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CLASSICAL | 'Superb String Soloists' 

Hochstein School of Music and Dance will launch its 2018 "Live from Hochstein" concert series with a trio of string players from the Eastman School of Music. Hosted by Mona Seghatoleslami of WXXI Classical 91.5, "Live from Hochstein" is the longest-running live broadcast concert series in Western New York. The 'Superb String Soloists from Eastman' program features Sooah Jung on violin, Noémie Raymond-Friset on cello, and Sungmin Lee on guitar performing selections by Prokofiev, Kreisler, and Piazzolla.  "Superb String Soloists from Eastman" offers a classical music experience in an intimate, live setting. The "Live from Hochstein" series continues every Wednesday, 12:10 p.m. to 12:50 p.m., through May 16 (except for April 4), featuring a variety of programs like "Melodious Mallets" on March 28; early music group Publick Musick on April 25; the Antara Winds ensemble on May 2; and many more.

"Superb String Soloists from Eastman" takes place Wednesday, March 21, at Hochstein Performance Hall, 50 North Plymouth Avenue (or tune in live to WXXI Classical 91.5 / 90.3 FM). 12:10 p.m. Free. hochstein.org; classical915.org.

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