WXXI's Alex Crichton and WRUR's Scott Regan preview tonight's lineup at Rochester's premier music festival.
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Thursday’s mystery piece, “I had a farm in Africa,” comes from Out of Africa, a film set in colonial Kenya. Meryl Streep plays a Danish baroness who falls into a doomed love affair with a free-spirited big-game hunter. The composer, John Barry, born in England in 1933, is
The American composer of Wednesday's mystery piece, Eric Whitacre, recently spent a few days working with students at Canandaguia Academy. A few weeks ago, he landed a recording contract and will start making a new CD in August. The title of the piece
The Rochester Broadway Theatre League has selected the former McCurdy's site at Midtown Plaza as its preferred location to build a new performing arts center.
Monday’s mystery piece was from J.S. Bach’s Well-Tempered Clavier I: Prelude and Fugue.