GENESEO CALENDAR OF EVENTS
Geneseo provides residents and visitors with a wide variety of activities that appeal to all ages and interests. Please browse through our many events, which we attempt to keep as current as possible. Our sister website, www.geneseony.org, contains schedules of governmental organizations and meetings.
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After a brief LCHS semi-annual meeting, Presenter Dr Joe Cope will present along side talented SUNY Geneseo students who recently completed a semester learning about WWI.
• Light refreshments and beverages provided.
• Additional parking available in church lot next door.
• Free and open to the public.
2017 Program of the Livingston County Historical Society and Museum
By Fay and Michael Kanin
Directed by Alexandr Lyutenskov
April 26, 27, 28 and 29 at 7:30 PM
April 29 and 30 at 2 PM
Based on Akira Kurosowa’s cinematic masterpiece and set in a bayou in post-nuclear America, the Rashomon tale begins with an unlikely gathering of a Priest, a Woodcutter, and a Wigmaker (who uses the hair of corpses to ply his trade) beneath Rashomon Gate as their surroundings are engulfed in a brutal storm. The Priest and Woodcutter are still in shock, having attended a murder trial the day before in which testimony is given about a samurai who had been found brutally stabbed within a grove. The prime suspect is the infamous Tajomaru, a bandit of the region. The drama revolves around the debate of whom to believe because every suspect and victim (including the Samurai’s Ghost) had a completely different story to tell. Rashomon digs deep into the human ego, and explores how we recreate the past to fulfill our own desires.
Composed by Verdi in Paris in 1873, the Requiem is the most popular and often-performed major choral work alongside Mozart’s Requiem.
Verdi composed the final movement, the “Libera me”, first as a tribute to Gioachino Rossini who died in 1868. It was to be part of a collaboration on a Requiem in Rossini’s honor alongside twelve other famous Italian composers of the time. When this project was abandoned by the organizers, Verdi was inspired to finish the work five years later upon hearing of the death in 1873 of the Italian writer and humanist Alessandro Manzoni, whom Verdi had known and admired. For this reason, the work is sometimes called the Manzoni Requiem.
The performance will take place on Sunday, April 30 at 3:00pm in Wadsworth Auditorium on the campus of SUNY Geneseo. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for students, available only at the door.
Open to everyone / 1st Monday of each month
RSVP 585-820-4029 or 585-243-4490
May 1 – Beef Stew and Pie
The Geneseo Percussion Ensemble will perform an exciting free concert, featuring Marimba Quartet by Daniel Levitan, Steve Reich’s Music for Pieces of Wood, and the concert will end with an unpredictable and surprising work – Phantom Dances by Michael Hennagin!
Jim Tiller, Conductor
This concert is free and open to all.
April 18 – John Novak
April 25 – Ronald McEntire
May 2 – Malcolm Matthews
May 9 – Judy Congdon
Facility fully accessible – join us.
Meets on the first Friday of the month from 1-2:30 PM.
All ages are welcome.
The focus of the support and encouragement will be coping skills based on cognitive behavioral therapy.
Bluebell hikes begin at 10 AM and again at 2 PM.
This 3.5 mile walk takes place on trails that will be muddy and includes hiking through fields and over uneven surfaces. The hike features working agricultural fields and a forest along the Genesee River that is host to a spectacular sea of Common Bluebell flowers. The walk will take between 1.5 and 2 hours; please arrive early.
The hike will depart rain or shine. There is no transportation available. Participants must be able to complete the round trip.
The hike takes place on private property. Please help us continue this event by only visiting with us during these scheduled times.
*Event supported by Steuben Trust Company