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Rochester Free Radio, Inc.
WRFZ is a low-power FM radio station broadcasting at 106.3 MHz. The station is licensed to Rochester, NY.
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Listener Comments and Reviews
Can you please play more r&b music. If you need some artist names i could help with that.
By: Odessa on June 8, 2016
If you would let your listening audience know about the jazz at Immanuel concert on Friday, September `16th, we would be appreciative of your help. Is there a better way to notify you of future jazz concerts? We have seven concerts a year--September, October, November, and December and March, April, and May. Many thanks--Peter Mitchell for the jazz committee.
Jazz at Immanuel Features Laura Dubin and Bill Dobbins on September 16
Friday Jazz at Immanuel, in our 14th season, is delighted to welcome two outstanding pianists to open our Fall season.
Gifted young pianist, Laura Dubin, who was featured at this yearâ€™s Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival, makes her first appearance at Immanuel. Inspired by the likes of Oscar Peterson, Fred Hersh, Charlie Parker and Bill Evans, Laura was taught Latin Jazz piano by Richard DeLaney. She led her college jazz trio to a performance at Jazz at Lincoln Center. Laura says, "Playing is how I express my love and joy of life. If I can transmit that feeling to any audience and make them feel that same love and joy through my music, thatâ€™s the greatest accomplishment of all.â€ She is delighted to be performing at Immanuel.
Our second hour features Bill Dobbins. Bill has made his mark at the Eastman School of Music by teaching some of the finest pianists in the country who have performed with big bands like Count Basie, Woody Herman, and Buddy Rich. Both as teacher and performer, Bill his highly respected around the country and treasured here in Rochester.
In our 14th season, Friday Jazz at Immanuel hosts the best of professional jazz musicians in the acoustically rich setting of Immanuel Baptist Church. Each concert is sponsored by The Coffee Connection and features interchanges between the audience and performers. A donation of $10 for adults, $5 for students and young people is requested.
The concert is from 7 to 9 p.m. at 815 Park Avenue in Rochester. Alternate side parking is suspended for the evening as a courtesy from the city of Rochester.
By: Peter R. Mitchell on September 10, 2016
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