Celebrate the beauty of America’s National Parks with photography and music by composer Stephen Lias. Walk through the Gates of the Arctic and Rocky Mountain National Park, plus hear Grofé’s Grand Canyon Suite.
Based on the classic, Disney's 101 Dalmatians KIDS is a fur-raising adventure featuring Cruella De Vil, Disney's most outrageous villain, and 101 of the most adorable heroes to set their paws onstage.
Terry Fyke’s Main Street Players presents Bring It on the Musical. The production takes audiences on a high-flying journey filled with the complexities of friendship, jealousy, betrayal, and forgiveness.
A pianist of "arresting freshness" (TIME Magazine) international star Simone Dinnerstein joins the RPO for two of Bach's most inventive concertos. Plus, Michael Butterman leads a suite from Stravinsky's neoclassical ballet score, Pulcinella.
It’s supercalifragilisticexpialidocious! Ashley Brown originated the role of Mary Poppins on Broadway and starred as Belle in Beauty and the Beast. Now the singer makes her RPO debut with an evening of show tunes, Disney melodies, and other favorites.
You’ll find the luck of the Irish at Kodak Hall on St. Patrick’s Day weekend with Cathie Ryan, “one of the leading voices in Celtic music.” (L.A. Times). Cathie Ryan brings her endearing charm and wit to the RPO for this special engagement.
What would it be like if a child had to describe the music of Beethoven? Such is the premise for “Beethoven Lives Upstairs,” a musical story that follows a young boy’s letters to his uncle about the new tenant in the upstairs room.
Concertmaster Juliana Athayde takes a sensational solo turn with a barn burner that mixes daunting technical demands with Romantic soul. The concert opens with the cinematic sweep of music from Hitchcock’s Vertigo.
.For those ambitious and advanced flute students who wish to improve their technique. Minimum requirement for the class is performance at NYSSMA Level VI and an interview or audition with the instructor.
It’s not the holidays without Jeff Tyzik and the RPO! Beloved carols and joyful melodies celebrate the season, plus crooner Denzal Sinclaire joins the festivities for a new spin on a Rochester tradition.
7:30 pm on 21/21, 8pm on 12/22, 2pm and 8pm on 12/23
Beloved the world over for his charm, humanity, and irrepressible joy of music-making, Itzhak Perlman is undeniably the reigning virtuoso of violin. Join this extraordinary artist for an unforgettable evening of cinematic treasures.
If you want to learn to play the ukulele, or improve your skills, this camp is for you. We’ll start with the basics: tuning, simple chords, and strumming. Campers need to bring their own ukulele and
Get ready for an afternoon of lively music and laughter! Following last season’s performance of The Pirates of Penzance for young audiences, the RPO will once again team up with the Eastman School of Music to present another Gilbert and Sullivan operetta.
For the grand season finale, Ward Stare and the RPO present a complete performance, in concert, of Puccini’s great opera. Filled with justly-famous arias, La Bohème is guaranteed to provide an unparalleled evening of musical magic.
The RPO is your soundtrack, performing the iconic themes of Halo, Final Fantasy, Castlevania, Kingdom Hearts, BioShock, Portal, Metal Gear Solid, and many more, while stunning visual projections bring the art of video games to dazzling life.
From a galaxy far, far away to a boy’s first day at Hogwarts, he’s the master behind the sound of the greatest films of our time. Join the RPO for an evening celebrating selections from John Williams' most popular movie scores.
Celebrate some of the most iconic female artists of all time, and the songs that made them famous. From Aretha Franklin and The Ronettes to Joni Mitchell and Pat Benatar, Jeff Tyzik's all-new show is sure to have audiences on their feet!
Since its founding by George Eastman in 1922, the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra has been committed to enriching and inspiring our community through the art of music!
The RPO's OrKIDStra family concert series is designed to introduce children to the joys of orchestral music through shorter works and interactive participation. These performances take place at the Performance Hall at Hochstein on Sunday afternoons.