Binghamton University Chorus Performs Brahms’ ‘A German Requiem’

The Binghamton University Chorus and Orchestra present Johannes Brahms' 'A German Requiem'. Conductor Bruce Borton talks about Brahms' long journey to complete his largest work, which was a great departure from any other requiem written until that time. http://wskg.org/audio/1130requiem.mp3

 

Photo credit: Binghamton University

Binghamton University Chorus Performs Brahms' 'A German Requiem'

The Binghamton University Chorus and Orchestra present Johannes Brahms' 'A German Requiem'. Conductor Bruce Borton talks about Brahms' long journey to complete his largest work, which was a great departure from any other requiem written until that time. http://wskg.org/audio/1130requiem.mp3

 

Photo credit: Binghamton University

Are You Raising a Budding Builder?

We want to hear from families and teachers! Join the #WSKGBuddingBuilders campaign via social media. Take a photo or video of your own child building, creating, making! Upload a drawing or finished project! Share your budding builder and their STEM work with WSKG via Facebook, Instagram,Twitter.

Can Science Resurrect The American Chestnut?

by Ellen Abbott

(WRVO) Genetically modified food is something that’s discussed a lot. But scientists in Syracuse are trying to take that technology one step further, and create the first genetically modified wild forest tree. And with that, rest hopes that the American chestnut tree could make a comeback with a scientific nudge. Chestnut trees once dominated swaths of the Eastern seaboard. That was more than a century ago, before an Asian fungus decimated a population known for delivering chestnuts to holiday revelers, and wood that doesn’t rot to builders.

Soprano Katherine Whyte and Pianist Joel Harder Present ‘From Salon to Stage’

The Binghamton University Music Department presents 'From Salon to Stage', a program of art songs by Gabriel Faure and Sergei Rachmaninoff on the first half, and cabaret songs by Arnold Schoenberg, Kurt Weill, Jerome Kern, George Gershwin, and William Bolcom. Soprano Katherine Whyte and pianist Joel Harder perform on Friday, December 2 at 7:30pm in United Presbyterian Church, 42 Chenango Street in Binghamton.  

 

Photo credit: Binghamton University Music Department

Soprano Katherine Whyte and Pianist Joel Harder Present 'From Salon to Stage'

The Binghamton University Music Department presents 'From Salon to Stage', a program of art songs by Gabriel Faure and Sergei Rachmaninoff on the first half, and cabaret songs by Arnold Schoenberg, Kurt Weill, Jerome Kern, George Gershwin, and William Bolcom. Soprano Katherine Whyte and pianist Joel Harder perform on Friday, December 2 at 7:30pm in United Presbyterian Church, 42 Chenango Street in Binghamton.  

 

Photo credit: Binghamton University Music Department

‘First Peoples Americas’ screening at Cinemapolis

Join WSKG Science on Tuesday, November 29th at the Cinemapolis in Ithaca for a special screening of First Peoples. The PBS documentary follows the first Homo sapiens as they traveled across the continents. This screening is in partnership with the Tioga County Public Library Ithaca Explores Human Origins exhibition and Cinemapolis. The screening is free of charge, no need for reservations. When: November 29th 7 p.m.

Where: Cinemapolis   120 E Green St, Ithaca, NY 14850

'First Peoples Americas' screening at Cinemapolis

Join WSKG Science on Tuesday, November 29th at the Cinemapolis in Ithaca for a special screening of First Peoples. The PBS documentary follows the first Homo sapiens as they traveled across the continents. This screening is in partnership with the Tioga County Public Library Ithaca Explores Human Origins exhibition and Cinemapolis. The screening is free of charge, no need for reservations. When: November 29th 7 p.m.

Where: Cinemapolis   120 E Green St, Ithaca, NY 14850

Celebrate STEM with Everyone’s Favorite Builder!

WSKG is launching a new month-long Bob the Builder activity corner at the Discovery Center of the Southern Tier on Saturday, December 3, 2016. Join us on this date from 10:00am until 1:00pm in the museum's Ahearn Theater for screenings of all-new Bob the Builder episodes, building activities, and a coloring contest! The Bob the Builder activity corner will remain open throughout December nestled in the museum's 'Widgets' exhibit.  WSKG activities are free with museum admission. You can also check out our Bob the Builder inspired holiday tree at Roberson Museum and Science Center during the annual 'Home for the Holidays' exhibit.

Celebrate STEM with Everyone's Favorite Builder!

WSKG is launching a new month-long Bob the Builder activity corner at the Discovery Center of the Southern Tier on Saturday, December 3, 2016. Join us on this date from 10:00am until 1:00pm in the museum's Ahearn Theater for screenings of all-new Bob the Builder episodes, building activities, and a coloring contest! The Bob the Builder activity corner will remain open throughout December nestled in the museum's 'Widgets' exhibit.  WSKG activities are free with museum admission. You can also check out our Bob the Builder inspired holiday tree at Roberson Museum and Science Center during the annual 'Home for the Holidays' exhibit.