Today on 1370 Connection...
At noon, Brenda with look at the future of classical music with Washington Post classical music critic Anne Midgette and Ray Ricker, Acting Director of the Arts Leadership Program (ALP) at the Eastman School of Music.
At 1, Mona Seghatoleslami introduces us to Roger Corman, who has had an enormous impact on cinema over the past sixty years, directing, producing, and distributing over 600 films. Best known for The Little Shop of Horrors (1960) and his Edgar Allan Poe cycle starring Vincent Price, Corman will be in Rochester to receive the 68th George Eastman Award in recognition for his life’s work.
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