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To celebrate the fortieth anniversary of presenting Handel’s “Messiah”, the Downtown Singers are welcoming an extra set of soloists. We hear from Timothy LeFebvre, one of the bass soloists who, although he lives and teaches in Oberlin, Ohio, is always ready to make the trip to Binghamton to sing. Photo credit: Downtown SingersThe post The Downtown Singers celebrate forty years of performing Handel’s “Messiah” first appeared on WSKG.
Before his untimely death in 1966, Reverend Stanley Kiehl Gambell recorded a reading of "A Christmas Carol" by Charles Dickens.The post Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol,” as read by WSKG’s namesake first appeared on WSKG.
Michael Korchak narrowly won a three-way race to be Broome County’s top prosecutor in 2019.The post Korchak declares reelection bid for Broome County district attorney first appeared on WSKG.
For some school districts, it was the second school threat this week. Today is the 10 year anniversary of the Sandy Hook school shooting.The post Some Broome County schools on lockout again, after threat first appeared on WSKG.
The new Siena College poll finds a majority of voters say the Democrat hasn't accomplished key goals she set for her administration at the beginning of the year.The post Siena College poll finds New Yorkers think Gov. Hochul has plenty left to get done first appeared on WSKG.
The Holiday Celebration by the Cayuga Chamber Orchestra features Youth Concerto Competition winner, cellist Joshua Jang. Interim Music Director Grant Cooper joins us to talk about the program, and about how his studies in mathematics informs his conducting and his composing. Photo credit: Cayuga Chamber OrchestraThe post The Cayuga Chamber Orchestra features a young cello soloist first appeared on WSKG.
Seneca Lake Guardian says it's being bullied by Seneca Meadows, the state’s largest landfill. The environmental group recently received a cease-and-desist letter from the law firm representing Seneca Meadows.The post Environmental group says Finger Lakes landfill is stifling First Amendment rights first appeared on WSKG.
According to the Broome County Sheriff’s Office, Nicolas Skiba, 42, and Keith Hall, 28, were each charged with five counts of criminal possession of a weapon.The post 2 arrested, charged after incident triggered lockouts throughout Broome County first appeared on WSKG.
After a long hiatus, Tri-Cities Opera brings back Gian-Carlo Menotti’s “Amahl and the Night Visitors”. We hear from two conductors, Christian Capocaccia and Lindsay Kate Brown, and Executive Director John Rozzoni about what makes this seasonal opera so popular, and Lindsay tells us about taking a break from her professional singing career to return to […]
“A wide variety of surveillance, deterrence, physical and technology measures are in place, and...robust.”The post Electric utilities in PA monitoring grid in the wake of North Carolina attacks first appeared on WSKG.
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