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1995–1996 Schedule of Events



Saturday, 14 October 1995, 8:15 PM

Koresh Dance Company

Koresh photo The Koresh Dance Company, a company of 18, has attracted a wide amount of media attention since its debut in 1991, and has performed everywhere from Lincoln Center to the Historic 30th Street Amtrak Station in Philadelphia to the fashion circuit of Washington, D.C.





Friday, 10 November 1995, 8:15 PM

Syracuse Symphony Orchestra

Peter Rubardt, Associate Conductor




Friday, 5 January 1996, 8:15 PM

Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra

Robert Bernhardt, Principal Conductor
Benedetto Lupo, Pianist (Bronze Medalist, 8th Van Cliburn Competition)




Sunday, 3 March 1996, 7:00 PM

Gigi

Charming turn-of-the-century musical based on Colette's story of a French girl who's groomed to be a coutesan. Its memorable score includes: "Gigi," "Thank Heavan for Little Girls," "The Night They Invented Champagne," and "I Remember It Well." One of the great musical classics.




Thursday, 25 April 1996, 8:15 PM

Syracuse Symphony Orchestra

Peter Rubardt, Associate Conductor
Lee-Chin Siow, Violin Soloist



1994—1995 Season's Program

Over 3100 people attended Geneva Concerts performances during the 1994-1995 season which featured these programs:

Garth Fagan Dance

The Syracuse Symphony

Peter Rubardt, Associate Conductor

The Widespread Depression Jazz Orchestra featuring Michael Hashim

The Syracuse Symphony

Peter Rubardt, Associate Conductor

The Rochester Philharmonic

Peter Bay, Associate Conductor


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