"As I knew him, My Dad, Rod Serling" By Anne Serling

2018 Rod Serling Film Festival Opens

The 2018 Rod Serling Film Festival is now open. WSKG is accepting submissions from K-12 students through May 25, 2018. Entrants must use the online submission form . The Festival is held in honor of Rod Serling and his work, which has had a lasting influence on the television industry and media creation. The Festival seeks to inspire the next generation of filmmakers.

The VOICES Multicultural Chorus Present Their Fall Concert

The VOICES Multicultural Chorus perform their Fall Concert: 'The Spirit of Home: Many Homes -- One Voice' on December 9 at 4pm in the First Baptist Church in Ithaca.  Conductor Lorrene Adams joins us to talk about this wide-ranging concert, and the joys and challenges of programing a concert when there are so many good choices for it. http://wskg.org/audio/lorrene.mp3

 

Photo credit: VOICES Multicultural Chorus

‘A Christmas Story’ is Back at Ti-Ahwaga

The Ti-Ahwaga Community Players present their annual production of Philip Grecian's stage adaptation of the film 'A Christmas Story'. Jamie Cornell, who plays the grown-up Ralphie, joins us to talk about the sixteen years of this production, and the members of many families that have grown up in and around this annual event. http://wskg.org/audio/christmasstory2017.mp3

 

Photo credit: R E Baker Photography

WSKG Loves the Arts Tour

WSKG is dedicated to promoting the arts of the region and beyond. So, we’re taking an art tour with our President and CEO, Greg Catlin. We’ll be visiting local galleries throughout the region, exploring the arts and meeting some of WSKG’s great listeners and viewers. That’s you. We hope you’ll join Greg and the personalities from WSKG at a gallery near you.

BU Opera Ensemble Presents ‘Billy Goats Gruff’

The Binghamton University Music Department's Opera Ensemble presents composer John Davies' 40 minute opera for children, 'Billy Goats Gruff'. The composer and the Opera Ensemble's Music Director, Willie Anthony Waters, talk about the opera and their casts of singers. Mr. Davies (pictured) explains how he uses preexisting music from operas where similar situations are encountered. Mr. Waters also gives us a heads-up that he will be on the Metropolitan Opera live Saturday broadcast's Opera Quiz twice this coming season. http://wskg.org/audio/billygoats.mp3

 

Photo credit: Binghamton University Music Department