Fri, 01/29/2010 - 1:00pm
The Tremont String Quartet & pianist Jonathan Gonder perform live from the Henry Epstein studio at WXXI.
The Chilean conductor talks with mid-day host Julia Figueras about why he's in Rochester and what he's been working on.
Morning host Brenda Tremblay takes you on a musical journey through the desert then leads you to water.
Soloist Dawn Upshaw performs with The Knights Orchestra in this Deutsche Welle Festival broadcast.
I'm not sure this is really what it claims to be, but it's interesting nonetheless.
Violeta Urmana stars in the title role of the enslaved Ethiopian princess in Giuseppe Verdi’s Aida.
Start your Sunday morning off with beautiful music performed by the Houghton College Choir.
Two professors at Nazareth College are organizing a fundraiser next Wednesday, January 20th to raise money to help victims of the Haitian earthquake. If you are a musician, actor, poet, or dancer of any age, you are invited to participate. To get involved, email either Dr.
Maria Guleghina plays the ruthless titular Chinese princess and Marcello Giordani sings Calàf, the unknown prince who wins her love.
Benton Hess, Olga Makarina and Dinyar Vania are in studio to talk about the opera company's newest production.