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Aaron Copland lived here

WXXI's Brenda Tremblay visited Copland House near New York City.

Rochester, meet First Inversion

Choral conductor Lee Wright is launching a new vocal ensemble in Rochester. He introduces his choral adventure, First Inversion, and explains to WXXI's Brenda Tremblay the unique philosophy behind it.




Brenda Tremblay talks with Christian Bowers

Big Moose Lake offered inspiration to a singer cast in a strange role.




The Diva and the Moper

Soprano Christine Goerke spends much of her life sleeping in a ring a fire. She says she's happy to do comedy for a change.




A director's perspective on the end of Butterfly

Why does Puccini's opera Madame Butterfly move Francesca Zambello to tears? WXXI's Brenda Tremblay speaks with the Artistic & General Director of the Glimmerglass Festival, a renowned summer opera destination, about this summer's offerings.




On Record with Thomas Wilkins and Douglas Prosser

WXXI Music Director Julia Figueras talks with Thomas Wilkins and Douglas Prosser.

On Record with Michael Francis and Malcolm Ingram

WXXI-FM's Music Director Julia Figueras talks with Michael Francis and Malcolm Ingram.

On Record with Michael Christie, William Weinert, and Hanson's Merry Mount

RPO at Carnegie Hall for the Spring for Music Festival.




On Record with Christopher Seaman and Jon Kimura Parker

RPO Conductor Laureate Christopher Seaman and pianist Jon Kimura Parker chat with Julia.

On Record with Fabien Gabel and Philippe Quint

RPO guest conductor Fabien Gabel and violinist Philippe Quint.

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