The Landmark Society of Western New York continues the celebration of its 80th Anniversary year with a special evening of performing arts in one of Rochester’s most historically-significant buildings.
The concert will be at the Hochstein Performance Hall on Friday, February 23 at 7 p.m. It will be the first time that PUSH Physical Theater and the Ying Quartet have appeared on the same stage.
They will share that stage with this year’s recipient of the Eastman School of Music’s William Warfield Scholarship, Jonathan Rhodes.
These performers will come together in a collaborative piece that explores the relationship between historic preservation, the arts, and the community.
Darren Stevenson, Artistic Director for PUSH Physical Theatre, and Larry Francer, Associate Director of Preservation of the Landmark Society, stopped by Good Day Rochester to talk about the show.