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2020 Season

  • Opening Night with The Verona Quartet

    The Verona Quartet will join the Geneva Music Festival for the 2019 Season’s opening night, Thursday, May 30. Featuring Jonathan Ong and Dorothy Ro (violin), Abigail Rojansky (viola) and  Jonathan Dormand (cello), The Verona Quartet has established itself as one of the most sought-after string quartets of its generation. Since more»

  • A Portrait of Clara Schumann

    Clara Schumann was considered one of the finest pianists of her day, performing all over Europe to great acclaim. She was also a composer, although her compositions were virtually unknown until the latter part of the 20th century. We’ll explore her deeply expressive music, as well as works by two more»

  • A Portrait of Clara Schumann

    Clara Schumann was considered one of the finest pianists of her day, performing all over Europe to great acclaim. She was also a composer, although her compositions were virtually unknown until the latter part of the 20th century. Here we explore her deeply expressive music, as well as works by more»

  • Sounds of April and Randall: Jazz Concert at Club 86

    Enjoy an evening of jazz and food at Club 86! After a successful GMF debut as part of T.S. Monk’s ensemble in 2018, April May Webb and Randall Haywood return with their own ensemble,  S.O.A.R. The couple will share their unique synthesis of swing, cool, hard bop, and avant-garde jazz. more»

  • Bessie, Billie, Ella and Friends

    Get ready for an evening of legendary jazz that pays tribute to artists in the National Women’s Hall of Fame. GMF favorite and Broadway star Syndee Winters will be joined by jazz singer, songwriter and actress Ann Hampton Callaway, with a guest appearance by S.O.A.R. (April May Webb and Randall more»

  • Women Composers Across the Ages

    This concert features female composers spanning nearly 10 centuries. Hildegard von Bingen is the earliest known female composer. Born in the 11th century, von Bingen was an Abbess, philosopher and visionary. She is recognized as a saint by the Roman Catholic Church. An arrangement completed for the Kronos quartet will more»

  • Bluegrass: Rebecca Colleen and the Chore Lads

    Great music, great food, great drinks, and beautiful scenery! Come helps us celebrate the end of our festival with Rebecca Colleen and the Chore Lads beneath the tent at Geneva On The Lake. Rebecca Colleen McDonald and her band are Finger Lakes favorites and the ambiance at  Geneva On The more»

  • Pre-Season Concert: World ATLYS

     ATLYS is a classically trained, crossover string quartet comprised of four women: violinists Jinty McTavish and Sabrina Tabby, violist Rita Andrade and cellist Genevieve Tabby. They’ll use the string quartet as a blank canvas as they  present Strum by Jesse Montgomery, as well as innovative reimaginations of works by modern female pop artists more»

  • Ray Nagem Organ Recital

    Back by popular demand, Ray will again bring the great pipe organs of the Finger Lakes to life in a program of 20th and 21st century music by American, Canadian and French women composers: Jeanne Demessieux Te Deum Rachel Laurin  Three Pieces Jeanne Landry Hesychia Florence Price Suite No. 1 more»

  • Ray Nagem Organ Recital

    Back by popular demand, Ray will again bring the great pipe organs of the Finger Lakes to life in a program of 20th and 21st century music by American, Canadian and French women composers: Jeanne Demessieux Te Deum Rachel Laurin  Three Pieces Jeanne Landry Hesychia Florence Price Suite No. 1 more»

  • Ray Nagem Organ Recital

    Back by popular demand, Ray will again bring the great pipe organs of the Finger Lakes to life in a program of 20th and 21st century music by American, Canadian and French women composers: Jeanne Demessieux Te Deum Rachel Laurin  Three Pieces Jeanne Landry Hesychia Florence Price Suite No. 1 more»

  • Clive Greensmith and Friends: Chamber Music Finale

    The chamber music finale features Geoffrey Herd and Shawn Moore (violins), Clive Greensmith and Hannah Collins (cellos), Kirsten Docter (viola), and Esther Park (piano). The program opens with a work inspired and dedicated to Beethoven’s patron Countess Marie von Erdody, the exceptionally beautiful and exciting Piano Trio in E-Flat Major, more»

  • Clive Greensmith and Friends: Chamber Music Finale

    The chamber music finale features Geoffrey Herd and Shawn Moore (violins), Clive Greensmith and Hannah Collins (cellos), Kirsten Docter (viola), and Esther Park (piano). The program opens with a work inspired and dedicated to Beethoven’s patron Countess Marie von Erdody, the exceptionally beautiful and exciting Piano Trio in E-Flat Major, more»