someone else does.
WXXI Program Director Ruth Phinney pointed out this image in the woodgrain of the door to the Music Library. We saw two different things; she, a man with a moustache and me, a dancer.
What do you see?
There are a few tasks I loathe with the blazing heat of a thousand exploding suns. These include (in no particular order) untangling kite strings, cleaning out the fridge, and sitting through long meetings, especially sessions in which everyone gets a turn to talk. This is why my impatient spirit was surprised when my body decided to hop in the car and drive us to a potentially leth
In this issue of the Volunteer Newsletter, read about Laura Garrision, see how many new volunteers we had help us out in the past couple of months, and learn tax tips from volunteering! Please see attached Volunteer Newsletter.
I was preparing a Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra concert for broadcast the other day, and it struck me that the two works on the program had wildly differing sound wave patterns, even though they were recorded at the same levels. This was interesting!
Here's a quiz. See if you can tell which of these sound files is . . .
I just read an article commemorating George Eastman's passing 80 years ago today. When visitng the George Eastman House recently, I noticed that the program from his memorial service was on display (near his laconic and poignant suicide note). Eastman's memorial service included music by Beethoven, Locatelli, Wagner, and Howard Hanson.