Tonight will mark the 44th Saturday “Home to Home” concert of the Old Hippies, a Genesee County duo weathering the season from their Florida home.

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BATAVIA — The list of performers isn’t complete yet, but Batavia Downs has a start on summer concerts for 2021, provided concerts can once again take center stage in six months.

Warm up your vocal cords because a virtual community caroling event is coming to the Facebook pages of The Daily News and The Livingston County News.

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BATAVIA — Members of the Genesee Symphony Orchestra will perform small concerts at Holland Land Office Museum, 131 West Main St., during the Wonderland of Trees celebration on Dec. 11 and 18.

BATAVIA – The Genesee Symphony Orchestra and Genesee Chorale will provide a shining light – in what was generally been a dark, uncertain year. Both groups are scheduled to perform during the Encore 2020 fundraiser for the Genesee Community College Foundation.

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The Old Hippies will be joined tonight by Vincent Pastore as they continue their "Home to Home" concert series with their 36th concert. Tonight's show is from their home in Stuart, Fla.

PERRY – Taste the “Bounty of the Market” at the Perry Farmers’ Market on Aug. 22, where the “Summer Saturdays” arts series will feature a musical appearance by Gordon Munding.

Jim Kimball and the Geneseo String Band will offer a free concert of Irish and American folk and dance music Aug. 7 at the West Sparta Town Hall.

ROCHESTER — The 2020 All State Festival and Winter Conference has been canceled, the The New York State School Music Association announced Tuesday.

PERRY – The Perry Farmers’ Market will continue into September with live music, fresh produce, and changes due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Former Genesee County residents Kay McDonald and Bill McDonald are back on a live stage tonight for their 15th "Home to Home" concert series. The duo, performing as the Old Hippies, will present two sets from Little Jim Bait & Tackle in Fort Pierce, Fla.

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If Madison Hoerbelt has her way, one day she will be appearing in the world’s greatest opera houses and companies around the world. Places like New York City, Germany and Italy.