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Musicians unite to benefit Rochester’s Foodlink

January 23, 2013

If Music Be the Food…” , a concert series benefiting Rochester’s Foodlink, will continue its fourth season with an exciting program of music celebrating the birthday of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, on Sunday, January 27, 2013, at 7:30 PM, at Third Presbyterian Church, 4 Meigs St., Rochester. The mission of “If Music Be the Food…” is […]


Organists Edoardo Bellotti, Nathan Laube Appointed to Eastman School of Music Faculty

January 17, 2013

The Eastman School of Music is pleased to announce two new faculty appointments to the Department of Organ and Historical Keyboards: Edoardo Bellotti, Associate Professor of Organ, Harpsichord, and Improvisation; and Nathan Laube, Assistant Professor of Organ (part-time). David Higgs, Professor of Organ and Chair of the Department of Organ and Historical Keyboards, said, “We […]


Eastman Wind Ensemble Marks 60 Groundbreaking Years

January 15, 2013

When the Eastman Wind Ensemble takes to the Kodak Hall stage at 8 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 8, they’ll present a program that includes works by Mozart and Stravinsky. It’s a link to the ensemble’s beginnings six decades ago: a 1951 concert, featuring Stravinsky, which gave birth to the wind ensemble idea, and its 1953 […]


Eastman Wind Ensemble 60th Anniversary Celebration

January 14, 2013

Eastman Students Make ‘Command Performance’ at Presidential Inauguration

January 14, 2013

Four Eastman School of Music student musicians will become part of a historic event when they perform at the Presidential Inaugural Luncheon on Monday, Jan. 21. Violinists Che Ho Lam and Markiyan Melnychenko, violist Kelsey Farr, and cellist Hyeok Kwon were selected after a School audition process to represent Eastman during inaugural activities at the […]


Eastman Faculty Recitals Give Audiences Chance to Hear Renowned Artists on Local Stage

January 2, 2013

The Eastman School of Music’s Faculty Artist Series continues through spring 2013, showcasing the school’s internationally lauded soloists and chamber musicians. Sponsored by Patricia Ward-Baker, the recitals give local audiences the chance to catch performances by the faculty artists, whose busy schedules include frequent appearances elsewhere in the world. Performances range from tuba to voice […]