One of these pictures shows the REAL Santa getting ready for the big season. The rest show his talented helpers. Which one is REALLY him?
Monday, December 19
Pieces by F.J. Haydn, Grieg, Grainger
A joyful Latvian Christmas cantata, lovingly performed by the New York Latvian Choir
Tuesday, December 20
Works by Arvo Part, Peter Warlock, Johannes Brahms
Monday, December 12
The First Nowell wrapped in brilliant variations
A Grammy-nominated Rochester native throws herself into a passionate Baroque aria
Music by Haydn, Dvorak, and Max Bruch
Have you seen Scorsese's film Hugo? I went this weekend, and it is absolutely enchanting. The story has a surprising connection to Jacques Offenbach, of can-can fame, by way of Jules Verne. This week, I hope you can join me to hear more of that story and enjoy all sorts of wonderful music.
Let’s relax. In the holidays to come, delights, gifts, and memories flood our lives, and with them come pressures and anxieties which make this a difficult season for many.
Music offers you a refuge from the bustle, a room where you can take off your coat and warm your hands to Wagner’s Magic Fire music or Bach’s passionate Goldberg variations.