Classical 91.5

Live music

  Our annual celebration of the holiday season with the choral chamber ensemble Madrigalia, led by music director Cary Ratcliffe. Find some peace and inspiration in music over lunch on December 5th (12:10-12:50pm).

You're invited to come out to hear the music in person at the Hochstein Performance Hall (50 N. Plymouth Avenue, downtown Rochester) or listen to it broadcast live on WXXI Classical 91.5.  

  Celebrate the season with brass music performed by musicians from the Eastman School of Music on November 28th over lunch (12:10-12:50pm). 

You're invited to come out to hear the music in person at the Hochstein Performance Hall (50 N. Plymouth Avenue, downtown Rochester) or listen to it broadcast live on WXXI Classical 91.5.  

  Johannes Brahms was heartbroken as he wrote his second sextet for strings - coding the name of his beloved in the pensive, romantic music. Lose yourself in this musical world over lunch on November 14th (12:10-12:50pm) with some wonderful musicians: violinists Molly McDonald and Eri Noda, violists Olita Strazds Overo and Aika Ito, and cellists Cora Swenson Lee and Jennifer Carpenter.

You're invited to come out to hear the music in person at the Hochstein Performance Hall (50 N. Plymouth Avenue, downtown Rochester) or listen to it broadcast live on WXXI Classical 91.5.  

  They're a bit classical, a bit jazz  - the "Classy-Jazz" Trio is Ramon Ricker (soprano saxophone), Nancy Boone-Bahr (baritone saxophone), and Yi-Wen Chang (piano).  And regardless of genre, it's all good - and you'll want to spend lunch with this trio when they're on Live from Hochstein November 7th (12:10-12:15pm).

You're invited to come out to hear the music in person at the Hochstein Performance Hall (50 N. Plymouth Avenue, downtown Rochester) or listen to it broadcast live on WXXI Classical 91.5.  

  Take in a taste of Baroque Italy over lunch with the Trio Speranza on Live from Hochstein, Wednesday October 31st (12:10-12:50pm).  

Treat yourself to some beautiful piano trios by Russian romantic Anton Arensky and tango-inspired Astor Piazzolla on Live from Hochstein October 24th with violinist Eri Noda, cellist Jennifer Carpenter, and pianist Yi-Wen Chang.

You're invited to come out to hear the music in person at the Hochstein Performance Hall (50 N. Plymouth Avenue, downtown Rochester) or listen to it broadcast live on WXXI Classical 91.5.  

Lose yourself in love songs from South America over lunch, on Live from Hochstein on October 17th (12:10-12:50pm) with guitarist Ken Luck and double bass player Wan-Ling Chuang.

You're invited to come out to hear the music in person at the Hochstein Performance Hall (50 N. Plymouth Avenue, downtown Rochester) or listen to it broadcast live on WXXI Classical 91.5.  

Enjoy lunch with the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra on October 10th (12:10-12:50pm).

Conductor Chelsea Tipton will lead the RPO in Ludwig van Beethoven's Symphony No. 7 and Giacchino Rossini's charming overture to The Barber of Seville, in the first Live from Hochstein program the season.

Join WXXI, Classical 91.5 host Brenda Tremblay, and the WXXI Music Stand as we participate in Make Music Day, a free celebration of music around the world.

Brenda and the music stand will be parked at Granite Mills at High Falls at 11 a.m. where she’ll perform a song or two and hope you’ll join her. You can sign up for a performance time slot at the Make Music Rochester website.

Join Classical 91.5's Mona Seghatoleslami at Granite Mills Park in High Falls for Hochstein at High Falls, a free lunchtime concert series, presented by High Falls Business Association, Hochstein School of Music & Dance, WXXI, and Monroe Community College (MCC). Mona welcomes a new band to the park each week. Please note: This is a live concert series, and will not be broadcast on WXXI radio.

Concerts begin at 12:10 pm at the Granite Mills Park near the Pont de Rennes Bridge. Attendees are encouraged to bring their own seating and lunch, or pick up a lunch at the many area restaurants. Each performance will run approximately 50 minutes. New this year: the rain location is at MCC’s downtown campus and in the event of rain, the change in venue will be announced via social media. Note that the June 14 concert is scheduled to take place at MCC as a special campus event. 

 

Pages