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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Jan
22
Wed
Musical Theatre – Assassins @ Wadsworth Auditorium at SUNY Geneseo
Jan 22 @ 7:30 pm

The Department of Music’s Musical Theatre Program proudly presents Assassins.

Music & Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
Book by John Weidman
Director: Melanie Blood
Music Director: Don Kot
Stage Manager: Catie Henzel, assisted by Emma Brune and Sandra Kralik
Scene Designer: Brodie McPherson
Costume Designer: Janice Ferger
Sound Designer: Dave LaDue
Lighting designer: Casey McNamara
Technical Director: Sean McGrath.

Wednesday 1/22 through Saturday 1/25 at 7:30 PM and Sunday 1/26 at 2:00 PM

General Admission $15.00 / Geneseo students $10.00

Tickets can be purchased from www.geneseo.edu/bbo/tickets (service fee applies) or at the Wadsworth Auditorium Box Office two hours before each show.

Summary: Stephen Sondheim and John Weidman bring together the historical figures of the four successful assassins of U.S. presidents and five more who attempted to assassinate a president. In a thoughtful, provoking, and often funny ninety-minute musical, Sondheim and Weidman muse on American rights and freedoms and how these assassins felt they were denied rights and turned those feelings violently toward a national stage. The show also demonstrates how America’s violent criminals study and copycat earlier crimes, especially in shootings, and prefer notoriety to invisibility, as the nine assassins interact in the fictional stage space.

Cast: Will Snyder as John Wilkes Booth; Patrick Jones as Charles Guiteau; Rocky Nardone as Leon Czolgosz; Jacob Anspach as Giuseppe Zangara; Brett Hammes as Lee Harvey Oswald and Balladeer; Josh DeBell as Sam Byck; Annie Levine as Squeaky Froome; Kelsey Roberts as Sarah Jane Moore; Ben Bernstein as John Hinckley; Tristan Strasser as Proprietor; Kat Berton as Emma Goldman and others; Carl Treiber as David Herold and others; Mick Elliott as Billy Moore and others; and Sydney Lyons as Housewife and others.

Jan
23
Thu
Musical Theatre – Assassins @ Wadsworth Auditorium at SUNY Geneseo
Jan 23 @ 7:30 pm

The Department of Music’s Musical Theatre Program proudly presents Assassins.

Music & Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
Book by John Weidman
Director: Melanie Blood
Music Director: Don Kot
Stage Manager: Catie Henzel, assisted by Emma Brune and Sandra Kralik
Scene Designer: Brodie McPherson
Costume Designer: Janice Ferger
Sound Designer: Dave LaDue
Lighting designer: Casey McNamara
Technical Director: Sean McGrath.

Wednesday 1/22 through Saturday 1/25 at 7:30 PM and Sunday 1/26 at 2:00 PM

General Admission $15.00 / Geneseo students $10.00

Tickets can be purchased from www.geneseo.edu/bbo/tickets (service fee applies) or at the Wadsworth Auditorium Box Office two hours before each show.

Summary: Stephen Sondheim and John Weidman bring together the historical figures of the four successful assassins of U.S. presidents and five more who attempted to assassinate a president. In a thoughtful, provoking, and often funny ninety-minute musical, Sondheim and Weidman muse on American rights and freedoms and how these assassins felt they were denied rights and turned those feelings violently toward a national stage. The show also demonstrates how America’s violent criminals study and copycat earlier crimes, especially in shootings, and prefer notoriety to invisibility, as the nine assassins interact in the fictional stage space.

Cast: Will Snyder as John Wilkes Booth; Patrick Jones as Charles Guiteau; Rocky Nardone as Leon Czolgosz; Jacob Anspach as Giuseppe Zangara; Brett Hammes as Lee Harvey Oswald and Balladeer; Josh DeBell as Sam Byck; Annie Levine as Squeaky Froome; Kelsey Roberts as Sarah Jane Moore; Ben Bernstein as John Hinckley; Tristan Strasser as Proprietor; Kat Berton as Emma Goldman and others; Carl Treiber as David Herold and others; Mick Elliott as Billy Moore and others; and Sydney Lyons as Housewife and others.

Jan
24
Fri
Musical Theatre – Assassins @ Wadsworth Auditorium at SUNY Geneseo
Jan 24 @ 7:30 pm

The Department of Music’s Musical Theatre Program proudly presents Assassins.

Music & Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
Book by John Weidman
Director: Melanie Blood
Music Director: Don Kot
Stage Manager: Catie Henzel, assisted by Emma Brune and Sandra Kralik
Scene Designer: Brodie McPherson
Costume Designer: Janice Ferger
Sound Designer: Dave LaDue
Lighting designer: Casey McNamara
Technical Director: Sean McGrath.

Wednesday 1/22 through Saturday 1/25 at 7:30 PM and Sunday 1/26 at 2:00 PM

General Admission $15.00 / Geneseo students $10.00

Tickets can be purchased from www.geneseo.edu/bbo/tickets (service fee applies) or at the Wadsworth Auditorium Box Office two hours before each show.

Summary: Stephen Sondheim and John Weidman bring together the historical figures of the four successful assassins of U.S. presidents and five more who attempted to assassinate a president. In a thoughtful, provoking, and often funny ninety-minute musical, Sondheim and Weidman muse on American rights and freedoms and how these assassins felt they were denied rights and turned those feelings violently toward a national stage. The show also demonstrates how America’s violent criminals study and copycat earlier crimes, especially in shootings, and prefer notoriety to invisibility, as the nine assassins interact in the fictional stage space.

Cast: Will Snyder as John Wilkes Booth; Patrick Jones as Charles Guiteau; Rocky Nardone as Leon Czolgosz; Jacob Anspach as Giuseppe Zangara; Brett Hammes as Lee Harvey Oswald and Balladeer; Josh DeBell as Sam Byck; Annie Levine as Squeaky Froome; Kelsey Roberts as Sarah Jane Moore; Ben Bernstein as John Hinckley; Tristan Strasser as Proprietor; Kat Berton as Emma Goldman and others; Carl Treiber as David Herold and others; Mick Elliott as Billy Moore and others; and Sydney Lyons as Housewife and others.

Jan
25
Sat
Musical Theatre – Assassins @ Wadsworth Auditorium at SUNY Geneseo
Jan 25 @ 7:30 pm

The Department of Music’s Musical Theatre Program proudly presents Assassins.

Music & Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
Book by John Weidman
Director: Melanie Blood
Music Director: Don Kot
Stage Manager: Catie Henzel, assisted by Emma Brune and Sandra Kralik
Scene Designer: Brodie McPherson
Costume Designer: Janice Ferger
Sound Designer: Dave LaDue
Lighting designer: Casey McNamara
Technical Director: Sean McGrath.

Wednesday 1/22 through Saturday 1/25 at 7:30 PM and Sunday 1/26 at 2:00 PM

General Admission $15.00 / Geneseo students $10.00

Tickets can be purchased from www.geneseo.edu/bbo/tickets (service fee applies) or at the Wadsworth Auditorium Box Office two hours before each show.

Summary: Stephen Sondheim and John Weidman bring together the historical figures of the four successful assassins of U.S. presidents and five more who attempted to assassinate a president. In a thoughtful, provoking, and often funny ninety-minute musical, Sondheim and Weidman muse on American rights and freedoms and how these assassins felt they were denied rights and turned those feelings violently toward a national stage. The show also demonstrates how America’s violent criminals study and copycat earlier crimes, especially in shootings, and prefer notoriety to invisibility, as the nine assassins interact in the fictional stage space.

Cast: Will Snyder as John Wilkes Booth; Patrick Jones as Charles Guiteau; Rocky Nardone as Leon Czolgosz; Jacob Anspach as Giuseppe Zangara; Brett Hammes as Lee Harvey Oswald and Balladeer; Josh DeBell as Sam Byck; Annie Levine as Squeaky Froome; Kelsey Roberts as Sarah Jane Moore; Ben Bernstein as John Hinckley; Tristan Strasser as Proprietor; Kat Berton as Emma Goldman and others; Carl Treiber as David Herold and others; Mick Elliott as Billy Moore and others; and Sydney Lyons as Housewife and others.

Jan
26
Sun
Musical Theatre – Assassins @ Wadsworth Auditorium at SUNY Geneseo
Jan 26 @ 2:00 pm

The Department of Music’s Musical Theatre Program proudly presents Assassins.

Music & Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
Book by John Weidman
Director: Melanie Blood
Music Director: Don Kot
Stage Manager: Catie Henzel, assisted by Emma Brune and Sandra Kralik
Scene Designer: Brodie McPherson
Costume Designer: Janice Ferger
Sound Designer: Dave LaDue
Lighting designer: Casey McNamara
Technical Director: Sean McGrath.

Wednesday 1/22 through Saturday 1/25 at 7:30 PM and Sunday 1/26 at 2:00 PM

General Admission $15.00 / Geneseo students $10.00

Tickets can be purchased from www.geneseo.edu/bbo/tickets (service fee applies) or at the Wadsworth Auditorium Box Office two hours before each show.

Summary: Stephen Sondheim and John Weidman bring together the historical figures of the four successful assassins of U.S. presidents and five more who attempted to assassinate a president. In a thoughtful, provoking, and often funny ninety-minute musical, Sondheim and Weidman muse on American rights and freedoms and how these assassins felt they were denied rights and turned those feelings violently toward a national stage. The show also demonstrates how America’s violent criminals study and copycat earlier crimes, especially in shootings, and prefer notoriety to invisibility, as the nine assassins interact in the fictional stage space.

Cast: Will Snyder as John Wilkes Booth; Patrick Jones as Charles Guiteau; Rocky Nardone as Leon Czolgosz; Jacob Anspach as Giuseppe Zangara; Brett Hammes as Lee Harvey Oswald and Balladeer; Josh DeBell as Sam Byck; Annie Levine as Squeaky Froome; Kelsey Roberts as Sarah Jane Moore; Ben Bernstein as John Hinckley; Tristan Strasser as Proprietor; Kat Berton as Emma Goldman and others; Carl Treiber as David Herold and others; Mick Elliott as Billy Moore and others; and Sydney Lyons as Housewife and others.

Jan
31
Fri
Ken Luk, Faculty Guitar Recital @ Doty Recital Hall at SUNY Geneseo
Jan 31 @ 7:30 pm

The SUNY Geneseo Department of Music presents a guitar faculty recital by Ken Luk on Friday, January 31 at 7:30 PM in the Doty Recital Hall.

As a guitarist, teacher, and an arranger, Ken Luk actively performs in different solo and chamber music settings. Born and raised in Hong Kong, Ken studied with Dr. Nicholas Goluses and finished his Doctor of Musical Arts degree at the Eastman School of Music. This first half of the recital will feature solo guitar works of the Brazilian musical tradition, and the second half will feature Trio Ghidorah – a classical guitar trio formed by Dr. Luk and two fellow Eastman graduates – Dr. Erik Gibelyou and Dr. Bernardo Marcondes Rodrigues. The trio will perform compositions and arrangements from the classical canon, contemporary works, and Latin American music.

Admission is free / all are welcome.

Feb
1
Sat
Geneseo String Band Square Dance @ MacVittie College Union Ballroom
Feb 1 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Square Dance with the Geneseo String Band
• 7 – 10 PM
• Jim Kimball, Director
• Everyone welcome, no experience required
• General Admission $3, students & spectators $1, 12 and under free
• Cash only, sold at the door.
• Refreshments available (enjoy the Union Starbucks)
• Parking free in any of the faculty lots
• Old-time Eastern style dancing and basic instruction will be offered.

Sponsored by the SUNY Geneseo Music Department.

Feb
9
Sun
SUNY Geneseo Wind Quintet @ Doty Recital Hall
Feb 9 @ 3:00 pm

Join the Geneseo Wind Quintet on Sunday, February 9th at 3:00 pm in Doty Recital Hall for our spring concert featuring an airy and animated keyboard music program! Colorful transcriptions for the core woodwind quintet members of keyboard works by Bach and Beethoven will precede Poulenc’s tour de force, Sextour, featuring SUNY Geneseo Instrumental Collaborative Pianist, Kurt Galvan.

Enamored with the remarkable instrumental concertos of Antonio Vivaldi, J.S. Bach absorbed the essence of Vivaldi’s clever melodic shaping and confident contrasts between tutti and solo sections as he delved into his own adaptations of the very same music he revered. Bach’s Concerto for Organ No. 2 in A minor, BWV 394, is an adaptation of Vivaldi’s famous Concerto for Two Violins in A minor, RV 522, No. 8, and the Geneseo Wind Quintet lends its colorful timbres to one more degree of transformation, in Mordechai Rechtman’s arrangement of Bach’s work. Felix Skowronek’s transcription of L. van Beethoven’s cheery Pieces for Mechanical Organ for wind quintet, creatively displays the clock-like time and colors of characteristic wooden and metal pipes associated with the 18th century mechanical instrument. To close the program, pianist Kurt Galvan will join the quintet members for a rousing performance of a piece composed in 1931 and continually revised for a decade during a period of wartime anguish, Poulenc’s Sextour.

The Wind Quintet members: Andrew Brown, clarinet; Megan Kyle, oboe; Maura McCune Corvington, horn; Martha Sholl, bassoon; Kathryn Scarbrough flute

Admission is free / all are welcome.

Feb
16
Sun
LCHS Program: In Our Backyard Series – Part I @ Livingston County Historical Society Museum
Feb 16 @ 1:30 pm

Join us in kicking off our “In Our Backyard Series.” How well do you know Livingston County towns? Neighboring towns are rich with history and places to visit, and just a short drive away. Three separate 15 minute presentations may just inspire your next “staycation.”

• Additional parking available in church lot next door.
• Free and open to the public.

2020 Program of the Livingston County Historical Society and Museum

Feb
22
Sat
Limelight & Accents: GAELIC STORM @ Wadsworth Auditorium
Feb 22 @ 7:00 pm

Limelight & Accents Performing Arts Series 2019 – 2020

A truly down to earth, working man’s Celtic band, Gaelic Storm continues to tour 200 days a year even after 20 years of success. They attribute their success to their fanatic audience, coming from bluegrass roots, the storytelling as well as the band’s love for the very instruments they play with.

Mar
15
Sun
LCHS Program – History of Livingston County Railroads: The Three P’s @ Livingston County Historical Society Museum
Mar 15 @ 1:30 pm

Michael J. Connor, Principal Railroad Consultant & Advisor, knows everything about railroads….and more! Learn about the history of railroads in Livingston County, what is happening now, and ponder the potential that rail travel could become.

• Additional parking available in church lot next door.
• Free and open to the public.

2020 Program of the Livingston County Historical Society and Museum

Apr
19
Sun
LCHS Program: From Geneseo to Europe & Back Again @ Livingston County Historical Society Museum
Apr 19 @ 1:30 pm

Major General James S. Wadsworth’s daughter, Elizabeth, led an interesting life both in Geneseso and abroad. The presentation will cover her youth and the loss of her father; her first marriage and life in France; her second marriage and subsequent life between Ireland and England (Lady Barrymore); her two daughters’ upbringing and the society around them.

• Additional parking available in church lot next door.
• Free and open to the public.

2020 Program of the Livingston County Historical Society and Museum

Apr
22
Wed
GREAT Day @ various SUNY Geneseo locations
Apr 22 all-day

Geneseo Recognizing Excellence, Achievement and Talent Day is a college-wide symposium celebrating the creative and scholarly endeavors of our students. In addition to recognizing the achievements of our students, the purpose of GREAT Day is to help foster academic excellence, encourage professional development, and build connections within the community.

May
10
Sun
History & Photographic Tour of Craig Colony and LCHS Semi Annual Meeting @ Livingston County Historical Society Museum
May 10 @ 1:30 pm

Photographer Char Szabo-Perricelli & David Mack-Hardiman, Director of the Museum of disABILITY History recently released their new book Colony Chronicles. “The cryptic history of the Craig Colony has been brought to life through rich history and eclectic photographs. Packed with personal memoirs and riveting research, this is an absorbing and rare account of life inside an American Institution.”

• Additional parking available in church lot next door.
• Free and open to the public.

2020 Program of the Livingston County Historical Society and Museum

Jun
14
Sun
LCHS Program: In Our Backyard Series Part 2 @ Livingston County Historical Society Museum
Jun 14 @ 1:30 pm

Part 2 of our six part “In Our Backyard Series” features new towns, new stories, and three new separate 15 minute presentations. How well do you know Livingston County towns? Neighboring towns are rich with history and places to visit, and just a short drive away. Once again, we hope to inspire your next “staycation” in Livingston County.

• Additional parking available in church lot next door.
• Free and open to the public.

2020 Program of the Livingston County Historical Society and Museum