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and Stampede. Members include Vinnie Paul, Chad Gray, Greg Tribbett, Tom Maxwell and Bob Zilla.

Auditorium Theatre | thru April 29 This Rochester engagement of Jersey Boys, winner of both the Tony Lovin’ Cup | Apr. 18 Award for “Best Musi The Celtic rock band, cal” and the Grammy Tempest now hails from Award for “Best Musical the San Francisco Bay Recording,” finds local area and performs Ameriaudiences enjoying percan folk, Celtic, Nor wefor mances throughout gian and European music the month of April. The along with progressive show has been breaking rock. Since for ming in box office records across 1988, the group has delivNorth America as it tells ered a globally-renowned the story of Frankie Valli hybrid of music to the and The Four Seasons, delight of fans and critics delighting audiences with alike, resulting in several the group’s memorable acclaimed CDs and more music, performed to perthan 2,000 gigs. Led by fection. In fact, fans can’t Lief Sorbye, who is from Known and loved for their high-energy show and irreverent humor, Texas seem to get enough of Oslo Nor way, the band psychobilly trio, Reverend Horton Heat play the German House, April 25. Frankie , Bob Gaudio, includes Prime Cuts and To m m y D e V i t o a n d Another Dawn among their Nick Massi - the group more recent releases. Cruise. Her latest release is Runof blue-collar boys from away, which features members the wrong side of the tracks of the popular group, Girls With who became one of the biggest Dome Arena | Apr. 18 Guitars. American pop music sensations This Guitars & Stars tour feaBug Jar | Apr. 18 of all time. They wrote their own tures Kix Broooks (”New to this Vermont’s instrumental surf songs, invented their own sound, Town”), Lauren Alaina (“Georgia metal trio, The Concrete Rivals, and sold 175 million records Peaches”), Edens Edge (“Amen”), tours in support of a debut alworldwide - all before they were Casey James (“Let’s Don’t Call bum, Eat Their Weight In Snakes, thirty! The show features all their It A Night”), and Jana Kramer on State & Main Records. They favorites – “Sherry,” “Big Girls (“Why Ya Wanna”). open for Rochester’s own, The Don’t Cry,” “Rag Doll,” “Oh What Abilene Bar & Lounge | Apr. 18 Isotopes. a Night” and “Can’t Take My Eyes L’il Brian & the Zydeco TravOff You.” elers is one of the tightest and Water St. Music Hall | Apr. 18 most musically accomplished The hardcore/post-punk band, units to emerge on the zydeco Clutch, formed in 1991 and maincircuit, taking the funk-driven Dinosaur BBQ | Apr. 18 tains a devoted cult following. sound of bands such as Beau Blues artist Samantha Fish Smith Opera House, Geneva | The group’s accomplishments Jocque & the Zydeco Hi-Rollers is known for her cool, confident Apr. 18 include being praised by critics one step further, even performing vocals that are described as noth The world famous Glenn from all walks, from the New York a rap tune which pays tribute to ing less than beguiling. The young Miller Orchestra is one of the Times and NME to Rolling Stone and demands respect for Creole performer hails from Kansas City most popular and sought after and Kerrang. Releases include culture. Their release, Funky Nawhere she’s been knocking ‘em big bands in the world today, for Robot Hive, Jam Room, Strange tion, proved that zydeco can be a dead on the club scene for some both concert and swing dance Cousins from the West and their cutting edge sound as vital to a time. Fish has toured with Cassie engagements. Originally formed most recent, Blast Tyrant…The new generation of fans as it has Taylor and Dani Wilde as part of by Glenn Miller himself, the band hard rock/metal supergroup, been for longtime buffs. the Blues Caravan Tour; and has became famous for its recordings Hellyeah, tours in support of its appeared across North America of “In the Mood,” “Chattanooga third album, Band of Brothers, on and Europe as well as at sea on Choo Choo,” “Midnight Serenade” Eleven Seven Records. Previous the Legendary Rhythm & Blues and “Tuxedo Junction.” Miller releases include a self-titled debut,

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Water St. Music Hall | Apr.20 The Indie pop band, Fun., is Nate Ruess, Andrew Dost and Jack Antonoff. The groupâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s first album, Aim and Ignite, was released in 2009, spawning the hit singles â&#x20AC;&#x153;At Least Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m Not Sad (As I Used to Be),â&#x20AC;? and â&#x20AC;&#x153;All The Pretty Girls.â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x153;Walking The Dog,â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x153;Believe in Me,â&#x20AC;? and â&#x20AC;&#x153;Câ&#x20AC;&#x2122;monâ&#x20AC;? soon followed. Last year, Fun release their Some

Kodak Hall | Apr. 19 & 21 The internationally celebrated conductor Vladimir Verbitsky has conducted orchestras worldwide with special appointments in Russia and Australia. He has performed with celebrated soloists including Viktor Tretiakov, Igor Oistrakh, and Frank Peter Zimmermann; and has multiple reJersey Boys cordings to his credit Auditorium Theatre | thru April 29 with major orchestras. Vladimir Putin named Verbitsky the â&#x20AC;&#x153;Peopleâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Artist of Nights LP, featuring the enorRussia.â&#x20AC;? Here in Rochester, he is mously successful single, â&#x20AC;&#x153;We Are joined by pianist Andre Laplante Youngâ&#x20AC;? (Certified Platinum). for a program called â&#x20AC;&#x153;Russian Masters. The Juno-winning Canadian artist placed second in 1978 at the International Tchaikovsky German House | Apr. 20 Competition, the same year he Rochesterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s own Lou Gramm made his Carnegie Hall debut. began his career in the local group The Toronto Sun says of Andre, Black Sheep before earning fame â&#x20AC;&#x153;He is one of those rare soloists as the lead vocalist of Foreigner whose every effort is aimed at (â&#x20AC;&#x153;Cold As Ice,â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x153;Waiting for a serving the music.â&#x20AC;? Girl Like You,â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x153;I Want to Know What Love Is,â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x153;Midnight Blueâ&#x20AC;?). Through the years, heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s also had an extensive solo career and heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Comedy Club | Apr. 19 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 21 lent his talent to a number of col Pauly Shore first came to nalaborative projects. Brain tional attention when his MTV surger y for a tumor show, Totally Pauly became a huge slowed his career hit in 1990. In 1993, he wrote and for a bit, but heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s starred in a one-hour HBO televifully recovered now, sion special, Pauly Does Dallas, and performing as which garnered rave reviews. He the Lou Gramm made his feature film debut in Band with Encino Man, then went on to star his brothin such films as Son-In-Law, In er Ben The Army, Bio Dome, Opposite Day, Gramm, Bucky Larson: Born to Be a Star AD Zimand his own mockumentary, Pauly m e r Shore is Dead. Comedy albums man, include The Future of America, D a n and Pauly Shore: Hollywood We ManHave a Problem. Among his recent cuso accomplishments is the 2008 sketch comedy movie, Natural Born Komics, which he produced, directs and starred in; and the critically acclaimed film, Adopted (2010), produced, directed and starring Shore. His latest project Pauly Shore is a 90-minute comedy variety Comedy Club | Apr. 19 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 21 special, Vegas Is My Oyster.

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Julia Nunes

Hobart & William Smith Colleges, Geneva | Apr. 20 Singer/songwriter (and Fairport native) Julia Nunes has been performing since age 13 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; on guitar, ukulele, melodica and piano. She has created more than sixty music videos â&#x20AC;&#x201C; each of which has been viewed an average of 650,000 times. With over five million hits to date â&#x20AC;&#x201C; perhaps the most popular is â&#x20AC;&#x153;Into The Sunshineâ&#x20AC;? from her I Wrote These CD. Julia has appeared with Ben Folds, Ben Kweller and Weezer; and at such festivals as Bonaroo, Sundance and South by Southwest.

Kiku Collins

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SUNY Geneseo | Apr. 20 Kiku Collins has established herself as one of todayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s top pop, jazz and R&B artists, performing on some of the biggest stages in the world. Jazz Journal International has said of her, â&#x20AC;&#x153;Ms. Collins plays trumpet and f lugelhorn like a twenty-first century Miles Davis.â&#x20AC;? Her latest recording, Red Light, showcases her abilities as a composer and performer.

dozens of contemporary singer/ songwriters whose music she loves. Lavin has won the NAIRD Award, a New York Music Award, an ASCAP Composer Award, and many other accolades.

Flatbed

Amy Speace

Abilene Bar & Lounge | Apr. 20 The Americana/Roots-rock band, Flatbed, is Derek Bassett, Thom Davis, Joell Labert, Nathan Montague and Michael Tinsmon. The group is known for its tight harmonies and prolific songwriting, making each show a unique performance. Theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re also constantly re-working well-loved American rock, county and blues classics which they mix in with original tunes. Their latest album is Scratches and Dents.

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CafĂŠ Veritas | Apr. 21 New York City vocalist Amy Speace saw her 2009 release, The Killer In Me, named to the Top 10 list of that year by WFUV. The CD is a follow-up to 2006â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Songs for

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Main St. Armory | Apr. 21 DJ, producer and remixer, Lorin Ashton (a.k.a. Bassnectar), is a freeform dubstep artist known for his eclectic sound embracing elements of extreme

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bass, breakbeat and other styles with shifting tempos, moods and dynamics. Much of his work has a strong activist quality as he promotes social and political causes. The CA-based artist enjoys great popularity at his impressive live shows and has released eight albums and five EPs to date, the latest being Divergent Spectrum and VaVaVoomâ&#x20AC;ŚColoradoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s VibeSquaD is Aaron Holstein, who now tours in support of his latest, Remix Mashers, Vol. 2. His sound is described as psychedelic bass music, and electronic funk.

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Smith Opera House, Geneva | Apr. 21 Christine Lavin has been a major force in the contemporary music world for over two decades and maintains a non-stop concert schedule that takes her all over the U.S., Canada and points beyond. A multi-award winning singer/ songwriter/guitarist and comedienne, she has recorded and released more than twenty solo albums and produced several compilations showcasing the works of

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Kid Cudi SUNY Geneseo | Apr. 21

SUNY Geneseo | Apr. 21 Kid Cudi (a.k.a. Scott Ramon Seguro Mescudi) first gained attention with his mixtape A Kid Named Cudi, which was followed by the hit single, “Day ‘n’ Nite” from his debut LP, Man on the Moon: The End of Day. Since then, he’s released Man on the Moon II: The Legend of Mr. Rager, a mixtape - A Man Named Scott, and more recently, Man on the Moon III. Hit songs include “Make Her Say,” “Pursuit of Happiness,” “Erase Me” and “The Ruler and the Killer” which was featured in the film, The Hunger Games…Tinie Tempah (a.k.a. Patrick Chukwuemeka Okogwu)

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released his first “Truce” and “Rivmixtape in 2007; er of Rapture.” with an album, Earlier releases Disc-Overy, foli n c l ude d T he lowing in 2010. Ultra-Violence, The English Frolic through rapper found the Park, Act III, hits with the The Art of Dysingles “Miami ing, and Killing 2 Ibiza,” “WritSeason…The death ten in the Stars,” metal mavens, Kri“ F r i s k y, ” siun, began and “Pass their career Out.” The in the ‘90s Lou Gramm la tes t rewith the German House | Apr. 20 lease from release of this awardEvil Age, winning artist is Demonstration. Black Force Domain and Apocalyptic Revelation. The group has gone on to release a half-dozen studio albums including their latest, The Great Execution. Band members Lovin’ Cup | Apr. 21 include Alex Camargo, Moyses The indie pop rock duo of Sirsy Kolesne and Max Kolesne… The features Rich Libutti and Melanie thrash metal powerhouse band, Krahmer. They perform sultry, Havok, hails from Denver and has soulful music as heard on their released an LP, Time Is Up. The new CD, Revolution. The duo has group is known for their skilled earned fans by constant touring, musicianship and a “punch-youplaying over 250 shows a year, in-the-throat” style of music. Singaining a cult following along the gles include “Prepare for Attack,” way. “Fatal Intervention,” “Scumbag in Disguise” and “Covering Fire.”

Sirsy

Sarah & the Tall Boys

Abilene Bar & Lounge | Apr. 22 The Americana/blues/country/rock band of Sarah & the Tall Boys features Sarah Potenza Crossman on vocals, Ian Crossman on bass, Dan Allen on guitar/ harmonica, and Bryan Sansom on drums. The Chicago-based band is a regular performer in that city at such locations as Honky Tonk BBQ, Underground Wonder Bar, The Smoke Daddy and Uncommon Ground. Their debut release, Shiny and New was followed by A Lifetime Worth of Sin.

Sepultura

w/Death Angel, Krisiun, Havok

Water St. Music Hall | Apr. 22 The Brazilian heav y metal band , Sepultura, for med in the mid ‘80s and enjoyed much success through the nineties and beyond, selling over twenty million records worldwide. Their latest album, Kairos, is a followup to 2009’s A-Lex. Current band members include Andreas Kisser on guitar, Derrick Green on vocals, Eloy Casagrande on drums and Paulo Jr. on bass… San Francisco Bay Area thrashers, Death Angel released their popular album, Relentless Retribution in 2010, spawning the hit singles,

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Montage Music Hall | Apr. 24 The Hed to Head Tour 2012 brings several metal acts to town… From Cleveland comes the industrial metal band, Mushroomhead. Their latest album is Beautiful Stories for Ugly Children on Megaforce Records, which spawned the hits “Come On” and “I’ll Be Here.”…Formed in 1994, Hed PE performs a mix of punk rock and hip hop, mixing blues, funk and jazz into their sound. They tour in support of their latest, Ascension…Nominated for two Kerrang! Awards, American Head Charge, is an industrial metal band from Minneapolis. The group recently reformed and are working on a new EP…Tenaf ly Viper, made up of Mushroomhead’s drummer, Steve “Skinny” Felton and vocalist, Waylon Reavis along with Jim LaMarca and Tommy Church, join the show supporting their brand new release, The Queen, The Night, & The Liars… Completing the bill is Corvus, one of Arizona’s finest Metal acts. Prolific songwriters, the band has released four albums in just over two years. They’re known for heavy riffs, melodic solos, vocal melodies and lyrical imagery.

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Leland Sundries

w/Joan Hutcheson

Abilene Bar & Lounge | Apr. 24 Brooklyn’s Leland Sundries is led by troubadour Nick LossEaton whose baritone has a weathered sound that defies his young age. Time Out New York has described Leland Sundries as performing “oddball storytelling with a lo-fi country sensibility.” The group’s first EP, “The Apothecary,” was recently followed by “The Foundry.”…Joan Hutcheson has appeared at the National Women’s Music Festival, as well as in galleries, taverns and clubs nationwide. Described by IndianapolisMusic. net with the comment, “This girl is adorable and has the voice of an angel,” Joan now resides in Williamsburg (NYC).

City Lights

w/We Still Dream

Club @ Water St. | Apr. 24 From Columbus OH comes City Lights, performing music from their debut EP, “Rock Like A Party Star.” The group, formed in 2008, has established itself as a band with instantly loveable songs and a great live show. Their new album is In It To Win It…We Still Dream is a five piece pop-punk rock band from Jacksonville. The group is known for its high-energy show featuring edgy music with catchy melodies.

Rev. Horton Heat

German House | Apr. 25 The Reverend Horton Heat has played its high-octane blend of rockabilly punk with everyone from The Cramps to Smashing Pumpkin. The Reverend (aka Jim Heath on vocals & guitar) began as a guitar-playing orphan prodigy in Eastern Texas. After years of playing music on the streets, he joined with Jimbo Wallace (stand-up bass) and Scott Churilla (drums); and in 1995 they recorded a debut LP, Liquor in the Front. The Reverend went on to release It’s Martini Time, Space Heater, Spend A Night In The Box, Lucky 7, Revival, We Three Kings and Laughin’ and Cryin’ with the Reverend Horton Heat. After a wild 20-year journey, the Reverend and company are still building their already devoted cult following with their signature country-flavored punkabilly sound and onstage antics that have made them famous. The latest from Rev. Horton Heat is a DVD, 25 to Life.

Rabbi Joe Black

Temple Beth El | Apr. 26 A dynamic performer, lyrical composer and accomplished guitarist, Rabbi Joe Black has produced several critically acclaimed albums of Jewish music, a songbook, and two videos. His latest is Sabbatical, an adult album, as is the LP, Leave A Little Bit Undone. He’s also recorded two children’s recordings and his songs are widely sung in religious school and at youth events.

Godfrey

Comedy Club | Apr. 26 – 28 With appearances on BET, Comedy Central, VH1, The It Factor, Soul Plane and Johnson Family Vacation under his belt, comedian Godfrey (Danchimah) is a regular on the comedy circuit in New York City. His first one-hour special, “Godfrey: Black by Accident,” was recorded last year and appeared on Comedy Central.

The Evil City String Band

Abilene Bar & Lounge | Apr. 27 From Ithaca comes The Evil Cit y String Band, featuring Richie Stearns, Rosie Newton, Steve Selin, Pat Burke and Drew Gildea. Their musical style grew out of a love of vibrant old time Appalachian music – feisty and fun. They have a self-titled, selfproduced album available on CD Baby and iTunes.

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Future and Friends

Main St. Armory | Apr. 27 Future and Friends come to town as part of the “Turn It Up” Tour. Among the performers scheduled for this show from So Icey Fam and Adambomb Productions is DJ Bac Spin.

Stick Men

w/Malcolm Moore Band

Water St. Music Hall | Apr. 28 Featuring Tony Levin performing on his unusual instrument, the 12-string Chapman Stick, along with drummer Pat Mastelotto - both well known for their work with the progressive rock band, King Crimson; Stick Men also features Markus Reuter who plays a self-designed touch guitar. The members of this super group have performed with top performers in the industry. continued on p. 11 >>>

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The Inaugural Induction Gala of the Rochester Music Hall of Fame finds many of Rochesterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s greatest being honored during a special night of ceremony and music. Following are the inductees into The Class of 2012.... â&#x20AC;˘Renowned jazz trumpeter/f lugelhornist Chuck Mangione.....Chuck has been playing professionally for over four decades now. His celebrated releases include Friends & Love, Land of Make Believe, Chase the Clouds Away, Bellavia, Feels So Good, and Children of Sanche. Chuck will be performing at this Gala, joined by his brother Gap Mangione and Gapâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s New Band. â&#x20AC;˘Joe English, the for mer drummer/vocalist for Paul McCartneyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s band, Wings and the rock/jazz group, Sea Level.... In addition to his work with Wings and Sea Level, Joe has also enjoyed an extensive career with his own Joe English Band, releasing eight recordings under that name in the 1980s. He will be offering a solo performance at the ceremony. â&#x20AC;˘Rock â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;n Roll Hall of Famer, Gene Cornish...Gene took the pop scene by storm in the 60â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s and early 70â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s as a member of the band, The Rascals. His guitar work helped create such classics as â&#x20AC;&#x153;Good Lovinâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;,â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x153;Groovinâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;,â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s A Beautiful Morningâ&#x20AC;? and â&#x20AC;&#x153;People Gotta Be Free.â&#x20AC;? Gene will play some of his popular music at this Gala event, joined by Rascals band mate, Felix Cavaliere. â&#x20AC;˘Cab Calloway, bor n and raised here in Rochester, and one of Americaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s most beloved jazz singers and bandleaders of all time....Cab often playing at the famed Cotton Club in Harlem and in top venues across the country. His impressive career includes countless successful recordings, appearances in films and on the

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Broadway stage; and receiving a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award. At this Rochester Music Hall of Fame event, his daughter, singer/actress Cecilia Calloway (who spent much of her youth on the road with Dad), will perform a medley of her fatherâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s music. â&#x20AC;˘Flutist Dor io t Anthony Dwyer, a graduate of the Eastman School of Music and the first woman ever to be made a principal chair of a major U.S. orchestra.....Doriot held the position of principal flute with the Boston Symphony for nearly 40 years; and enjoyed a successful career with the National Symphony Orchestra and the Los Angeles Philharmonic as well. Currently a Professor of Music at Boston University, Dwyer, at age 90, will perform here with pianist Cherry Tsang. â&#x20AC;˘Charles Strouse, also a graduate of the Eastman School of Music, and one of Americaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s most prolific composers. Charles achieved fame with such Broadway scores as Bye, Bye Birdie, All American, Golden Boy, Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a Bird, Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a Plane, Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Superman, A pplause, Annie, Charlie and Algernon, Dance a Little Closer, Rags and Nick &Nora. For this celebration, he will perform a medley of music from Annie. â&#x20AC;˘Jeff Tyzik, currently the Pops Conductor of our own Rochester Philharmonic Orchestr....Jeff is a Rochester native who earned both his Bachelor and Master degrees from the Eastman School of Music. During his career, he has enjoyed a long association with Chuck Mangione and with Doc Severinsen; and has also recorded a number of albums as a solo trumpeter. Jeff is a Grammy winner as a producer for the album, The Tonight Show Band with Doc Severinsen. â&#x20AC;˘Also being honored this year is the historic 1851 performance of soprano Jenny Lind in the famed Rochester concert venue from the 1800s, Corinthian Hall. Editorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Note....Several local musical groups will add to the musical highlights of the evening celebration, including the U of R YellowJackets, Prime Time Funk and the Greater Rochester Area All-Star High School Ensemble.

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<<< continued from p.9 Levin, once a bass player in our own Rochester Philharmonic, has gone on to record with John Lennon, Pink Floyd, Yes, Alice Cooper and more. Mastelotto has appeared with Mr. Mister, XTC, The Rembrandts and others; and Reuter has been a member of the duo, Tuner and of the Europa String Choir. Their music ranges from powerful progressive compositions to a rock version of Stravinsky’s Firebird Suite. They also perform music from King Crimson in concert…The Michael Moore Band is Malcolm Moore on vox & drums, Jim O’Mahony on keys, David CasT on sax/ percussion and Karl Sterling on drums.

Dopapod

Montage Music Hall | Apr. 28 Brooklyn’s Dopapod is an experimental/funk rock band featuring Eli Winderman, Neal Evans, Rob Compa, Chuck Jones and Luke Stratton. The group has been performing across the East Coast and Midwest for over two year, appearing at such festivals as the Mountain Jam, Strangecreek, The Big Up and others; sharing the bill with John Medeski & Billy Martin, Carl Palmer, Zach Deputy and more. Their latest release is I Saw Live Dopapod, Evil Was I.

Robert Zimmerman Philharmonic

Abilene Bar & Lounge | Apr. 28 The Bob Dylan tribute act, Robert Zimmerman Philharmonic, performs songs from all the Dylan eras with a heavy inspiration from 1974’s Blood on the Tracks and 1997’s Time Out Of Mind. Band members include Samuel Marabella, Joe Childs, Reino, Scott Zon and Larry Rizzuto.

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Cantus

Smith Opera House, Geneva | Apr. 28 Hailed as “the premier men’s vocal ensemble in the United States” by Fanfare, Cantus has recorded fourteen CDs including their latest, Christmas with Cantus. Cantus often collaborates with other performing arts organizations including the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra, the Boston Pops, James Sewell Ballet and the Minnesota Orchestra. For this program, the group has put together a

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program entitled “On the Shoulders of Giants” featuring masterworks by a wide variety of artists – from Franz Schubert to Lennon and McCartney.

Larkin Poe

w/The Shadowboxers

Abilene Bar & Lounge | Apr. 29 Larkin Poe, featuring two soul singin’ songwriting sisters from Georgia – Rebecca and Megan Lovell – released their debut EPs in 2010, titled “Spring,” “Summer,” “Fall,” and “Winter;” available as a box-set titled The Band For All Seasons. Other members of the group include Rick Lollar and Chad Melton…Also hailing from

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Georgia is The Shadowboxers. The band is known for its ‘captivating lyrics, tight harmonies, and soulful vocals.’ Their sound has an R&B-soaked, soulful and catchy style that has earned loyal fans.

New Edition

Blue Cross Arena | Apr. 29 The R&B band , New Edition, are one of the original boy bands, reaching the height of their popularity in the 1980’s with such songs as “Candy Girl,” “Cool It Now” and “Mr. Telephone Man.” The band went on hiatus in 1990, reuniting in the late ‘90s to record the album, Home Again. One Love

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To Drink Locally or Globally? By Mark Tichenor Finger Lakes Region beer lovers rejoice! Another legendary brewery is entering our area. Founders Brewing of Grand Rapids, Michigan, will be on tap in Rochester this May. That’s a big win; Founders’ beer is consistently some of the best and most highly rated in the country. Currently it’s sought after by beer traders, and many a R o c h e s te r i a n visitor to the Midwest is pestered to bring a trunkload home for friends. But the imminent arrival of Founders also gives some pause for thought and reflection about our own local beer, as well as the direction of the craft beer industry. National, or at least regional, distribution is crucial to an ambitious craft brewer y’s success. A beermaking operation is an expensive small business to start up and run, and many places simply don’t have the market size in their home regions to expand. Getting the beer to other markets is often the necessary solution. We crazy beer lovers benefit from that necessity, and from the fact that there’s a mad-efficient distribution structure already set up to handle it. Because of this, you can walk into the right smalltown pub and pick up a menu of the best American beers. Stone Brewing, Green Flash, Victory, Lagunitas, and now Founders. It’s a dilemma just to choose. But there’s a downside as well. Having easy access to beers from every region makes the beers, well, a bit less special. Things homogenize; they’re no longer rare treats, rather just some more beers on the tapline. It also takes away some of the joys of vacation. Travel is a bit less fun when the unique tastes of a city on the other side of the continent are familiar

April 18 - May 2, 2012 FREETIME to you from your barstool back home. This national distribution also adds a huge weight of competition for our local brewers. That is as it should be. It prevents complacency among our own scene and awakens the creative fire in our local brewmasters. In that sense, it’s gratifying to see how adeptly our guys can hang with the big boys. From Jamestown to Canandaigua, brewers in Western New York and the Finger Lakes are producing more exciting beer than ever before, beer that can stack up, sip for sip, to anything the glitzy rock star breweries can keg and ship. So bring it on, Founders Brewing. We Rochester beer lovers welcome you with open arms and open taps. We will rejoice in your deliciousness. Just don’t be surprised if, at some point, a Finger Lakes brewery succeeds in creating something just a tad more special. In other beers: The Rohrbach Brewing Company  is reviving their Brewtopia series of beer socials, complete with talks given by the brewers and an insight into Rochester’s beer history. You can join them at the Railroad Street brewery as they pair their own beer and that of the Roc Brewing Company  with tasty, tasty food on April 25th. The cost is $12. More information is available at (585) 594-9800 or at rohrbachs. com There’s a new st ar tup in the works. The Fairport Brewing Company jumped some major hurdles on its path to opening for business, receiving their Federal license. Tom and Tim recently held their first community sampling at the Fairport Village Inn, and will surely be doing more of that around the area. Find them at fairportbrewing.com Mark owns a laptop and likes beer. For more on beer, check out the beercraft blog, updated regularly, at beercraft. wordpress.com. Find him on Twitter @beercraft. Send your questions, suggestions, or comments to beercraft@rochester. rr.com.

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& RECREATION RED WINGS/YANKEES The Rochester Red Wings and the Scranton W/B Yankees continue their home season at Frontier Field, One Morrie Silver Way, with the Yankees taking on our own Red Wings at 7:05 p.m. thru Thursday, April 19. Next up at Frontier are two home-stands for Rochester; with the Lehigh Valley Iron Pigs taking on the Wings on Friday, April 20 at 7:05 p.m.; and on April 21 & 22 at 1:05 p.m. Thruway rivals, the Syracuse Chiefs then step onto Frontier Field to take on Rochester with 7:05 p.m. games planned for April 24 & 25 and an 11:35 a.m. lunch game slated for April 26. Call (585) 454-1001; or visit www. redwingsbaseball.com. KNIGHTHAWKS vs. PHILADELPHIA The Rochester Knighthawks Indoor Lacrosse Club will be on their home fireld for the last regular game of the season on April 28 to take on the Philadelphia Wings at 7:30 p.m. For tickets, call (585) 454-HAWK; or go to www.knighthawks.net. FINGER LAKES RACETRACK OPENS Opening Day for the 163-day 2012 season at Finger Lakes Casino & Racetrack, 5857 State R t. 96 in Far mington NY, is scheduled for Friday, April 20. Racing continues live on Sat., Mon., Tues., and Fri. thru May 10 when Thursday is added to the schedule. For information, call (585) 924-3232.

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Jewish Community Center, 1200 Edgewood Avenue (585461-2000) •PHYLLIS K ASDIN , author of The Future Begins With The Past: An Archives Exhibit of Jewish Rochester, will discuss the early years of those who survived the Holocaust and settled here in our community on April 18. The talk is part of the Annual Holocaust Commemoration event.

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WATKINS GLEN INTERNATIONAL BEGINS SEASON Watkins Glen International will present its Opening Weekend at The Glen from April 20 thru 22. Fans will have a chance to drive their personal vehicle on the track for three paced laps; take their picture in the Gatorade Victory Lane; and enjoy the 2012 Toyota Green Grand Prix – an event which promotes sustainable transportation technologies. Call (866) 461-RACE. More Sports.... •Happiness House will hold its second annual AUTISM AWARENESS WALK on April 28 at Eastview Mall. The walk begins at 8 a.m. Call (585) 394-8178. •On April 28, the SMP ROCHESTER RIVER CHALLENGE DUATHLON & PADDLE TRIATHLON is scheduled with events for all fitness levels. Visit www.FlowerCityChallenge.com for details. •The Unity Health Systems Rochester Flower Cit y Half Marathon and Wegman’s Family 5K is planned for April 29. Visit www.FlowerCityChallenge. com for further information.

MuCCC, 142 Atlantic Avenue (www.muccc.org) •A discussion with DR. LINDA JACOBS, author of Digging In: An American Archaeologist Uncovers the Real Iran, is planned for April 25. She will share stories and photos of the villagers who hosted her when she spent time in Iran in 1974. She participated in an important dig and along the way also penetrated cultural boundaries to discover the intimate everyday life of the people who lived in that village.

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GEVA THEATRE CENTER – The conclusion of the 2012 Nextstage Season at Geva, 75 Woodbury Blvd., will be a production of the funny and poignant Seth Rozin work, Two Jews Walk Into a War. Inspired by the true story of the last two surviving Jews in all of Afghanistan, it would seem that the only thing holding them together is that they hate each other’s guts. But in a dilapidated old synagogue in Kabul, this odd couple’s bold solution for rebuilding their community not only brings them closer to the essence of their faith, but, to each other. The show runs April 27 thru May 20....Also in Nextstage on April 20 & 21, Geva Comedy Improv invites you to tell its members which show you’d like to see them improvise in TV On Stage. Call (585) 232-GEVA. BLACKFRIARS – Blackfriars Theatre at 795 East Main Street will present Grey Gardens, a musical, from April 28 thru May 19. The show recounts the hilarious and heartbreaking story of Big Edie and Little Edie Bouvier Beale – the eccentric aunt and cousin of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis. The two were once bright names on the social register in NYC and The Hamptons; and later became East Hampton’s most notorious recluses, living in a 28-room, dilapidated mansion. Call (585) 454-1260.

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•The BUM Players from Brockport United Methodist Church will present their 16 th annual dessert-theater comedy, Dear Delinquent, on April 20, 21, 27 & 28 at 92 Main Street in Brockport NY. The British play, by Jack Popplewell, will be directed by David Hansen. Call (585) 637-4240. •City Newspaper’s Cultural Crawl at MuCCC, 142 Atlantic Avenue, is scheduled for April 21. The event includes Kelly & Dinella performing cabaret and other musical selections; followed by TheatreROCS offering 15 minute scenes from several of Rochester’s favorite theatre companies – The Irish Players, Of-Monroe Players, Method Machine, JCC CenterStage, Irondequoit Theatre Guild, Greater Rochester Reper tor y Companies, Pittsford Musicals and Rochester Children’s Theatre. Visit www.muccc.org.

Nazareth College Department of Theatre Arts brings the Tonywinning rock musical Spring Awakening to the stage, April 20-29.

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April 18 - May 2, 2012 FREETIME •Downstairs Cabaret Theatre at 540 E. Main Street, will host a performance by Nuts and Bolts Comedy Improv on Saturday, April 21. Call (585) 325-4370 for details. •Franny, the Queen of Provincetown, by John Prestton, will be performed by Bread & Water Theatre as part of their Rainbow Theater Festival. The play, adapted from Prestton’s novel, deals with gay heroism and camaraderie in the shadow of the burgeoning AIDS crisis. The show will run April 27 thru May 6. Call (585) 271-5523.

Sankofa African Dance and Drum Ensemble celebrate Afro-Caribbean culture in their annual concert, April 26-29 at SUNY Brockport’s Hartwell Dance Theater.

At the Colleges.... •Roberts Wesleyan College.... The Marriage of Figaro, Mozart’s comic opera, will be the student opera production offered on April 27 & 28 in Hale Auditorium. A full orchestra will provide musical accompaniment. Call (585) 594-6008. •SUNY Brockport....The Rocky Horror Show, by Richard O’Brien, will be performed from April 27 thru May 5 in the Tower Fine Arts Center. The cult favorite has been performed on stage for over 35 years now. Call (585) 395-ARTS. •Nazareth College....Spring Awakening, the winner of eight Tony Awards, will be presented from April 20 thru 29 in the Callahan Theater of the Nazareth College Arts Center, 4245 East

Avenue. Melissa Rain Anderson directs; with musical direction by Don Kot. Call (585) 389-2170; or visit www.artscenter.naz.edu. •SUNY Geneseo....Eye of the Coconut by Jeannie Barroga will be performed in Brodie Hall from April 26 thru 29. Kimberly Olsen directs. Call (585) 245-5833; or visit www.geneseo.edu/bbo.

Concerts COSY SHERIDAN – A concert featuring songstress Cosy Sheridan is planned for April 19 in the home of Leslie Lee & Steve Gretz. The Lake Effect show will feature her strong melodies, meticulous arrangements, and unique lyrics. Described as being “Mary Chapin Carpenterlike,” Sheridan will perform music from her latest album, The Horse King. Call (585) 234-5044. ROCHESTER PHILHARMONIC – On April 20 & 22, the RPO Symphony 101 series continues as Arild Remmereit and guest conductors Jonathan Girard and Jerry Hou examine the undercurrents of rebellion found in the work of composers such as Shostakovich, Khachaturian and Prokofiev.... Jeff Tyzik then leads the RPO in a concert that promises to be a feast for the eyes and ears as James Westwater’s photography is choreographed to American music by Copland and Barber. Spurs and Spirits will be offered on April 27 & 28. All of these events will be held in Kodak Hall at Eastman Theatre, 60 Gibbs Street. Call (585) 454-2100. ROCHESTER CHAMBER ORCHESTRA – Triple Prize Winner in the Van Cliburn International Piano Competition, Barry Snyder, will perfor m with colleagues Elinor Freer and Grace Rose in an all-Mozart concert at Hochstein Performance Hall, 50 N. Plymouth Avenue. David Fetler conducts this concerto for three pianos at 7 p.m. on April 22. Call (585) 442-9778. DAVE MANCINI & FRIENDS – Downstairs Cabaret at 3450 Winton Place will host “An Evening of Jazz with Dave Mancini and Friends on April 22. Mancini, drummer for Doc Severinsen, Maynard Ferguson, and Maureen McGovern, will be joined by Chet Catallo on guitar, Madeline For-

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style work. She choreographs the dance steps as he simultaneously composes the accompanying live drum music. The program will be presented at 1326 University Avenue. Call (585) 899-3271, Sankofa Dance The Hartwell Dance Theatre at SUNY Brockport hosts a performance by the Sankofa African Dance and Drum Ensemble on April 26 thru 29. They promise that energy and electricity will practically leap off the stage in this celebration of Afro/Latin/ Caribbean culture. Call (585) 395-2153. Latin Dance Fest Inikori Dance at 1100 University Avenue, hosts a Salsa Weekend Latin Dance Festival from April 27 thru 29. Several professional dancers will perform, there will be workshops and dance shows, parties and DJs, and national and international dancers will be on hand. Call (585) 271-6840.

Film Rochester International Film Festival Movies on a Shoestring, Inc. will present the 54th Rochester International Film Festival from Thursday, April 19 thru Saturday, April 21. During that time, thirty short films including animations, documentaries and narratives will be screened at the Dryden Trashland

Thirty short films, including animations, documentaries and narratives will be screened when the Rochester International Film Festival returns for its 54th season, April19-21.

Dance Rochester City Ballet Rochester City Ballet will open its doors during a working rehearsal on April 19 for a public look at artistic director Jamey Leverett’s brand new unnamed piece. Leverett has teamed with her husband, Tim, on this contemporary-

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By Sue Cannon •A magical tale of young Princess Irene finding the strength to take on the world will be performed on April 20 at Genesee Community College in Batavia. THE PRINCESS AND THE GOBLIN is packed with fun and adventure for the whole family. Call (585) 345-6814. •On April 20, the whole family can enjoy a 30-minute concert at the Strong National Museum of Play at 6 p.m., free with museum admission. For details on the EASTMAN SCHOOL OF MUSIC FAMILY CONCERT, call (585) 263-2700.

•EARTH DAY AT THE SENfor performance this year are Blame ECA PARK ZOO, 2222 St. Paul Peace by Desire Giddens, Bluebeard: St., will feature special kid-friendly A Play by My Tiet and Cassidy Hamactivities on April 21 including a mond, Reiterate, Dammit! by Carovisit from Buddy the Dinosaur. Call lyn Walker, and The True Beast by (585) 295-7394. Wade Walker. Call (585) 242-7682. •On April 21, actors from TYKEs •P.D. Eastman’s book, GO, DOG, will provide a costumed reading GO! springs to life on stage at the of the book Go, Dog Go! and JCC, 1200 Edgewood artist CHRIS PALLACE Avenue in Brighentertains during a ton. T YKEs special morning of (Thea tre activities at the Yo u n g Strong National Museum of Play, One Manhattan Square. Call (585) 263-2700. •The School of the Arts Visitors will have the chance to observe and will present its annual PLAYWRIGHT’S FESTIVAL on learn all about eagles, hawks, falcons, owls and April 21 in the Black Box other migratory raptors during the Bird of Prey Theatre, 45 Prince Street. Days Festival, April 20-22 at Braddock Bay Park. See our Festivals section for more info. The student works selected

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THE LUCKY ONE Written by Will Fetters; directed by Scott Hicks Warner Bros. Pictures Rated PG-13 By Ed Symkus For some reason, novelist Nicholas Sparks sells a whole lot of books, to a mostly female readership. Some fans call them romances, but Sparks refers to them as love stories. They’re filled with longing and sadness and sentiment and, often, death by drowning. For likely the same reason that his books sell well, the movies that they’re turned into – The Notebook, Nights in Rodanthe, Message in a Bottle, among them – bring hordes of mostly females to the cinema. The latest is The Lucky One, and there’s a chance that Sparks, and the film’s makers, might not be all that lucky this time out. It doesn’t matter that the story is sappy and manipulative, or that the prose isn’t of the most believable variety. And, yes, his ardent fans know that a movie is a m ov i e a n d a book is a book, and, h e y, s o m e times there are going to be differences.

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But this lame excuse for a bad Hallmark movie takes some inexcusable steps by altering the source material past the point of damage. Screenwriter Will Fetters (Re me mber Me), apparently with the blessings of Sparks, has left out so many major ingredients, tossed in so many new ones, and generally just changed things around so much that devotees of the book will be angry, and newcomers (but will anyone who hasn’t read the book go to see this?) will be puzzled as to what’s going on. Confession: I read the book. It’s cer tainl y not my cup of tea, but it sure is better than what it’s been turned into. In a nutshell, both film and book are about Logan, a Marine who, while stationed in Iraq, finds a photo of a woman that turns out to be a lucky charm. When he returns home to the States, he tries to find her, with thoughts of thanking her. Problem: He doesn’t know her name or where she lives. Solution: He walks f rom Colorado to Louisiana and , yup, finds her. She’s a single mom with one of those “adorable” moppet kids and a beer-swilling ex-husband cop with a hair trigger temper on top of a jealous streak.     So what do you think? Will Logan settle down in town? Of course. Will he tell this woman, whose name is Beth, why he’s come? Nope.

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For too many clichéd reasons, he just can’t seem to. Will the little tyke take to him? Certainly. Will the nasty ex-husband with the gun and badge become upset? Natch! And I haven’t even mentioned Grandma, who’s kind of doddering in the book, but chirpy as all get-out in the movie, or Zeus, the German Shepherd who made the long walk with Logan. Zeus, for those who know the character, has been given short shrift here. He’s the most heroic character in the book. Now he’s relegated to being not much more than the good doggy. Zac Efron is actually quite good as Logan. The character requires him to give something close to a one-note performance. He does, and it works, as does the hint that something else could at any time come boiling up from inside of him. The same isn’t true for Taylor Schilling as Beth. Her acting is f lat, bland. She’s just not a very appealing character, coming across as a woe-is-me type, rather than someone who would a ttract someone who walked all that way for her. Blythe Danner adds the right amount of comic relief and voice of reason sensibility to the grandmother role, and though Jay R. Ferguson has some menacing moments as the cop, he plays it too broadly, touching into areas of caricature. The acting is accompanied, visually and aurally, by a plethora of scenes that are bathed in golden sunlight and by an endless stream of schlock pop – Joshua Radin, Jules Larson, Brandi Carlile , you get the idea. But here’s the proof tha t this is a stinker. I saw an early screening in a theater packed with critics as well as civilians. There was a tentative kissing scene (I’m sure you can figure out who it was between). The audience snickered. There was an extremely chaste sex scene (same participants). The audience laughed out loud. There was a rickety tree house and an impending storm and that moppet and “terror” in the air. Wow, I can’t even bring myself to tell you what the audience did with that one. But I’m sure it wasn’t what the author or the filmmakers hoped for.

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April 18 - May 2, 2012 FREETIME By Tom Cannon & Ed Symkus

Think About Love, Relationships, Intimacy and Commitment provides the basis for this comedy about four guys who find out that the women in their lives have been studying and using Harvey’s book to make things happen in their own relationships.

Opening April 27

Bully A documentar y about kids being bullied in school, and the toll it takes on them as well as on their families. Oddly, the villains in the film aren’t just the ones doing the bullying. They include the people in charge – the teachers, the administrators, the cops – who keep avoiding the problem, suggesting that, oh, kids will be kids. Fascinating but frustrating. Chimpanzee The Disney Studio and the Jane Goodall Institute present the latest in the True Life Adventure documentaries, this one focusing on young Oscar, a playful chimp happily ensconced in chimp family life in Africa. But a rival tribe

The Kid With A Bike causes some trouble, along with big challenges for Oscar, who ends up alone, till good fortune comes his way. Footnote You don’t get many comedies about a subject like this one: A father and son, both teachers of religious studies in Jerusalem, get involved in a rivalry with each

Safe Jason Statham stars in another action-shoot-’em-up, this time as a former secret agent who must not only rescue a kidnapped girl, but also take on some New York City officials who have gone bad, and the Russian Mafia. Don’t worry, as always, he’s got a big gun and knows how to use it.

The Five-Year Engagement The couple involved in the title are played by Jason Segel (who also co-wrote) and Emily Blunt. Lots of laughs, lots of relationship hassles, lots of plot twists. Produced by Judd Apatow, directed by Nicholas Stoller, who also did Get Him to the Greek and Forgetting Sarah Marshall.

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other. One of them is for the ways of the establishment, the other is against. Both are hoping to get recognized for the prestigious award known as the Israel Prize. In Hebrew.

The Pirates! Band of Misfits Aardman Anima tions, the company that gave us the Wallace & Gromit films, now takes us back to Victorian London for a story of Pirate Captain (voice

The Kid with a Bike A troubled 11-yearold boy is abandoned by his father, who leaves him on a youth farm. But the boy insists that his father wouldn’t do such a thing. Or at least wouldn’t do it without leaving the boy his only possession: his beloved bicycle. The Five Year Engagement A local woman takes pity on him, and tries of Hugh Grant) going up against to befriend him, but this kid Black Bellemy (Jeremy Piven) and proves to be a challenge. In Cutlass Liz (Salma Hayeck) in French. competition for the Pirate of the Year Award. The Lucky One More sentimental sap The Raven from bestselling author John Cusack plays Edgar Allen Nicholas Sparks (The NotePoe, seen here in bad shape, near book, Nights in Rodanthe), the end of his life, dealing with this time about a Marine inner demons, and suddenly (Zac Efron) who believes realizing that a nut job is runa photo of a woman   he ning around Baltimore imitating found in Iraq has kept him the gruesome murders that Poe alive, so goes on a search invented for his stories. So he for her when he gets home. joins forces with a detective (Luke He finds her easily enough, Evans) to put a stop to it. but then has to deal with her nasty ex-husband (a drunk cop), her friendly grandma, and – oh, my! – her adorable moppet son. The book wasn’t very good; the movie’s a mess. Think Like a Man TV host Steve Harvey’s book Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man: What Men Really Footnote

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Dryden Theatre at George Eastman House, 900 East Ave.; 271-4090 www.eastmanhouse.org (All films shown at 8 pm unless otherwise noted.) 4/18 The Naked Island 4/19-21 Rochester International Film Festival / Movies on a Shoestring *Titles at rochesterfilmfest.org 4/22 Mr. & Mrs. Smith (2 pm) 4/24 L’Argent French/subtitles 4/25 Onibaba *Japanese/subtitles 4/26 To Be Or Not To Be 4/27 Once Upon A Time in Anatolia *Turkish/subtitles 4/28 A Clockwork Orange 4/29 Once Upon A Time in Anatolia *Turkish/subtitles (2 pm)

Once Upon A Time in Anatolia at The Dryden Theatre April 27 & 29. (Turkish/subtitles)

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Lauded by critics and fans alike, the Chicago-based sextet of classically trained musicians known as Umphrey’s McGee comes to Water Street Music Hall on September 13, with a brand new album, Death By Stereo, in tow.

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Acoustic

THE LODGE AT WOODCLIFF Rt 96, Perinton, 381-4000 Rob & Gary 5:30-8:30pm SHORTS 35 N Main St, Fairport, 388-0136 Acoustic Open Mic w/ Mandy

Alternative

BUG JAR 219 Monroe Ave, 454-2966 Teen Set Rock ‘n Roll Party feat. The Isotopes w/ The Concrete Rivals & Attic Abasement 8pm

Blues

THE BEALE I 689 South Ave, 271-4650 Open Blues Jam w/ The King Bees 7:30-11:30pm DINOSAUR BAR-B-QUE 99 Court St, 325-7090 Samantha Fish 9:30pm

Celtic

McGRAW’S IRISH PUB 146 W. Commercial St, E.R., 348-9091 Scottish Session w/ Jeremy Button 7pm

Rochester will host one of only six North American shows by revered bass player (and Eastman grad) Tony Levin and his band Stick Men (drummer Pat Mastelotto and guitarist Markus Reuter), before setting off on a world tour. The group’s avant-garde, eclectic prog rock sounds will be heard at Water Street Music Hall, April 28.

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Country

NASHVILLES 4853 W. Henrietta Rd, 334-3030 Guitars & Stars After Party w/ Paul Cummings & Cross Roads Project

DJ

NASHVILLES 4853 W. Henrietta Rd, 334-3030 DJ Adam / Line Dance Lessons w/ Dina 7:30-8:30pm

Folk Rock

LOVIN’ CUP 300 Park Point Dr, 292-9940 Tempest 8pm

Irish

JOHNNY’S 1382 Culver Rd, 224-0990 The Dady Brothers 7:30pm

Jazz

LITTLE THEATRE CAFE 240 East Ave (in back) 232-3906 Margaret Explosion 7:30-9:30pm

THE FLIPSIDE BAR & GRILL 2001 E Main St, 288-3930 9pm-1am

Open Mic

JEFFREY’S 3115 E. Henrietta Rd, 486-4937 Open Mic Night w/ Joel Page 7pm

Rock

WATER STREET MUSIC HALL 204 N Water St, 325-5600 Clutch/Hellyeah 6:30pm

Zydeco

ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 / abilenebarandlounge.com Lil’ Brian & The Zydeco Travelers

CONCERT

DOME ARENA 2695 E. Henrietta Rd, www.wbee. com Guitars & Stars Concert featuring Kix Brooks, Lauren Alaina, Eden Edge, Casey James, Jana Kramer 7:30pm

Karaoke

HOCHSTEIN PERFORMANCE HALL 50 N Plymouth Ave, 454-4596 “Live From Hochstein” featuring Rosemary Elliot, cello; Rose Grace, piano 12:10pm

CENTER CAFE 150 Frank DiMino Way, off Manitou Rd, 594-8882 Karaoke 7:30-11pm

KODAK HALL AT EASTMAN THEATRE 60 Gibbs St, 274-1110 Eastman Wind Orchestra & Eastman Wind Ensemble 8pm

CALIFORNIA BREW HAUS 402 Ridge Rd W, 621-1480 9pm

SMITH OPERA HOUSE 82 Seneca St, Geneva, 315-7815483 The World Famous Glen Miller Orchestra 7pm SUNY BROCKPORT Drake Memorial Library, 395-ARTS Music at Noon featuring Clarinets for Conservation 12noon U OF R RIVER CAMPUS Lower Strong Auditorium, 2752828 UR Chamber Ensembles 8pm

DANCE

ROBACH COMMUNITY CENTER Ontario Beach Park, Lake & Beach Aves, 865-3320 Big Band Dance featuring The Gateswingers w/ The Al Bruno Trio & Tom Monte 6-9pm TANGO CAFE DANCE STUDIO 389 Gregory St, www. GrooveJuiceSwing.com Lindy Jam w/ music by Sky Blue 8:45-11pm

SHOW

JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER 1200 Edgewood Ave, 461-0490 Forging New Lives after the Holocaust: Rochester’s Survivor Community 7pm RMSC Strasenburgh Planetarium, 657 East Ave, 271-1880 Ring of Fire 2pm

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SPORTS

BASEBALL Frontier Field, One Morrie Silver Way, 423-WING Scranton W/B Yankees Home Game vs. Rochester Red Wings 7:05pm

THEATRE

HAPPY HOUR 4-7 $2.25 Drafts $2.75 Wells Monday-Thursday

AUDITORIUM THEATRE 885 E. Main St, 800-745-3000 Jersey Boys 7:30pm

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A Cappella

LITTLE THEATRE CAFE 240 East Ave (in back) 232-3906 The Bowties 7:30-9:30pm

Acoustic

THE BEALE II 1930 Empire Blvd, Webster, 216-1070 Teagan Ward 6:30-10:30pm CALIFORNIA BREW HAUS 402 Ridge Rd W, 621-1480 Acoustic Open Jam w/ Mark Herrmann 8pm-12mid THE FLIPSIDE BAR & GRILL 2001 E Main St, 288-3930 Open Mic 8pm-1am

Alternative

BUG JAR 219 Monroe Ave, 454-2966 Unicycle Loves You w/ Valentiger & Limeworks 7:30pm

Blues

ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 Steve Lyons 8pm THE BEALE I 689 South Ave, 271-4650 Gordon Munding Son House Blues Night 7:30-10:30pm DINOSAUR BAR-B-QUE 99 Court St, 325-7090 Fat City 9pm P.I.’s 1 LOUNGE 495 West Ave, 235-1630 Pro Blues Jam w/ The Rochester Blues Revue 8pm-12mid

Comedy

THE COMEDY CLUB 2235 Empire Blvd, Webster, 671-9080 Pauly Shore 7:30pm & 10pm

Dance

THE JUKEBOX 5435 Ridge Rd, Spencerport, 352-4505 Line Dancing Lessons 7:30pm

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U OF R RIVER CAMPUS Todd Theatre, 275-4088 UR International Theatre Program presents: The Adding Machine - A Musical 8pm

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Mon: $6 One-Topping Pizza Tue: 35¢ Wings 4-11pm (In-House Only) Wed: $8.50 Molson Pitchers Thu: $8.50 Labatt & Labatt Light Pitchers Fri: Free Pizza & Wings 4-6pm; $8 Pitchers After 9pm NFL Sundays: Coors Light & Molson $2.75 Pints, $8.50 Pitchers & Giveaways TAPAS 177 177 St. Paul St, 262-2090 Salsa Lessons 9:30pm

DJ

NASHVILLES 4853 W. Henrietta Rd, 334-3030 DJ Matt / Line Dance Lessons w/ Dina 7:30-8:30pm

Funk

THE BRIGHTON 1881 East Ave, 271-6650 Uptown Groove 8pm

Funk/Hip Hop

MONTAGE MUSIC HALL 50 Chestnut St, 232-1520 Sophistafunk w/ Ocupanther 9pm

Irish

McGRAW’S IRISH PUB 146 W. Commercial St, E.R., 3489091 Open Session w/ Mark Weeg 7pm

Jam/Rock

Karaoke

THE JUKEBOX 5435 Ridge Rd, Spencerport, 352-4505 Karaoke w/ Jeff Smith of Detour 9pm SALVATORE’S PIZZERIA & PUB 1217 Bay Rd, Webster, 671-9420 w/ DJ Glenn Romano 8:30-11:30pm SHORTS 35 N Main St, Fairport, 388-0136 w/ Summer Bob WILLOW INN 428 Manitou Rd, Hilton, 392-3489 Northern Lights Karaoke 8pm-12mid

Pop/Rock

RICHMONDS 21 Richmond St, 270-8570 Todd East 6-9pm

Show

JOHNNY’S 1382 Culver Rd, 224-0990 Craft Beer Tasting 6pm

CONCERT

STICKY LIPS BBQ JUKE JOINT 830 Jefferson Rd, Henrietta, 2925544 Extended Family w/The Filthy McNastys 9pm

HATCH RECITAL HALL Eastman East Wing, 433 E. Main St, 274-1110 Eastman School of Music Graduate Chamber Music Recital 9pm

Jazz

KODAK HALL AT EASTMAN THEATRE 60 Gibbs St, 454-2100 Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra “Russian Masters” featuring Andre Laplante, piano; Vladimir Verbitzky, guest conductor 7:30pm

THE LODGE AT WOODCLIFF Rt 96, Perinton, 381-4000 Wine & Jazz Happy Hour w/ The Swooners 5:30-8:30pm RONCONE’S RESTAURANT 232 Lyell Ave, 458-3090 Mike Kaupa Trio 7-9pm

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DANCE

ROCHESTER CITY BALLET STUDIO 1326 University Ave, www. rochestercityballet.com Rochester City Ballet Open Rehearsal 6:30-8pm *Performance begins 7pm

SHOWS

RMSC Strasenburgh Planetarium, 657 East Ave, 271-1880 Ring of Fire 2pm

SPORTS

BASEBALL Frontier Field, One Morrie Silver Way, 423-WING Scranton W/B Yankees Home Game vs Rochester Red Wings 7:05pm

THEATRE

AUDITORIUM THEATRE 885 E. Main St, 800-745-3000 Jersey Boys 7:30pm DOWNSTAIRS CABARET THEATRE 20 Windsor St, 325-4370 You Say Tomato, I Say Shut Up 7pm DOWNSTAIRS CABARET at WINTON PLACE 3450 Winton Rd, 325-4370 Leaving Iowa 7pm GEVA THEATRE CENTER 75 Woodbury Blvd, 232-GEVA Superior Donuts 7:30pm

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fun. Indie pop outfit, fun. play Water Street Music Hall, April 20, with their new Fueled by Ramen CD, Some Nights in tow.

NTID at RIT 1510 Lab Theatre, ntidtix@rit.edu NTID Performing Arts: The Glass Menagerie 7:30pm

Breast Cancer Coalition of Rochester Women’s 5K Road Race and Family Fitness Walk Mother’s Day, Sunday, May 13th 9:00 a.m Ontario Beach Park, 1 Beach Avenue, at the end of Lake Avenue New this year! FREE Shuttle Parking Greece Arcadia High School (Exit 390 at Latta Rd., head east; left on Island Cottage Rd.; right at Greece Arcadia) Pre-Register by phone (585) 473.8177, online at breastcancercoalition.org or pick up a registration brochure at a Wegmans near you. Every dollar we raise stays in our community to benefit the lives of those diagnosed with breast cancer. Cash, Wegman’s Gift Cards and more as race and door prizes!

U OF R RIVER CAMPUS Todd Theatre, 275-4088 UR International Theatre Program presents: The Adding Machine: A Musical 8pm WEST IRONDEQUOIT HIGH SCHOOL 260 Cooper Rd., everyonestheatre. com Everyone’s Theatre Company presents: Titanic The Musical 7:30pm

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Acoustic

HATTER’S PUB 5 E. Main St, Webster, 872-1505 Peg Dolan & Sharon McHargue 8pm TANDOOR 396 Jefferson Rd, 427-7080 Tommy Gravino 7-9pm

Acoustic/Blues

THE BRIGHTON 1881 East Ave, 271-6650 Amanda Ashley 9:30pm

Alternative

BUG JAR 219 Monroe Ave, 454-2966 -Erik Plymale 5pm -Abdicate w/ Scaphism, Othin & Beard Without A Mustache 8pm

Americana

ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 / abilenebarandlounge.com Grand Canyon Rescue Episode 9:30pm

Blues

THE BEALE II 1930 Empire Blvd, Webster, 216-1070 Jokin’ Steves 8pm-12mid DINOSAUR BAR-B-QUE 99 Court St, 325-7090 Carolyn Kelly Blues Band 10pm RAB’S WOODSHED 4440 Lake Ave, 663-4610 John Cole Blues Band 10pm-2am SMOKIN’ JOE’S BAR & GRILL 425 Lyell Ave. 647-1540 Grace Stumberg

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THE COMEDY CLUB 2235 Empire Blvd, Webster, 671-9080 Pauly Shore 7:30 & 10pm

Country

ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 / abilenebarandlounge.com Flatbed 6-9pm

Indie Pop

WATER STREET MUSIC HALL 204 N Water St, 325-5600 Fun w/ TBA 8pm

Irish

McGRAW’S IRISH PUB 146 W. Commercial St, E.R., 348-9091 -Lurdagan Lads & Lasses Pub Session 5pm -The Dungarees 8pm

Jam

MONTAGE MUSIC HALL 50 Chestnut St, 232-1520 Groovefest 4/20 w/ The Meta Accord, 34 Feet Deep, Clinton’s Ditch, TAO, Park Ave Band, Run for the Roses 4pm-2am

Jazz

LITTLE THEATRE CAFE 240 East Ave (in back) 232-3906 Westview Project 8:30-10:30pm THE LODGE AT WOODCLIFF Rt 96, Perinton, 381-4000 Madeline Forster 7:30-12mid VINO LOUNGE 27 W. Main St, Webster, 872-9463 Steve Greene & Aleks Disljenkovic 7-9pm

Karaoke

CJ’S PUB & GRILL 45 Nicols St, Spencerport, 3525772 Karaoke Contest Finals 9pm-12mid FLAHERTY’S WEBSTER 1200 Bay Rd, Webster, 671-0816 Karaoke 9pm-12mid

Reggae

STICKY LIPS BBQ JUKE JOINT 830 Jefferson Rd, Henrietta, 2925544 The Lawnmowers 9:30pm

Rock

ANCHOR SPORTS BAR & GRILL Marketplace Mall, Henrietta, 2729333 80’s Hair Band

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CALIFORNIA BREW HAUS 402 Ridge Rd W, 621-1480 420 Music Fest w/ Absolution Project, The Silence Broken, Shadows of the Past, Intrinsic, Beneath Hells Sky 7pm JOHNNY’S 1382 Culver Rd, 224-0990 -Earthtones 5pm -Smooth Talkers 9pm THE JUKEBOX 5435 Ridge Rd, Spencerport, 352-4505 Loud & Proud w/ Tres Cool NASHVILLES 4853 W. Henrietta Rd, 334-3030 Grand Opening w/ The Fallen Rock Zone 8pm & Download 10:30pm NOLA’S BBQ 4775 Lake Ave, 663-3375 Hair Nation 10pm PELICAN’S NEST 566 River St, 663-5910 Grand Re-Opening Party w/ Atlas 10pm-2am SHOOTERS SPORTS BAR & GRILL 1226 Fairport Rd, 385-9777 Springer 10pm-2am SHORTS 35 N Main St, Fairport, 388-0136 w/ Summer Bob VILLAGE ROCK CAFE 213 Main St, E Rochester, 5861640 The Beat Beggars WOODY’S II 2758 W Henrietta Rd, 424-6440 Catch 22 10pm

CONCERTS

FIRST UNITARIAN CHURCH 220 Winton Rd. South, www. rfaonline.com Rochester Flute Association Concert feat. Rhonda Larson 7:30pm THE GERMAN HOUSE 315 Gregory St, 857-8385 Lou Gramm - Storytellers: A Special Evening of Music & Stories 8pm HOBART & WILLIAM SMITH COLLEGES, Cellar Pub, Geneva, 315-781-5483 Smith Club Series Concert featuring Julia Nunes 8pm

SUNY GENESEO Wadsworth Auditorium, 245-5833 SUNY Geneseo Monday Night Jazz Ensemble w/ featured guest artist Kiku Collins 8pm

KIDS

GENESEE CENTER FOR THE ARTS One College Rd, Batavia, 345-6814 Forum Players present: The Princess and the Goblin 7:30pm NATIONAL MUSEUM OF PLAY AT THE STRONG One Manhattan Square, 263-2700 Eastman School of Music Family Concert 6pm

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SHOWS

GENESEE COUNTRY VILLAGE & MUSEUM Flint Hill Rd, Mumford, 294-8252 Antique Show Preview Party featuring “Meet the Curator: Treasures of the Past” 6-8pm *Call for reservations RMSC Strasenburgh Planetarium, 657 East Ave, 271-1880 Fly Me to the Moon 4pm

SPORTS

AUTO RACING Watkins Glen International, County Rt 16, Watkins Glen, 866-461-RACE Opening Weekend/Toyota Green Grand Prix BASEBALL Frontier Field, One Morrie Silver Way, 423-WING Rochester Red Wings vs Lehigh Valley IronPigs 7:05pm THOROUGHBRED RACING Finger Lakes Casino & Racetrack, Rt 96, Farmington, 924-3232 Post Time 12:35pm

Motorcycle Show & Swap Meet Sunday, April 22, 2012 • 12-6pm

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Trophies Awarded In ALL 8 Classes! + Best of Show & Best Paint

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SkinAndSteel.com Info Line: (585) 262-4444

THEATRE

AUDITORIUM THEATRE 885 E. Main St, 800-745-3000 Jersey Boys 8pm BREAD & WATER THEATRE 243 Rosedale St(@ Monroe Ave.), 271-5523 She Said/ She Said 8pm Brockport U.M Church Hall 92 Main st, Brockport 637-4240 The BUM Players present: Dear Delinquent 7:30pm

KILBOURN HALL 26 Gibbs St, 274-1110 Eastman Jazz Ensemble & New Jazz Ensemble 8pm

DOWNSTAIRS CABARET THEATRE 20 Windsor St, 325-4370 You Say Tomato, I Say Shut Up 8pm

ST MARY’S CHURCH 15 St Mary’s Place, Downtown Rochester, 274-1110 Eastman School of Music Repertory Singers & Women’s Chorus 8pm

THE BIGGEST & BEST SHOW IN THE AREA!

BRADDOCK BAY PARK 199 East Manitou Rd, Greece, BOP-LIVE Live Birds of Prey Program w/ Paul Schnell & Liberty The Bald Eagle 7pm

HOCHSTEIN PERFORMANCE HALL 50 N Plymouth Ave, 454-2100 RPO Symphony 101 Series: “Subversive Subtexts” 7:30pm

ST. LUKE & ST. SIMON CYRENE CHURCH 17 S. Fitzhugh St, 546-7730 Two Saints Spring Music Festival: Anne Laver, Organ 12:15pm

Presents the

DOWNSTAIRS CABARET at WINTON PLACE 3450 Winton Rd, 325-4370 Leaving Iowa 8pm GEVA THEATRE CENTER 75 Woodbury Blvd, 232-GEVA -Superior Donuts 8pm -Geva Comedy Improv (Nextstage) 7:30pm

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THE BEALE I 689 South Ave, 271-4650 Six Pak 7:30-11:30pm

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Metal stalwarts Sepultura, on tour with Death Angel, Krisiun and Havok in support of their latest release, Kairos, make a stop at Water Street Music Hall, April 22.

MuCCC 142 Atlantic Ave, www.muccc.org RCP Irish Players present: A Moon for the Misbegotten 8pm

NTID at RIT 1510 Lab Theatre, ntidtix@rit.edu NTID Performing Arts: The Glass Menagerie 7:30pm

NAZARETH COLLEGE ARTS CENTER 4254 East Ave, 389-2170 Nazareth College Theatre Arts presents: Spring Awakening 8pm

SCHOOL OF THE ARTS 45 Prince St, 242-7682 School of the Arts Playwright’s Festival 7pm

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Acoustic

FLAHERTY’S HONEOYE FALLS 60 W. Main St., Honeoye Falls, 497-7010 Mud Creek FLAHERTY’S MACEDON 113 Rt. 31, Macedon, 223-1221 Ebb Tide

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All the individuals of the selected team will receive a Baseball Cap compliments of FREETIME Magazine and the Red Wings. Ten tickets will be provided for the team. Additional tickets may be purchased at a group discount. Teams may also register by signing up at all Red Wings home games during the 2012 season. Teams will be contacted by a Red Wings representative to schedule their special night.

FLAHERTY’S WEBSTER 1200 Bay Rd, Webster, 671-0816 Marty Roberts HAMLIN STATION BAR & GRILL 52 Railroad Ave, Hamlin, 964-2010 Amy Montrois & Jon Sheffer JOHNNY’S IRISH PUB 1382 Culver Rd, 224-0990 John Akers 8pm THALI OF INDIA 3259 Winton Rd S, 427-8030 Tommy Gravino 7-9pm

Acoustic/Blues

LITTLE THEATRE CAFE 240 East Ave (in back) 232-3906 Amanda Ashley 8:30-10:30pm

Acoustic Rock

PINEAPPLE JACK’S 485 Spencerport Rd, 247-JACK Power Down w/ Mulletude 10pm

Acoustic Rock & Blues THE BRIGHTON 1881 East Ave, 271-6650 Deborah Magone 9pm

Alternative

BUG JAR 219 Monroe Ave, 454-2966 Sports w/ Son of the Sun, Josh Netsky & The Admirers 8pm M

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THE BEALE I 689 South Ave, 271-4650 The Fakers 7:30-11:30pm

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THE BEALE II 1930 Empire Blvd, Webster, 216-1070 Three for The Road 8pm-12mid

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RAB’S WOODSHED 4440 Lake Ave, 663-4610 Blues Disciples 10pm-2am

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STICKY LIPS BBQ JUKE JOINT 830 Jefferson Rd, Henrietta, 2925544 Coupe de Villes 10pm

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Red Wings/FREETIME Baseball Buddies Frontier Field, One Morrie Silver Way, Roch., NY 14608

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ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 / abilenebarandlounge.com The Public Market Band 9:30pm

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Comedy

THE COMEDY CLUB 2235 Empire Blvd, Webster, 671-9080 Pauly Shore 7:30 & 10pm

Country

ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 / abilenebarandlounge.com Sarah Rush & Silvernail 8pm THE JUKEBOX 5435 Ridge Rd, Spencerport, 352-4505 Bordertown w/ Johnny Bauer NASHVILLES 4853 W. Henrietta Rd, 334-3030 Grand Opening w/ Double Cross 9pm

DJ

CALIFORNIA BREW HAUS 402 Ridge Rd W, 621-1480 True to Life McParty 8pm

Irish

McGRAW’S IRISH PUB 146 W. Commercial St, E.R., 3489091 Wingin’ It CD Release Party 8pm

Jazz

CHARLEY BROWN’S 1675 Penfield Rd, 385-9202 Fred Costello-Roger Eckers Duo 7:30-10pm HAVANA MOE’S 125 East Ave, 325-1030 East End Jazz Boys 9pm THE LODGE AT WOODCLIFF Rt 96, Perinton, 381-4000 Gap Mangione’s New Blues Band 7:30pm-12mid

Karaoke

SHORTS 35 N Main St, Fairport, 388-0136 w/ Summer Bob

Latin

TAPAS 177 177 St Paul St, 262-2090 Tumbao

Rock

ANCHOR SPORTS BAR & GRILL Marketplace Mall, Henrietta, 272-9333 Jumbo Shrimp THE COACH SPORTS BAR 19 W Main St, Webster, 872-2910 Bar Stars DINOSAUR BAR-B-QUE 99 Court St, 325-7090 Teagan & The Tweeds 10pm LOVIN’ CUP 300 Park Point Dr, 292-9940 Peechi Neechi w/ Sirsy 9pm MONTAGE MUSIC HALL 50 Chestnut St, 232-1520 BML w/ Philo Beddoe 8pm PELICAN’S NEST 566 River St, 663-5910 50/50 - Bon Jovi Tribute Show 10pm2am PUB 511 511 E. Ridge Rd, 266-9559 -The Tombstone Hands 9pm -Out of the Blue 11pm

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April 18 - May 2, 2012 FREETIME SHOOTERS SPORTS BAR & GRILL 1226 Fairport Rd, 385-9777 Northside Johnny 10pm-2am

Roots Reggae

WATER STREET MUSIC HALL 204 N Water St, 325-5600 Thunder Body w/ Kevin Kinsella, Spiritual Rez 9pm

CONCERTS

CAFE VERITAS at FIRST UNITARIAN CHURCH 220 Winton Rd. South, www. cafeveritas.org Amy Speace 8pm KILBOURN HALL 26 Gibbs St, 274-1110 -Lotte Lenya Competition 11am-3pm -Lotte Lenya Competition Evening Concert 8pm KODAK HALL AT EASTMAN THEATRE 60 Gibbs St, 454-2100 Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra â&#x20AC;&#x153;Russian Mastersâ&#x20AC;? featuring Andre Laplante, piano; Vladimir Verbitzky, guest conductor 8pm MAIN STREET ARMORY 900 E Main St, 232-3221 Bassnectar w/ Vibesquad 8pm ROBERTS WESLEYAN COLLEGE Cultural Life Center, 2301 Westside Dr, 594-6008 RWC Wind Ensemble 7:30pm ROCHESTER CHRISTIAN REFORMED CHURCH 2750 Atlantic Ave, Penfield, www. goldenlink.org Canal Street String Band 7:30pm

SHOWS

BOP SHOP 1460 Monroe Ave, 271-3354 Record Store Day w/ Live Music by Peter Stampfel & The Djangoners, Guest DJs, Art & Poetry by Wammo & more 9am-5pm

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CENTER AT HIGH FALLS GALLERY, 60 Browns Race, 244-1730 Genesee Center for the Arts & Education â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;s â&#x20AC;&#x153;Evening with the Artsâ&#x20AC;? Spring Auction 6:30-9:30pm

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EAST AVENUE CLUBS, Downtown Rochester, 261-4328 Blue Ribbon Rochester Charity Pub Crawl to Benefit Prevent Child Abuse NY 2-9pm *Starting at Salingerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s, 107 East Ave. FAIR & EXPO CENTER 2695 E. Henrietta Rd, 334-4000 Monroe County Fair Pizza Challenge 7-10pm GENESEE COUNTRY VILLAGE & MUSEUM Flint Hill Rd, Mumford, 538-6822 Antique Show & Sale 10am-4pm HAMLIN BEACH STATE PARK AREA 3 Lake Ontario Pkwy, Hamlin, 9642462 Earth Day at the Park 9am-3pm

SUNY GENESEO Kuhl Gymnasium, 800-525-2070 Kid Cudi w/ Tinie Tempah 7:30pm U OF R RIVER CAMPUS Strong Auditorium, 275-2828 UR Chamber Orchestra 8pm

PENFIELD PUBLIC LIBRARY 1985 Baird Rd, Penfield, 340-8720 Civil War Event 10am-3pm

DANCE

BUSH MANGO COMMUNITY CENTER 34 Elton St, 235-3960 Bush Mango Drum & Dance presents â&#x20AC;&#x153;Beat the Drumâ&#x20AC;? Friend-Raiser 7pm

FESTIVAL

ROHRBACH BREWING CO 97 Railroad St, info@artwake.org ArtAwake 2012 2pm-midnight

KIDS

CENTRAL LIBRARY,SECRET ROOM 115 South Ave, 428-8150 Tail Wagginâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Tutors 11am-12noon *Ages 4-12 JCC HART THEATER 1200 Edgewood Ave, 461-2000 X235 TYKEs (Theatre Young Kids Enjoy): Go, Dogs. Go! 2pm NATIONAL MUSEUM OF PLAY AT THE STRONG One Manhattan Square, 263-2700 Literature Live Weekend featuring â&#x20AC;&#x153;Geronimo Stiltonâ&#x20AC;? 11am-5pm

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BRADDOCK BAY PARK 199 East Manitou Rd, Greece, BOP-LIVE Bird of Prey Days 9am-3pm *Owl Prowl at the Owl Woods 7:30am

HOUSE OF GUITARS 645 Titus Ave, 544-3500 Record Store Day 10am-9pm Live Music featuring -Foot & Mouth Disease 12noon -Godzilla w/ Time Toad & Endangered Youth 2pm -Shawnee Boyeee & Third Party Gentlemen 4pm -Red Inc. 5pm

SMITH OPERA HOUSE 82 Seneca St, Geneva, 866-355-5483 Earth Day Concert for the Finger Lakes featuring Christine Lavin w/ The Burns Sisters, Rebecca Colleen and the Chore Lads 7:30pm

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PIANO WORKS MALL, STUDIO 1940 349 W. Commercial St, East Rochester, 377-2955 Weaving & Fiber Arts Center Open House 1-5pm RECORD ARCHIVE 33 1/3 Rockwood St, 244-1210 Record Store Day Events 9am RMSC 657 East Ave, 271-1880 Celebrating Earth Day 12noon-4pm RMSC Strasenburgh Planetarium, 657 East Ave, 271-1880 -My Planets 10am -Saturday Sun, Moon and Stars 11am -2012: Fact or Fiction? 1pm -Fly Me to the Moon 2:30 & 4:30pm -Ring of Fire 3:30pm -90s Laser 8pm -The Beatles in Laser Light 9:30pm SENECA PARK ZOO 2222 St Paul St, 336-7200 Earth Day Celebration 10am-4pm

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SPORTS

AUTO RACING Watkins Glen International, County Rt 16, Watkins Glen, 866-461-RACE Opening Weekend Track Laps/Toyota Green Grand Prix/NY Electrathon Race

MuCCC 142 Atlantic Ave, www.muccc.org -Kelly & Dinella Cabaret & Musical Entertainment 2-3pm -Theatre ROCS Performances 3-5pm -RCP Irish Players presents: A Moon for the Misbegotten 8pm

BASEBALL Frontier Field, One Morrie Silver Way, 423-WING Rochester Red Wings vs Lehigh Valley Iron Pigs 1:05pm

NAZARETH COLLEGE ARTS CENTER 4254 East Ave, 389-2170 Nazareth College Theatre Arts presents: Spring Awakening 8pm

HIKING RMSC Cumming Nature Center, 6472 Gulick Rd, Naples, 374-6160 Serendipity Walk 11am-2pm

NTID at RIT 1510 Lab Theatre, ntidtix@rit.edu NTID Performing Arts: The Glass Menagerie 7:30pm

ORIENTEERING RIT Campus, Interfaith Center, roc. us.orienteering.org, 377-5650 Rochester Orienteering Club Meet *Sprint Competitors 11am-1pm *Score-O Mass-Start 1pm

U OF R RIVER CAMPUS Todd Theatre, 275-4088 UR International Theatre Program presents: The Adding Machine: A Musical 3 & 8pm

THOROUGHBRED RACING Finger Lakes Casino & Racetrack, Rt 96, Farmington, 924-3232 Post Time 1:10pm

THEATRE

AUDITORIUM THEATRE 885 E. Main St, 800-745-3000 Jersey Boys 2 & 8pm BREAD & WATER THEATRE 243 Rosedale St(@ Monroe Ave.), 271-5523 She Said/ She Said 8pm BROCKPORT UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 92 Main St, Brockport 637-4240 The BUM Players present: Dear Delinquent 7:30pm DOWNSTAIRS CABARET THEATRE 20 Windsor St, 325-4370 You Say Tomato, I Say Shut Up 5 & 8:30pm DOWNSTAIRS CABARET at WINTON PLACE 3450 Winton Rd, 325-4370 Leaving Iowa 4 & 8pm DOWNSTAIRS CABARET THEATRE CENTER 540 E Main St, 325-4370 Nuts & Bolts Comedy Improv 8pm GEVA THEATRE CENTER 75 Woodbury Blvd, 232-GEVA -Superior Donuts 4 & 8:30pm -Geva Comedy Improv (Nextstage) 7:30pm

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WEST IRONDEQUOIT HIGH SCHOOL 260 Cooper Rd, everyonestheatre. com Everyoneâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Theatre Company presents: Titanic The Musical 7:30pm

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Alternative

BUG JAR 219 Monroe Ave, 454-2966 The Industry, Part 2 featuring Black Sinatra, Monsta Black, Rocs Reason, King Worthy, Lil Eto Nâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;dure & Fly High 8pm

Americana

ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 / abilenebarandlounge.com Abilene Americana Late Afternoon Music & Grub Affair featuring Sarah & The Tall Boys *Cook-Out 5pm, music @ 7pm

Blues

P.I.â&#x20AC;&#x2122;S 1 LOUNGE 495 West Ave, 235-1630 Live Blues 8pm-12mid

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45 Nichols St., Spencerport  s#*S0UB!ND'RILLCOM SMOKINâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; JOEâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S BAR & GRILL 425 Lyell Ave. 647-1540 The Reinhardts w/Ron LoCurto

Celtic

TEMPLE BAR & GRILLE 109 East Ave, 232-6000 Kindred 7-11pm

Indie Pop

THE CLUB at WATER ST 204 N Water St, 325-5600 RT Showcase w/ Special Guests This A.M. Static 5:30pm

Jam/Fusion

THE BEALE I 689 South Ave, 271-4650 The Meta Accord 7-10pm

Karaoke

CJâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S PUB & GRILL 45 Nicols St, Spencerport, 3525772 All Ages Karaoke 1-4pm WILLOW INN 428 Manitou Rd, Hilton, 392-3489 Northern Lights Karaoke 8pm-12mid

Metal

WATER STREET MUSIC HALL 204 N Water St, 325-5600 Sepultura w/ Death Angel, Krisiun, Havok, Mercia 7:30pm

Rock

CALIFORNIA BREW HAUS 402 Ridge Rd W, 621-1480 Dragonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 1st Annual Spring Fling w/ The Kronics/Ransom 1pm PELICANâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S NEST 566 River St, 663-5910 Brass Taxi 4-10pm

CONCERTS

DOWNSTAIRS CABARET at WINTON PLACE 3450 Winton Rd, 325-4370 An Evening of Jazz with Dave Mancini & Friends 7pm FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 175 Allen â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;s Creek Rd, 314-8716 Gibbs & Main w/ pianist Elaine Kwon: Robert Patersonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s â&#x20AC;&#x153;Sun Trioâ&#x20AC;? 6pm GEORGE EASTMAN HOUSE 900 East Ave, 271-3361 Musicale featuring The Clarinet Collection 3pm

HOCHSTEIN PERFORMANCE HALL 50 N Plymouth Ave, 454-2100 RPO Symphony 101 Series: â&#x20AC;&#x153;Subversive Subtextsâ&#x20AC;? 2pm HOCHSTEIN PERFORMANCE HALL 50 N Plymouth Ave, 442-9778 Rochester Chamber Orchestra Mozartâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Triple Concerto 7pm *Pre-concert Chat 6:15pm ST. MICHAELâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S CHURCH 869 N. Clinton Ave, 274-1110 â&#x20AC;&#x153;Eastman at St. Michaelâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;sâ&#x20AC;? Concert Series 2:30pm SUNY GENESEO Wadsworth Auditorium, 245-5833 Geneseo Chamber Singers & Spectrum 3pm U OF R RIVER CAMPUS Strong Auditorium, 275-2828 -UR Wind Symphony 3pm -Rock Repertory Ensemble (Lower Strong Auditorium) 7:30pm

KIDS

JCC HART THEATER 1200 Edgewood Ave, 461-2000 x235 TYKEs (Theatre Young Kids Enjoy): Go, Dog. Go! 2pm NATIONAL MUSEUM OF PLAY AT THE STRONG One Manhattan Square, 263-2700 Literature Live Weekend featuring â&#x20AC;&#x153;Geronimo Stiltonâ&#x20AC;? 1-5pm

SHOWS

BRADDOCK BAY PARK 199 East Manitou Rd, Greece, BOP-LIVE Bird of Prey Days 9am-4pm *Owl Prowl at the Owl Woods 7:30am CHRIST THE KING HALL 445 Kings Highway South, 7304556 Angels of Mercy Pasta Dinner w/ Entertainment featuring Len Hawley 1-5pm MAIN STREET ARMORY 900 E Main St, 262-4444/ SkinAndSteel.com Skin & Steel Motorcycle Show & Swap Meet 12noon-6pm PENFIELD COMMUNITY CENTER 1985 Baird Rd, Penfield, 340-8655 Penfield Recreation Family Wellness Fest 11am-1pm

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RMSC 657 East Ave, 271-1880 Celebrating Earth Day 12noon-4pm RMSC Strasenburgh Planetarium, 657 East Ave, 271-1880 -Fly Me to the Moon 1, 2 & 4pm -Ring of Fire 3pm SCHOOL OF THE ARTS 45 Prince St, 768-8631/fccrochester.org Year of the Dragon Fashion Show 2-4pm

SPORTS

AUTO RACING Watkins Glen International, County Rt 16, Watkins Glen, 866-461-RACE Opening Weekend Track Laps BASEBALL Frontier Field, One Morrie Silver Way, 423-WING Rochester Red Wings vs Lehigh Valley Iron Pigs 1:05pm

THEATRE

AUDITORIUM THEATRE 885 E. Main St, 800-745-3000 Jersey Boys 2 & 7pm BREAD & WATER THEATRE 243 Rosedale St(@ Monroe Ave.), 271-5523 She Said/ She Said 2pm GEVA THEATRE CENTER 75 Woodbury Blvd, 232-GEVA Superior Donuts 2pm (Audiodescribed) & 7pm MuCCC 142 Atlantic Ave, www.muccc.org RCP Irish Players present: A Moon for the Misbegotten 2pm NAZARETH COLLEGE ARTS CENTER 4254 East Ave, 389-2170 Nazareth College Theatre Arts presents: Spring Awakening 2pm NTID at RIT 1510 Lab Theatre, ntidtix@rit.edu NTID Performing Arts: The Glass Menagerie 2pm U OF R RIVER CAMPUS Todd Theatre, 275-4088 UR International Theatre Program presents: The Adding Machine: A Musical 3pm WEST IRONDEQUOIT HIGH SCHOOL 260 Cooper Rd, everyonestheatre. com Everyoneâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Theatre Company presents: Titanic The Musical 2pm

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Alternative

BUG JAR 219 Monroe Ave, 454-2966 Bullet Hell w/ Calligraphy & The Yummies 8pm

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Americana

LITTLE THEATRE CAFE 240 East Ave (in back) 232-3906 Watkins & The Rapiers 7:30-9:30pm

Irish

McGRAWâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S IRISH PUB 146 W. Commercial St, E.R., 3489091 Slower Session / Waltzes, Jigs & Reels Open Practice 6-9pm

Jazz

THE BEALE I 689 South Ave, 271-4650 Tony Gianavola 7-10pm THE LODGE AT WOODCLIFF Rt 96, Perinton, 381-4000 Westview Project 5:30-8:30pm

Karaoke

THE FLIPSIDE BAR & GRILL 2001 E Main St, 288-3930 9pm-1am

KIDS

NATIONAL MUSEUM OF PLAY AT THE STRONG One Manhattan Square, 263-2700 Monday Kicks for Ages 2 to 6: Out of This World 10am-2pm

SHOWS

AUDITORIUM CENTER, 4th FLOOR CATHEDRAL ROOM 875 E. Main St, 800-745-3000 â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Boys Are Back in Townâ&#x20AC;? Broadway Cares Equity Fights AIDS/ RBTL Benefit featuring Jersey Boys Cast Performances *Doors Open/Silent Auction 6:30pm

SPORTS

THOROUGHBRED RACING Finger Lakes Casino & Racetrack, Rt 96, Farmington, 924-3232 Post Time 1:10pm

TUESDAY APRIL

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Acoustic

THE BEALE I 689 South Ave, 271-4650 Teagan Ward 4-7pm

Acoustic/Rock

THE LODGE AT WOODCLIFF Rt 96, Perinton, 381-4000 Tinted Image 5:30-8:30pm

Alternative

BUG JAR 219 Monroe Ave, 454-2966 Wizard Rifle w/ Torus, The Love Tunnels & Abhor 8pm

Bluegrass

JOHNNYâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S IRISH PUB 1382 Culver Rd, 224-0990 String Theory 8pm

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Indie Folk

ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 / abilenebarandlounge.com Leland Sundries w/ Guest Joan Hutcheson 7:30-9:30pm

Jam

ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 / abilenebarandlounge.com Herb Heinz Pro-Am Jam 9:30pm

Karaoke

JEFFREY’S 3115 E. Henrietta Rd, 486-4937 w/ Cody 7pm-12mid McGRAW’S IRISH PUB 146 W. Commercial St, E.R., 3489091 7pm P.I.’s LOUNGE 495 West Ave, 235-1630 8pm-12mid WINTONAIRE 628 Winton Rd N, 730-8350 Tina P. 9pm-1am

Metal

MONTAGE MUSIC HALL 50 Chestnut St, 232-1520 Mushroomhead w/ (Hed) P.E., American Head Charge, Corvus, Tenafly Viper & more 7pm

Pop-Punk

THE CLUB at WATER ST 204 N Water St, 325-5600 City Lights w/ We Still Dream 6:30pm

DANCE

EDGERTON COMMUNITY CENTER 41 Backus St, 428-6755 Stardust Ballroom Dance Series w/ music by The Johnny Matt Band 7:30pm

SHOW

RMSC Strasenburgh Planetarium, 657 East Ave, 271-1880 Ring of Fire 2pm

SPORTS

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Acoustic

THE LODGE AT WOODCLIFF Rt 96, Perinton, 381-4000 Rob & Gary 5:30-8:30pm SHORTS 35 N Main St, Fairport, 388-0136 Acoustic Open Mic w/ Mandy

Alternative

BUG JAR 219 Monroe Ave, 454-2966 Abandon Kansas w/ Backstage Royalty & So Far So Good 8pm

Blues

THE BEALE I 689 South Ave, 271-4650 Open Blues Jam w/ The King Bees 7:30-11:30pm DINOSAUR BAR-B-QUE 99 Court St, 325-7090 Ezra & The Storm 9pm

DJ

ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 / abilenebarandlounge.com Reggae w/ DJs Ras Courtney & Freak-A-Nature of His Imperial Sounds 8pm-12mid NASHVILLES 4853 W. Henrietta Rd, 334-3030 DJ Adam / Line Dance Lessons w/ Dina 7:30-8:30pm

Funk

THE CLUB at WATER ST 204 N Water St, 325-5600 Fever 8:30pm

Irish

McGRAW’S IRISH PUB 146 W. Commercial St, E.R., 3489091 The South Wind Waltzing Session 6:30pm

BASEBALL Frontier Field, One Morrie Silver Way, 423-WING Rochester Red Wings vs. Syracuse Chiefs 7:05pm

Jazz

THOROUGHBRED RACING Finger Lakes Casino & Racetrack, Rt 96, Farmington, 924-3232 Post Time 1:10pm

LITTLE THEATRE CAFE 240 East Ave (in back) 232-3906 Margaret Explosion 7:30-9:30pm

THEATRE

AUDITORIUM THEATRE 885 E. Main St, 800-745-3000 Jersey Boys 7:30pm GEVA THEATRE CENTER 75 Woodbury Blvd, 232-GEVA Superior Donuts 7:30pm

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JOHNNY’S IRISH PUB 1382 Culver Rd, 224-0990 KGB 7pm

Karaoke

CALIFORNIA BREW HAUS 402 Ridge Rd W, 621-1480 9pm CENTER CAFE 150 Frank DiMino Way, off Manitou Rd, 594-8882 Karaoke 7:30-11pm THE FLIPSIDE BAR & GRILL 2001 E Main St, 288-3930 9pm-1am

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Open Mic

JEFFREY’S 3115 E. Henrietta Rd, 486-4937 Open Mic Night w/ Joel Page 7pm

THURSDAY APRIL

CONCERT

CLUBS

THE GERMAN HOUSE 315 Gregory St, 857-8385 Reverend Horton Heat w/ Tommy Brunett & Krypton 88 8pm

A Cappella

HOCHSTEIN PERFORMANCE HALL 50 N Plymouth Ave, 454-4596 “Live From Hochstein” featuring Allyn Van Dusen, mezzo-soprano; Pia Liptak, violin; Petar Kodzas, guitar 12:10pm

Acoustic

U OF R RIVER CAMPUS Interfaith Chapel, 275-2828 UR Men’s Glee Club & Chamber Singers 8pm

SHOW

MuCCC 142 Atlantic Ave, www.muccc.org “An American Archaeologist Uncovers the Real Iran” - A Presentation/ Discussion with Dr. Linda Jacobs 7:30pm RMSC Strasenburgh Planetarium, 657 East Ave, 271-1880 Ring of Fire 2pm

SPORTS

BASEBALL Frontier Field, One Morrie Silver Way, 423-WING Rochester Red Wings vs. Syracuse Chiefs 7:05pm

THEATRE

AUDITORIUM THEATRE 885 E. Main St, 800-745-3000 Jersey Boys 7:30pm GEVA THEATRE CENTER 75 Woodbury Blvd, 232-GEVA Superior Donuts 7:30pm U OF R RIVER CAMPUS Todd Theatre, 275-4088 UR International Theatre Program presents: The Adding Machine - A Musical 8pm

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LITTLE THEATRE CAFE 240 East Ave (in back) 232-3906 The Bowties 7:30-9:30pm

THE BEALE II 1930 Empire Blvd, Webster, 2161070 Teagan Ward 6:30-10:30pm CALIFORNIA BREW HAUS 402 Ridge Rd W, 621-1480 Acoustic Open Jam w/ Mark Herrmann 8pm-12mid THE FLIPSIDE BAR & GRILL 2001 E Main St, 288-3930 Open Mic 8pm-1am JOHNNY’S IRISH PUB 1382 Culver Rd, 224-0990 Be Glad & Dunn 7pm TOWPATH CAFE 6 N. Main St., Fairport, 377-0410 Songwriter Open Mic Series featuring Jeff Riales 7:30-10pm

Alternative

BUG JAR 219 Monroe Ave, 454-2966 Professional Victims w/ Little Spoon 7:30pm

Blues

DINOSAUR BAR-B-QUE 99 Court St, 325-7090 John Payton Project 9pm P.I.’S 1 LOUNGE 495 West Ave, 235-1630 Pro Blues Jam w/ The Rochester Blues Revue 8pm-12mid STICKY LIPS BBQ JUKE JOINT 830 Jefferson Rd, Henrietta, 292-5544 Chris Beard Band w/ Joe Beard 9pm

Classic Rock

THE BRIGHTON 1881 East Ave, 271-6650 Patrone, Mancuso, Sampagnaro 9pm

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DANCE

Blues

SHOW

THE BEALE II 1930 Empire Blvd, Webster, 216-1070 Luca Foresta & The Electro Kings 8pm-12mid

SUNY BROCKPORT Hartwell Dance Theater, 395-ARTS Sankofa African Dance & Drum Ensemble 7:30pm

RMSC Strasenburgh Planetarium, 657 East Ave, 271-1880 Ring of Fire 2pm U OF R RIVER CAMPUS Hirst Lounge, Wilson Commons heartofdisorder@gmail.com “Explore the Heart of Disorder” Art Exhibition featuring Painting, Poetry, Musical Performances & more 4-7pm

SPORTS

BASEBALL Frontier Field, One Morrie Silver Way, 423-WING Rochester Red Wings vs. Syracuse Chiefs 11:35am

THEATRE

AUDITORIUM THEATRE 885 E. Main St, 800-745-3000 Jersey Boys 7:30pm DOWNSTAIRS CABARET THEATRE 20 Windsor St, 325-4370 You Say Tomato, I Say Shut Up 7pm DOWNSTAIRS CABARET at WINTON PLACE 3450 Winton Rd, 325-4370 Leaving Iowa 7pm

Comedy

THE COMEDY CLUB 2235 Empire Blvd, Webster, 6719080 Godfrey 7:30 & 10pm

Dance

THE JUKEBOX 5435 Ridge Rd, Spencerport, 352-4505 Line Dancing Lessons 7:30pm TAPAS 177 177 St Paul St, 262-2090 Salsa Lessons 9:30pm

DJ

NASHVILLES 4853 W. Henrietta Rd, 334-3030 DJ Matt / Line Dance Lessons w/ Dina 7:30-8:30pm

Irish

McGRAW’S IRISH PUB 146 W. Commercial St, E.R., 3489091 Pat Kane 7pm

Jazz

THE LODGE AT WOODCLIFF Rt 96, Perinton, 381-4000 Wine & Jazz Happy Hour w/ The Swooners 5:30-8:30pm

Karaoke

THE JUKEBOX 5435 Ridge Rd, Spencerport, 352-4505 Karaoke w/ Jeff Smith of Detour 9pm

SALVATORE’S PIZZERIA & PUB 1217 Bay Rd, Webster, 671-9420 w/ DJ Glenn Romano 8:30-11:30pm SHORTS 35 N Main St, Fairport, 388-0136 w/ Summer Bob WILLOW INN 428 Manitou Rd, Hilton, 392-3489 Northern Lights Karaoke 8pm-12mid

Pop Rock

RICHMONDS 21 Richmond St, 270-8570 Todd East 6-9pm

Rap

ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 / abilenebarandlounge.com Downtown with the Underground w/ DJ Stigma, P.A. & M.O.E., Inf! & JD Riggz, Reaper Boyz, KES, Parallax & Nytemare 9pm

Show

JOHNNY’S IRISH PUB 1382 Culver Rd, 224-0990 Craft Beer Tasting 6pm

CONCERT

TEMPLE BETH EL 139 Winton Rd S, 461-0490/ JewishRochester.org Celebrate Israel @ 64 Concert featuring Rabbi Joe Black 7pm

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Acoustic

TANDOOR 396 Jefferson Rd, 427-7080 Tommy Gravino 7-9pm WILLOW INN 428 Manitou Rd, Hilton, 392-3489 Jeff Martin 8pm-midnight

Alternative

BUG JAR 219 Monroe Ave, 454-2966 -Rumblin & The Moose Knuckles 6pm -The Rice Cakes w/ Abandoned Buildings Club, Buckets & White Woods 8pm

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SMOKIN’ JOE’S BAR & GRILL 425 Lyell Ave. 647-1540 The LPs

Comedy

THE COMEDY CLUB 2235 Empire Blvd, Webster, 671-9080 Godfrey 7:30 & 10pm

Funk

LITTLE THEATRE CAFE 240 East Ave (in back) 232-3906 Uptown Groove 8:30-10:30pm

Irish

McGRAW’S IRISH PUB 146 W. Commercial St, E.R., 348-9091 Kevin Reynolds & Ken Snyders 8pm SHERIDAN’S IRISH PUB 1551 Mt. Hope Ave, 271-2500 Dave North 8pm

Jam

TEMPLE BAR & GRILLE 109 East Ave, 232-6000 Into the Now 10pm-1am

Jazz

CHARLEY BROWN’S 1675 Penfield Rd, 385-9202 Fred Costello & Roger Eckers Duo 7:30-10pm THE LODGE AT WOODCLIFF Rt 96, Perinton, 381-4000 Gap Mangione’s New Blues Band 7:30-12mid

Karaoke

FLAHERTY’S WEBSTER 1200 Bay Rd, Webster, 671-0816 Karaoke 9pm-12mid SHORTS 35 N Main St, Fairport, 388-0136 w/ Summer Bob

Metal

MONTAGE MUSIC HALL 50 Chestnut St, 232-1520 DeadRoc Upstate Metal Showcase 8pm

Old-Time/Country

ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 / abilenebarandlounge.com The Evil City String Band 9:30pm

Reggae

ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 / abilenebarandlounge.com Kaijah 5:30-8:30pm

Rock

ANCHOR SPORTS BAR & GRILL Marketplace Mall, Henrietta, 2729333 That Party Band

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April 18 - May 2, 2012 FREETIME THE BRIGHTON 1881 East Ave, 271-6650 Mansfield Avenue Band 9pm CALIFORNIA BREW HAUS 402 Ridge Rd W, 621-1480 Compromise 9pm THE CLUB at WATER ST 204 N Water St, 325-5600 Mouthful, Define Normal 6:30pm DINOSAUR BAR-B-QUE 99 Court St, 325-7090 Hi-Risers 10pm JOHNNY’S 1382 Culver Rd, 224-0990 -Teagan & Some Tweeds 5pm -Brothers From Other Mothers 9pm THE JUKEBOX 5435 Ridge Rd, Spencerport, 352-4505 Ballbreaker NASHVILLES 4853 W. Henrietta Rd, 334-3030 CoMoTion 9pm NOLA’S BBQ 4775 Lake Ave, 663-3375 Download 10pm PELICAN’S NEST 566 River St, 663-5910 Springer 10pm-2am RAB’S WOODSHED 4440 Lake Ave, 663-4610 The Kronics 10pm-2am STICKY LIPS BBQ JUKE JOINT 830 Jefferson Rd, Henrietta, 292-5544 Violet Mary 9:30pm

CONCERTS

KODAK HALL AT EASTMAN THEATRE 60 Gibbs St, 454-2100 RPO Pops presents “James Westwater: Spurs and Spirits” 8pm MAIN STREET ARMORY 900 E Main St, 232-3221 Future & Friends 8pm ROBERTS WESLEYAN COLLEGE Cultural Life Center, 2301 Westside Dr, 594-6008 RWC Students Opera presents the Marriage of Figaro 7:30pm ST. LUKE & ST. SIMON CYRENE CHURCH 17 S. Fitzhugh St, 546-7730 Two Saints Spring Music Festival:Eastman Cello Choir 12:15pm U OF R RIVER CAMPUS Strong Auditorium, 275-2828 UR Gospel Choir 7pm

DANCE

INICORI DANCE STUDIO 1100 University Ave, 271-6840 Rochester Salsa Weekend Latin Dance Festival SUNY BROCKPORT Hartwell Dance Theater, 395-ARTS Sankofa African Dance & Drum Ensemble 7:30pm TANGO CAFE DANCE STUDIO 389 Gregory St, www. GrooveJuiceSwing.com The Black & White Affair 7-11pm *Beginner Swing Dance Lessons 7-8pm

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SHOW

GREATER CANANDAIGUA CIVIC CENTER 250 N. Bloomfield Rd, Canandaigua, 396-9473 Thompson Guild “Springtime in Canandaigua” Arts & Crafts Market 1-7pm

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SPORTS

THOROUGHBRED RACING Finger Lakes Casino & Racetrack, Rt 96, Farmington, 924-3232 Post Time 12:35pm

THEATRE

AUDITORIUM THEATRE 885 E. Main St, 800-745-3000 Jersey Boys 8pm BREAD & WATER THEATRE 243 Rosedale St. @ Monroe Ave. 271-5523 Fanny the Queen of Provincetown 8pm BROCKPORT UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 92 Main st, Brockport 637-4240 The BUM Players present: Dear Delinquent 7:30pm DOWNSTAIRS CABARET THEATRE 20 Windsor St, 325-4370 You Say Tomato, I Say Shut Up 8pm DOWNSTAIRS CABARET at WINTON PLACE 3450 Winton Rd, 325-4370 Leaving Iowa 8pm GEVA THEATRE CENTER 75 Woodbury Blvd, 232-GEVA -Superior Donuts 8pm -Two Jews Walk Into a War (*Preview, Nextstage) 7:30pm MuCCC 142 Atlantic Ave, www.muccc.org RCP Irish Players present: A Moon for the Misbegotten 8pm NAZARETH COLLEGE ARTS CENTER 4254 East Ave, 389-2170 Nazareth College Theatre Arts presents: Spring Awakening 8pm ROBERTS WESLEYAN COLLEGE Cultural Life Center, 2301 Westside Dr, 594-6008 RWC Student Opera Presents: The Marriage of Figaro 7:30pm SUNY BROCKPORT Tower Fine Arts Center Mainstage, 395-ARTS The Rocky Horror Show 7:30pm

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Acoustic

FLAHERTY’S HONEOYE FALLS 60 W. Main St., Honeoye Falls, 497-7010 Ebb Tide

McGRAW’S IRISH PUB 146 W. Commercial St, E.R., 3489091 Kaleidoscope 8pm

Alternative

BUG JAR 219 Monroe Ave, 454-2966 Seth Faergolzia Album Release Show w/ Bogs Visionary Orchestra 8pm

Blues

THE BEALE I 689 South Ave, 271-4650 Deep Blue 7:30-11:30pm THE BEALE II 1930 Empire Blvd, Webster, 216-1070 The Fakers

FLAHERTY’S WEBSTER 1200 Bay Rd, Webster, 671-0816 Bob Grocki

DINOSAUR BAR-B-QUE 99 Court St, 325-7090 Joe Beard 10pm

JOHNNY’S IRISH PUB 1382 Culver Rd, 224-0990 Jumbo Shrimp 8pm

Comedy

THALI OF INDIA 3259 Winton Rd S, 427-8030 Tommy Gravino 7-9pm

THE COMEDY CLUB 2235 Empire Blvd, Webster, 6719080 Godfrey 7:30 & 10pm

Acoustic/Blues

Country

LITTLE THEATRE CAFE 240 East Ave (in back) 232-3906 Amanda Ashley 8:30-10:30pm

Acoustic Rock

THE LODGE AT WOODCLIFF Rt 96, Perinton, 381-4000 Tinted Image 7:30-12mid

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ANCHOR SPORTS BAR & GRILL Marketplace Mall, Henrietta, 2729333 Double Cross THE JUKEBOX 5435 Ridge Rd, Spencerport, 352-4505 Paul Cummings & Crossroads

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APRIL 30

MARK GAMSJAGER & THE LUSTRE KINGS

NASHVILLES 4853 W. Henrietta Rd, 334-3030 Slow Riders 9pm STICKY LIPS BBQ JUKE JOINT 830 Jefferson Rd, Henrietta, 2925544 Flint Creek 10pm

DJ

CALIFORNIA BREW HAUS 402 Ridge Rd W, 621-1480 Latin Fuzion Dance Party w/ DJ Zio/ DJ Felix 10pm

Folk/Rock

ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 / abilenebarandlounge.com Robert Zimmerman Philharmonic 10pm

Funk/Experimental MONTAGE MUSIC HALL 50 Chestnut St, 232-1520 DopApod 9pm

Jazz

THE BRIGHTON 1881 East Ave, 271-6650 Westview Project 7:30pm CHARLEY BROWN’S 1675 Penfield Rd, 385-9202 Fred Costello-Roger Eckers Duo 7:30-10pm HAVANA MOE’S 125 East Ave, 325-1030 East End Jazz Boys 9pm

Jazz/Blues

ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 / abilenebarandlounge.com GRR 8-9:30pm

Karaoke

SHORTS 35 N Main St, Fairport, 388-0136 w/ Summer Bob

Latin

TAPAS 177 177 St Paul St, 262-2090 Ache

Metalcore

THE CLUB at WATER ST 204 N Water St, 325-5600 Falling Forward w/ Tonight We Feed 6:30pm

Rockabilly royalty Mark Gamsjager and the Lustre Kings will rock the house at Abilene Bar & Lounge, April 30.

KIDS

NATIONAL MUSEUM OF PLAY AT THE STRONG One Manhattan Square, 263-2700 In Another Galaxy Weekend 11am4pm

SHOW

AMERICAN ASSOC. OF UNIVERSITY WOMEN 494 East Ave, 271-1172 Overcomers from Hope Christian Fellowship Banquet 6pm

Progressive Rock

WATER STREET MUSIC HALL 204 N Water St, 325-5600 Stick Men 8pm

BLACK BIRD CIDER WORKS 8503 Lower Lake Rd., Barker, 944-8824 Spring Cider & Cheese Pairing *Call for advance tickets

Rock

BURGUNDY BASIN 1361 Marsh Rd, Pittsford, www. stepbysteprochester.org Step by Step of Rochester Celebration of Women Gala 1-4pm

HAMLIN STATION BAR & GRILL 52 Railroad Ave, Hamlin, 964-2010 Renegade

GREATER CANANDAIGUA CIVIC CENTER 250 N. Bloomfield Rd, Canandaigua, 396-9473 Thompson Guild “Springtime in Canandaigua” Arts & Crafts Market 10am-5pm

THE COACH SPORTS BAR 19 W Main St, Webster, 872-2910 Back in Time

JEFFREY’S 3115 E. Henrietta Rd, 486-4937 Dave McGrath 9pm PELICAN’S NEST 566 River St, 663-5910 Me & The Boyz 10pm-2am SHOOTERS SPORTS BAR & GRILL 1226 Fairport Rd, 385-9777 Brass Taxi 10pm

CONCERTS

HOUSE OF GUITARS 645 Titus Ave, 544-3500 No Boundaries 6pm

KODAK HALL AT EASTMAN THEATRE 60 Gibbs St, 454-2100 Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra “James Westwater: Spurs and Spirits” 8pm ROBERTS WESLEYAN COLLEGE Cultural Life Center, 2301 Westside Dr, 594-6008 RWC Student Opera presents The Marriage of Figaro 7:30pm SMITH OPERA HOUSE 82 Seneca St, Geneva, 866-355-5483 Cantus - “On the Shoulders of Giants” 7:30pm ST JOHN’S EPISCOPAL CHURCH 183 N Main St, Canandaigua, 785-1905 Finger Lakes Chorale 7pm

DANCE

INICORI DANCE STUDIO 1100 University Ave, 271-6840 Rochester Salsa Weekend Latin Dance Festival ST MARY’S UKRAINIAN CHURCH HALL 3176 St Paul Blvd, 672-7848 German Dance presented by the Heidengold German Dancers, w/ music by the Genesee Valley Alpine Band *Doors open 6pm SUNY BROCKPORT Hartwell Dance Theater, 395-ARTS Sankofa African Dance & Drum Ensemble 7:30pm

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BLACKFRIARS THEATRE 795 E. Main St, 454-1260 Grey Gardens 8pm BREAD & WATER THEATRE 243 Rosedale St, 271-5523 Fanny the Queen of Provincetown 8pm BROCKPORT UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 92 Main st, Brockport 637-4240 The BUM Players present: Dear Delinquent 7:30pm DOWNSTAIRS CABARET THEATRE 20 Windsor St, 325-4370 You Say Tomato, I Say Shut Up 5 & 8:30pm DOWNSTAIRS CABARET THEATRE CENTER 540 E Main St, 325-4370 Leaving Iowa 8pm GEVA THEATRE CENTER 75 Woodbury Blvd, 232-GEVA -Superior Donuts (Mainstage) 4 & 8:30pm -Two Jews Walk Into a War (*Preview, Nextstage) 8pm MuCCC 142 Atlantic Ave, www.muccc.org RCP Irish Players present: A Moon for the Misbegotten 8pm

THE HARLEY SCHOOL 1981 Clover St, 554-3539/ folkartguid.org Rochester Folk Art Guild’s Spring Festival of Crafts 10am-5pm

NAZARETH COLLEGE ARTS CENTER 4254 East Ave, 389-2170 Nazareth College Theatre Arts presents: Spring Awakening 8pm

MCC Brighton Campus 1000 E Henrietta Rd, 292-2534 MCC Scholars Day 9:30am-3:30pm *Featured presentation by Spencer Wells 9:30am

ROBERTS WESLEYAN COLLEGE Cultural Life Center, 2301 Westside Dr, 594-6008 RWC Student Opera Presents: The Marriage of Figaro 7:30pm

RMSC Strasenburgh Planetarium, 657 East Ave, 271-1880 -My Planets 10am -Saturday Sun, Moon & Stars 11am 2012:Fact or Fiction 1pm -Fly Me to the Moon 2:30 & 4:30pm -Ring of Fire 3:30pm -90s Laser 8pm -The Beatles in Laser Light 9:30pm

SUNY BROCKPORT Tower Fine Arts Center Mainstage, 395-ARTS The Rocky Horror Show 7:30pm

SUNDAY APRIL

SPORTS

LACROSSE Blue Cross Arena, One War Memorial Square, knighthawks.net Rochester Knighthawks vs. Philadelphia Wings 7:30pm THOROUGHBRED RACING Finger Lakes Casino & Racetrack, Rt 96, Farmington, 924-3232 Post Time 1:10pm WALKING Eastview Mall, Victor, Former BonTon Court, 394-8178 x7213 Happiness House Autism Awareness Walk 8am *registration 7:30am WALKING Washington Grove, behind Cobbs Hill Reservoir, East Side, 234-1056 Spring Morning Walk: Mighty Giants of the Washington Grove 8:30am

THEATRE

AUDITORIUM THEATRE 885 E. Main St, 800-745-3000 Jersey Boys 2 & 8pm

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Alternative

BUG JAR 219 Monroe Ave, 454-2966 The Music of Epilogue w/ There I Say is Lightning, Archimedes, The Weight We Carry 8pm

Americana

ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230/ abilenebarandlounge.com Larkin Poe w/ The Shadowboxers *Cook-Out 5pm, music @ 7pm

Blues

P.I.’S 1 LOUNGE 495 West Ave, 235-1630 Live Blues 8pm-12mid SMOKIN’ JOE’S BAR & GRILL 425 Lyell Ave. 647-1540 Doubletake Blues Band

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April 18 - May 2, 2012 FREETIME

Celtic

TEMPLE BAR & GRILLE 109 East Ave, 232-6000 Brian Clancy 7-11pm

Irish

JOHNNY’S IRISH PUB 1382 Culver Rd, 224-0990 Traditional Irish Music Session 5pm McGRAW’S IRISH PUB 146 W. Commercial St, E.R., 3489091 -Singer Session 2:30pm -John Dady 7pm

Jam/Fusion

THE BEALE I 689 South Ave, 271-4650 The Meta Accord 7-10pm

Karaoke

CJ’S PUB & GRILL 45 Nicols St, Spencerport, 352-5772 All Ages Karaoke 1-4pm WILLOW INN 428 Manitou Rd, Hilton, 392-3489 Northern Lights Karaoke 8pm-12mid

Rock

PELICAN’S NEST 566 River St, 663-5910 50/50 4-10pm

Show McGRAW’S IRISH PUB

146 W. Commercial St, E.R., 3489091 Irish Film Series: The Widow’s Peak 4pm

CONCERTS

BLUE CROSS ARENA One War Memorial Sq, 800-745-3000 New Edition 7pm CHRIST THE GOOD SHEPHERD CHURCH 1000 N. Winton Rd., 482-2018 Eastman-Rochester Organ Initiative Community Organ Concert 4pm FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 124 Main St, Brockport, 637-4502 “Water for South Sudan” Benefit Concert featuring The Rochester Guitar Duo 3pm GEORGE EASTMAN HOUSE 900 East Ave, 271-3361 Musicale featuring Joseph Yungen, Anyango Yarbo-Davenport & Tiffany Valvo Lopez: Piano, Violin & Clarinet 3pm HOCHSTEIN PERFORMANCE HALL 50 N Plymouth Ave, 454-4596 Greater Rochester Women’s Philharmonic 4pm

SUNY GENESEO Wadsworth Auditorium, 245-5833 Geneseo Festival Chorus & Geneseo Symphony Orchestra: Handel’s “Messiah” 3pm

DANCE

INICORI DANCE STUDIO 1100 University Ave, 271-6840 Rochester Salsa Weekend Latin Dance Festival

A Good Vibes Store Magickal & Mythical Gifts with Attitude

Tarot Readings - Call For Hours Huge Selection of Incense & Oils Many Magical Tools Dragons, Fairies & Much More!

SUNY BROCKPORT Hartwell Dance Theater, 395-ARTS Sankofa African Dance & Drum Ensemble 2pm

KIDS

NATIONAL MUSEUM OF PLAY AT THE STRONG One Manhattan Square, 263-2700 In Another Galaxy Weekend 1-4pm RMSC 657 East Ave, 271-1880 Adventure Weekend: Explore with Sid the Science Kid 12noon-4pm

SHOW

GREATER CANANDAIGUA CIVIC CENTER 250 N. Bloomfield Rd, Canandaigua, 396-9473 Thompson Guild “Springtime in Canandaigua” Arts & Crafts Market 10am-5pm THE HARLEY SCHOOL 1981 Clover St, 554-3539/ folkartguid.org Rochester Folk Art Guild’s Spring Festival of Crafts 11am-5pm KODAK HALL AT EASTMAN THEATRE 60 Gibbs St, 454-2100 Rochester Music Hall of Fame Gala Induction Ceremony 7pm RMSC Strasenburgh Planetarium, 657 East Ave, 271-1880 -Fly Me to the Moon 1, 2 & 4pm -Ring of Fire 3pm

THEATRE

AUDITORIUM THEATRE 885 E. Main St, 800-745-3000 Jersey Boys 2pm BLACKFRIARS THEATRE 795 E. Main St, 454-1260 Grey Gardens 2pm BREAD & WATER THEATRE 243 Rosedale St, 271-5523 Fanny the Queen of Provincetown 2pm DOWNSTAIRS CABARET THEATRE CENTER 540 E Main St, 325-4370 Leaving Iowa 3pm

KILBOURN HALL 26 Gibbs St, 274-1110 The Links Scholarship Concert featuring Violist Sterling Tyler 3pm

GEVA THEATRE CENTER 75 Woodbury Blvd, 232-GEVA -Superior Donuts (Mainstage) 2pm (Sunday Salon) & 7pm -Two Jews Walk Into a War (Nextstage) 3pm

ST. AMBROSE CHURCH 25 Empire Blvd, 266-7030 St. Andrew’s Music Series: RIT Orchestra 2:30pm

NAZARETH COLLEGE ARTS CENTER 4254 East Ave, 389-2170 Nazareth College Theatre Arts presents: Spring Awakening 2pm

ST JOHN’S EPISCOPAL CHURCH 183 N Main St, Canandaigua, 785-1905 Finger Lakes Chorale 3pm

SUNY BROCKPORT Tower Fine Arts Center Mainstage, 395-ARTS The Rocky Horror Show 2pm

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U OF R RIVER CAMPUS Todd Theatre, 275-4088 UR International Theatre Program presents: The Adding Machine: A Musical 6pm

MONDAY APRIL

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CLUBS

Alternative

BUG JAR 219 Monroe Ave, 454-2966 Pierced Arrows w/ Velvet Elvis, The Missing Links 8pm

Americana

LITTLE THEATRE CAFE 240 East Ave (in back) 232-3906 Watkins & The Rapiers 7:30-9:30pm

Irish

McGRAW’S IRISH PUB 146 W. Commercial St, E.R., 348-9091 Slower Session / Waltzes, Jigs & Reels Open Practice 6-9pm

Jazz

HOCHSTEIN PERFORMANCE HALL 50 N Plymouth Ave, 454-4596 David Hochstein Recital Competition Winners Recital 7:30pm KILBOURN HALL 26 Gibbs St, 454-2100 World Music Series: Gamelon Lila Muni 8pm SUNY GENESEO Wadsworth Auditorium, 245-5833 Geneseo Percussion Ensemble 8pm

SPORTS

THOROUGHBRED RACING Finger Lakes Casino & Racetrack, Rt 96, Farmington, 924-3232 Post Time 1:10pm

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CLUBS

Acoustic

ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 / abilenebarandlounge.com Don Christiano - The Beatles Unplugged w/ Special Guest 8-10pm

THE BEALE I 689 South Ave, 271-4650 Tony Gianavola 7-10pm

THE BEALE I 689 South Ave, 271-4650 Teagan Ward 7-10pm

THE LODGE AT WOODCLIFF Rt 96, Perinton, 381-4000 Bob DiBaudo Duo 5:30-8:30pm

Acoustic/Rock

Karaoke

THE FLIPSIDE BAR & GRILL 2001 E Main St, 288-3930 9pm-1am

Rockabilly

ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 / abilenebarandlounge.com Mark Gamsjager & The Lustre Kings w/ Pep Torres 8pm

CONCERTS

EASTMAN SCHOOL HATCH RECITAL HALL 433 E. Main St, 274-1110 Woodwind Chamber Music Recital 9pm

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THE LODGE AT WOODCLIFF Rt 96, Perinton, 381-4000 Tinted Image 5:30-8:30pm

Alternative

BUG JAR 219 Monroe Ave, 454-2966 The Branch Dividians Album Release w/ Gin & Bonnets, Baby Shark, Trevor Leach 7:30pm

Bluegrass

JOHNNY’S IRISH PUB 1382 Culver Rd, 224-0990 String Theory 8pm

Karaoke

JEFFREY’S 3115 E. Henrietta Rd, 486-4937 w/ Cody 7pm-12mid

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SMITH OPERA HOUSE 82 Seneca St, Geneva, 866-3555483 Passion Pit 8pm U of R River Campus Strong Auditorium, 275-2828 UR Symphony Orchestra 8pm

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RMSC Strasenburgh Planetarium, 657 East Ave, 271-1880 Ring of Fire 2pm

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NIGHTCLUBS

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SPORTS

Rochester Americans www.amerks.com Rochester Knighthawks www.knighthawks.net Rochester Lancers www.rochesterlancers.com Rochester Rhinos www.rhinossoccer.com Rochester RazorSharks www.rochesterrazorsharks.com Rochester Red Wings www.redwingsbaseball.com Western New York Flash www.wnyflash.com

STORES/RETAILERS

American Music Centre www.americanmusiccentre.net Atlas Music www.atlasmusic.net The Bop Shop www.bopshop.com Echo Tone Music www.echotonemusic.net House of Guitars www.HouseofGuitars.com Sound Source www.soundsource.com

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