Tune in to Performance Today on Monday, March 22nd on WXXI (Rochester 91.5FM), WCNY (Syracuse 91.3FM)
On Monday, March 22nd, Performance Today will be featuring a performance from the Geneva Music Festival on WXXI and WCNY.
The program, in its second hour, will include Louise Farrenc’s Piano Quintet in A minor, Op. 30, performed by Eliot Heaton (violin), Hillary Herndon (viola), Max Geissler (cello), Justin McCulloch (bass), and Esther Park (piano) This performance was recorded at the Froelich Hall Gearan Center for the Performing Arts, Hobart & William Smith Colleges in the 2019 Geneva Music Festival season.
Join us for this wonderful performances by Geneva Music Festival artists by tuning in on WXXI (Rochester 91.5FM) from 10AM-noon, and WCNY (Syracuse 91.3FM) from 10PM-midnight. 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.
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