Binghamton Baroque Orchestra Presents: “Back To Baroque”

The Binghamton Baroque Orchestra will present their program “Back To Baroque” at the Endicott Performing Arts Center located at 102 Washington Ave, Endicott, NY 13760, on February 16th at 8pm. Under the direction of Founder, Musical Director, and Recorder Soloist Jeffrey Wahl, the orchestra will play works by Vivaldi, Telemann, General John Reid, and Van Eyck. Concert Mistress Sophia Werner, Soprano Jordan Michelle Bowman, Recorder player Alexis Van Tassel, Violionist Marijane Wojtowitz, and Harpsichordist John Isenberg will all be featured throughout the evening. Tickets are on sale directly from the Endicott Performing Arts Box Office at (607) 785-8903 and are $10.00 for Students/Seniors, $12.00 for all others. For more information please visit www.endicottarts.com/ OR www.BinghamtonBaroque.org

Celebrating 100 Years of a Musical Work and Premiering a New One

The Orchestra of the Southern Finger Lakes presents the next concert of its Musicians’ Choice Series, as a septet organized by violinist Avner Finberg performs Stravinsky’s ‘Soldier’s Tale’. He tells us about that work, as well as about the premiere of his composition ‘The Miracle of Hanukkah’ coming up on December 9.  

Photo credit: Grasya Orbon

Drama is on the BPO Program

The Binghamton Philharmonic Orchestra presents music of Franz Joseph Haydn, Ludwig van Beethoven, and Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky in a concert on May 19th in the Forum on Washington Street in downtown Binghamton.  The new Music Director, Daniel Hege, joins us to talk about this dramatic program featuring trumpet soloist Frank Campos.  

Photo credit: Alice G. Patterson