International Contemporary Ensemble, Denise Robinson & Mud and Fire Potters


Excerpts from a Binghamton Philharmonic concert performed on March 16, 2008, featuring the International Contemporary Ensemble, a highly acclaimed Chicago and New York-based ensemble. The concert concluded the “South of the Border Exploration Series,” a series of free lecture/performances involving contemporary classical music and hosted by Carlos Sanchez-Gutierrez, the Philharmonic’s composer-in-residence. On April 5, 2008 at the final Classical Series orchestra concert of the season, the Philharmonic will feature the world premiere of Carlos Sanchez-Gutierrez Ex Machina for Piano, Marimba and Orchestra, a work that the Binghamton Philharmonic commissioned.

Cortland based belly dancer and teacher, Denise Robinson (stage name “Donia,”) performs in the WSKG TV studio provides insights into the art of belly dancing.

Expressions also takes you on location to Mud and Fire Potters in Little Meadows, PA. Meet owners Archie Johnson and Ruth Cohen who left their New York City lives behind to open a pottery studio in a rural setting.

The International Contemporary Ensemble
Mud & Fire Potters
Denise “Donia” Robinson


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