• Updated

Elise Hoerbelt, as the daughter of music educators, likely knows a thing or two about what she calls the power of music. It’s that power the 2019 graduate of Batavia High School wants to share with and teach students about.

Former Genesee County residents Kay McDonald and Bill McDonald are performing their ninth "Home to Home Concert," a series of Saturday night performances presented live from their Florida living room.

Andrea Gilebarto was supposed to graduate with a degree in music education this weekend from Fredonia State College, but the COVID-19 pandemic has delayed those plans – the college has postponed its ceremony until August.

With the closure of fabric stores and her college campus as part of New York’s shutdown in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, fashion student Alexis Remington found herself needing to come up with new solutions as she and her classmates prepared for Genesee Community College’s annual fashion…

Former Genesee County residents Kay McDonald and Bill McDonald are performing their eighth "Home to Home Concert," a series of Saturday night performances presented live from their Florida living room.

TROY — The Pomeroy Fund for NYS History is a new partnership between the William G. Pomeroy Foundation and the Museum Association of New York.

GENESEO –The National Warplane Museum, 3489 Big Tree Lane, is postponing its annual airshow due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

RETSOF – Before the COVID-19 pandemic took over everyone’s lives, high school music students at York Central School were working on performing the song,”Shallow,” from the Academy Award-winning movie, ”A Star is Born.”

BATAVIA — Genesee Chorale, in light of coronavirus concerns, has canceled its spring 2020 season, including its previously scheduled May 1 and 3 concerts.

MOUNT MORRIS - March is not only a month in which people turn the clocks ahead and celebrate St. Patrick’s Day but it is also a time to celebrate women. In honor of March being “Women’s History Month,” Livingston County Historian Amie Alden has helped set up a history trail people can travel…

I live alone, and while my family is only an hour away, they live in Erie County where the coronavirus has begun to slowly spread. Most of my social life when it comes to interacting with people physically comes from work when I’m not at my parents, and since I started working at home, even …

High school theater productions in the GLOW region have not been immune to the same challenges faced by professional theaters in the wake of coronavirus concerns and Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s ban on large gatherings.

Broadway stages in New York City are not the only darkened theaters. From Rochester to Buffalo, theater companies have canceled shows and other special events in the wake of Governor Andrew Cuomo’s new regulations on mass gatherings amid concerns about coronavirus.

Norah Jones, who was a virtually unknown 23-year-old piano player when she appeared at the first edition of the Rochester International Jazz Festival, will return for a second time this summer – and she’s bringing some friends.

Dansville Artworks is celebrating five years as a not-for-profit local arts organization and, to develop a plan for the future, is inviting the community to an open forum called “Planning for the Future.” The forum will be at Dansville Artworks, 153 Main St. Dansville, from 9 to 10 a.m. Feb.…