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We hear musicians from Geneva, Rochester and Roberts Wesleyan, Performance Upstate, 03/14/23

Oliver Brett
Oliver Brett

This week (pgm 2) we'll hear more from the Geneva Music Festival, plus the Rochester Early Music Festival, the Roberts Wesleyan College Wind Emsemble and Oliver Brett performing both on harpsichord and organ.

John Jenkins:  Pavane  (Eastman Collegium Viol Consort,  Rochester Early Music Festival) Dmitri Shostakovich:  Symphony No. 9  (Yuval Zaliouk, cond; MostArts Festival 2019) Johann Jakob Froberger:   Toccata in d (Oliver Brett, hc) Girolamo Frescobaldi:  Toccata No. 1 from Book 1  (Oliver Brett, organ) Guillaume Dufay:  Nuper rosarum flores  (Musica Spei; Ben David Aronson & Dillon Downey, sackbuts; Rochester Early Music Festival) Horowitz:  Carmen Variations  (Andrew Russo, p, Skaneateles Festival) Ira Hearshen:    Symphony on Themes of John Philip Sousa, after "The Thunderer"  (Roberts Wesleyan College Wind Ensemble, Paul Shewan, cond) Johannes Brahms:   String Sestet in G, No. 2, Op 36  (Jinjoo Cho, Geoffrey Herd, v; Eric Wong, Abigail Rojansky, vla; Max Geissler, Jonathan Dormand, c;  Geneva Music Festival) G. F. Handel:  Sinfonia and Gavotte   (Eastman Baroque Trumpet Ensemble) Jean-Marie Leclair:  Flute Sonata in e (Glenna Curren, bc; Sarah Lynn bfl; Caroline Robinson, hc;  Rochester Early Music Festival)