Geneva Music Festival on Performance Today

Performance Today will be featuring a performance from the Geneva Music Festival on Monday and Tuesday’s broadcast.

Tune in to Performance Today:
Monday, April 15th
Tuesday, April 16th

WXXI (Rochester 91.5FM) or WCNY (Syracuse 91.3FM)

You can also stream from anywhere from the Performance Today website here. For more specific information regarding broadcast times near you, visit the station list.

The program on Monday, April 15th, in its second hour, will include JP Jofre’s Hard Tango performed by Geoffrey Herd (violin), Ken Meyer (guitar), Esther Park (piano), Greg Robbins (bass), and JP Jofre (bandoneon).  This performance was recorded at the Smith Opera House during the 2021 Geneva Music Festival.

The program on Tuesday, April  16th, in its first hour, will include William Grant Still’s Danzas de Panama performed by Grace Park and Geoffrey Herd (violins), Ettore Causa (viola), and Hannah Collins (cello). This performance was recorded at the Smith Opera House during the 2022 Geneva Music Festival.

Join us for these wonderful performances by Geneva Music Festival artists by tuning in to WXXI (Rochester 91.5FM) from 10AM-noon, WCNY (Syracuse 91.3FM) from 10PM-midnight, and WSKG Classical (Binghamton, Ithaca, and Elmira 91.5FM) from 1PM-3PM.

“American Public Media’s Performance Today is America’s most popular classical music radio program and a winner of the 2014 Gabriel Award for artistic achievement. The show is broadcast on hundreds of public radio stations across the country. 
Performance Today features live concert recordings that can’t be heard anywhere else, highlights from new album releases, and in-studio performances and interviews. Performance Today is based at the APM studios in St. Paul, Minn., but is frequently on the road, with special programs broadcast from festivals and public radio stations around the country. Performance Today values excellence, inclusivity, and discovery in classical music performance. We are dedicated to showcasing the performances and stories of all who contribute to the growth of classical music.”

Contributions to the Geneva Music Festival make the music happen. Please consider donating and making donations to GMF your holiday gift to others this season. Donations may be made online or by mailing a check made out to “Geneva Music Festival” to Geneva Music Festival, P.O. Box 543, Geneva, NY 14456.

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