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Click on the link below to hear conductor Ed Schell explain how his singers came to grips with their feelings about a classic song.
Women composers’ music has never been more interesting or prolific, and you’ll hear splendid examples of it throughout the month of March. On Classical 91.5, we'll start the day with inspired music, arts news, features, and the latest headlines. The Mystery piece airs at 6:40.
Paul O'Dette is one of Rochester's treasures (though we do share him with the world). He's playing a recital of music by Bach and Weiss for Pegasus Early Music this weekend, and he stopped by WXXI's studios to talk and play a bit leading up to this weekend's performance.
Bassist Kieran Hanlon is a busy gigging musician – subbing in the RPO, Buffalo Philharmonic, and Syracuse’s Symphoria (just to name a few), playing in jazz combos, and teaching, even as he is also just finishing up his master’s in music at the Eastman School. As Hanlon told WXXI’s Mona Seghatoleslami, his life in music started...at a tra
Learning music is about more than playing the instrument or singing – students of all levels also often learn a little bit about music history and theory to round out their education.
The NPR program From the Top is coming to Rochester to tape a show on March 19th at Eastman's Kodak Hall, and I've been interviewing a few musicians with Rochester connections who have played on the show.