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CENTURY CLAVICHORD ARRIVES AT EASTMAN

January 25, 2001

ROCHESTER, NY – A rarely heard but historically significant instrument soon will join the Eastman School of Music’s collection of early instruments, the result of the School’s commissioning of a strict reproduction of a rare 18th-century pedal clavichord. (The original, built in 1766, is housed in the instrument collection of the Grassi Museum in Leipzig, […]

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SPECIAL POSTAL CANCELLATION CEREMONY AT EASTMAN MARKS ARRIVAL OF PARRISH STAMP

January 24, 2001

ROCHESTER, NY – A postage stamp is causing a lot of commotion at the Eastman School of Music. A special ceremony celebrating the "Rochester premiere" of a new U.S. postage stamp – based on Maxfield Parrish’s famous painting Interlude, which has graced Eastman Theatre since its opening in 1922 – will be held at 11 […]

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CHICAGO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA PRESIDENT TO SPEAK AT EASTMAN

January 22, 2001

Rochester, NY – Henry Fogel, who has led the Chicago Symphony Orchestra through more than a decade of successful expansion and initiatives, will be the next presenter in the Catherine Filene Shouse Arts Leadership Program Guest Speaker Series at the Eastman School of Music. The lecture, which is free and open to the public, takes […]

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EASTMAN BRINGS TOKYO STRING QUARTET TO ROCHESTER

January 18, 2001

ROCHESTER, NY – The internationally acclaimed Tokyo String Quartet, which has performed on most of the world’s stages and has received seven Grammy nominations, will perform in concert at 3 p.m., Sunday, February 4, in the Hochstein Performance Hall at the Hochstein Music School (50 N. Plymouth Ave.). The concert, featuring the works of Mozart, […]

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