The Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra's concert Thursday night was one of friendship all around. English pianist John Lill, soloist for the Brahms Piano Concerto No. 2, shares a close bond with Music Director Christopher Seaman, back from their days in the London Philharmonic. The trust between the two was apparent in the easy communication between orchestra and soloist.
Three University of Rochester students have added a touch of warmth to the modern glass-and-stone entrance of the downtown Rundel Memorial Library.
Any Shakespeare lover who doesn’t feel like driving to Canada’s Stratford Shakespeare Festival this summer has a few choices closer to home.
Two of the emerging American playwrights celebrated by Geva Theatre Center this month happen to come from Rochester and Brighton.
When a theater critic says that an actor’s performance is totally lifeless, it’s usually no compliment.
Two theater groups have joined forces to launch a summer festival for musical theater
Mayor Robert Duffy today announced the details of his city budget cuts for the 2009 to 2010 budget. In it were a few surprises for arts organizations in Rochester, who are included in the trimming efforts.
On June 14 in the Eastman Theatre, WXXI screens a collection of jazz films for free as part of the Rochester International Jazz Festival.
Rochester offers many opportunities for emerging playwrights - most notably, Geva Theatre Center’s well-established series for new plays.
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