“William Warfield: A Legacy in Music,” an annual concert, supports the William Warfield Scholarship Fund and spotlights its talented recipients.
Kenneth Gross, Renaissance scholar and professor of English at the University of Rochester, will share the 2011-2012 George Jean Nathan Award for Dramatic Criticism for his book Puppet: An Essay on Uncanny Life. Cornell University’s Department of English, which administers the prize, calls it one of the most distinguished in American theater. Endowed by the […]
All performances, many of which include holiday favorites, are free. Current and former students, parents, and the public are invited.
Works to be performed will include aria excerpts from Johann Sebastian Bach’sChristmas Oratorio.
To mark World AIDS Day on Saturday, Dec. 1, 2012, more than 1,000 new posters from one of the world’s largest AIDS education poster collections have been digitized and put online by archivists at the University of Rochester.
A tubist with B.S. in music from Indiana University, Elder has extensive experience managing all aspects of music venues – and is a practicing lawyer and a Rotarian president, as well.