Chamber Music - Beethoven Eyeglasses Duo for Cello and Viola Dvorak String Sextet Op 48
Friday, October 24th - 7pm
The players are faculty members at Eastman School of Music, Yale and Bard College Conservatory of Music. Wendy Sharp and Janet Milnes, Violin, George Taylor and Marka Gustavsson, Viola Rosie Elliott and Mimi Hwang, Cello
Best of Broadway Concert Saturday, November 1 ~ 7pm
At just 16, Julia Ernst has performed in two dozen musicals over the past decade. She will be performing Broadway favorites along with her mom, Pam, who has been active in musical theater all her life and has been entertaining at Ferris Hills for many years. Their accompanist, Julie Covach, is an accomplished pianist, music teacher and director.
Quartet 442- Joy of String Music
Sunday, November 2 ~ 4 pm
Quartet442 is based in Rochester and all four members hold their Master’s degrees from either the Eastman School of Music or the Juilliard School of Music. Selections include String Quartet No. 12 in F Major "American" by Dvorak, 1st movement and Tango in D Major by Albeniz.
Geva Theatre’s Mark CuddyThursday, November 13 ~ 1:00pm
Making a special appearance at Ferris Hills is Mark Cuddy who is marking his 20th season as Geva Theatre Center’s artistic director and is currently directing the production of "Good People," a Tony Award-nominated drama by Pulitzer Prize winner David Lindsay-Abaire.
Limited seating. Reservations required for all events. 585-393-0410
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