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Live from Hochstein Fall 2021

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Aaron Winters
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WXXI's Mona Seghatoleslami at Live from Hochstein

The lunchtime concert series Live from Hochstein is returning this fall - with opportunities for you to attend these concerts in person while they are also broadcast live on the radio.

* Proof of vaccination is required for audience members (children age 11 and under must be accompanied by a vaccinated adult). All patrons will be required to wear masks. Please refrain from bringing food/drink into the hall so that we can all remain masked.

See the full safety protocols at https://hochstein.org/Calendar/Live-from-Hochstein.

The Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by its new Music Director Andreas Delfs to start the new season on Wednesday October 13th.

The following Wednesdays will including the Brazilian trio Rosa Boemia, pianist Jacob Ertl, cello and piano music from the Ekstasis Duo, the RPO Marimba Band, and harpist Grace Browning and cellist Benjamin Krug.

It will be a delight to get into the holiday spirit later this fall with festive favorites: Holiday Music for Horns with the Eastman Horn Choir led by Peter Kurau, and a Cup of Good Cheer with Madrigalia.

10/13: Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra: 19th Century Opera Favorites

The Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra with Andreas Delfs, conductor, performs a program featuring orchestral selections and audience favorites from some beloved operas, including Glinka’s Ruslan and Ludmila, Wagner’s Götterdämmerung, Saint-Saëns’ Samson and Delilah, and Humperdinck’s Hansel and Gretel.

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10/20: Pianist Jacob Ertl: The Pianist Speaks

10/27: RPO Marimba Band

11/3: Rosa Boemia plays Brazilian Choro

11/10: The Browning-Krug Duo

11/17: Ekstasis Duo: From the Shadows

11/24: 2021 David Hochstein Recital Competition Winners Recital (note: radio only!)

12/1: Eastman Horn Choir: A Cornucopia of Holiday Delights

12/8: Madrigalia: A Cup of Good Cheer

REMINDER: Proof of vaccination is required for audience members who attend these programs in person (children age 11 and under must be accompanied by a vaccinated adult). All patrons will be required to wear masks. Please refrain from bringing food/drink into the hall so that we can all remain masked.

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