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WXXI rebroadcasts the 2012 RPO season opener

Tomorrow, August 12 at 8 PM –
WXXI Radio rebroadcasts the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra, starting with the October 4/6 2012 opening night concert.
Arild Remmereit, Music Director. James Ehnes, violin
ELLEN TAAFFE ZWILICH Celebration Overture
HANSON Symphony No. 1, “Nordic”
GOOSSENS Tam o’Shanter, Scherzo after Robert Burns
KORNGOLD Violin Concerto

You can listen live here — Classical 91.5 Stream Players
http://interactive.wxxi.org/listen
Information about the Broadcasts here –http://interactive.wxxi.org/node/202205

Go “like” the RCO’s Facebook page!

If you haven’t already, you should go “like” the Rochester Chamber Orchestra’s page! They will have official updates and announcements.

It is located here:

https://www.facebook.com/rochesterchamberorchestra

 

Remmereit to lead RCO!

Great news!!  Arild Remmereit has been named artistic director of the Rochester Chamber Orchestra for next season. David Fetler has been the RCO music director and conductor for 50 years and will step down from those positions in the 2014-15 season, allowing Remmereit to take them over.   See the full story at  http://www.democratandchronicle.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=2013305160048

Listen to the RPO (with Music Director Arild Remmereit) on WXXI

Listen on WXXI, 91.5 FM — Monday May 13, at 8 pm. The RPO’s concert of October 18/20, 2012 will be broadcast. (Also airs 8/19/13). Grieg Piano Concerto (Jon Nakamatsu), and MAHLER Symphony No. 5. Maestro Arild Remmereit is Music Director.
Or listen online
http://interactive.wxxi.org/listen#fmstream

Text of the Judge’s Decision

RPO 618 Petition DEC

Request for new annual meeting denied

On April 11, 2013, State Supreme Court Justice Kenneth Fisher heard oral arguments in the case filed against Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra by attorney Eileen Buholtz. Ms. Buholtz’ s petition sought to set aside of the January 23rd annual meeting of Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra, Inc. because of its many violations of its by-laws and the New York Not-for-Profit Corporation Law. By decision and order dated April 15, 2013, the Hon. Kenneth Fisher denied Ms. Buholtz’s requests on all grounds.

Tomorrow is the Court Date! (1/2 hour earlier than previously announced)

Oral arguments on attorney Eileen Buholtz’s petition to set aside the January 23rd annual meeting of RPO (Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra), Inc. have been rescheduled for Thursday, April 11, at 1:30 PM, at the Hall of Justice, 99 Exchange Blvd,
Rochester 14614. (This is a change from the originally scheduled time of 2:00.)
 Parking is available in the Civic Center Garage under the Hall of Justice; the entrance to the garage is from South Fitzhugh St. Regarding the metal detector to enter the building, belts must be removed and scanned separately, so foregoing a belt will speed up the security scanning. Once inside the metal detectors, ask at the sheriff’s information desk on the first floor for Justice Fisher’s special-term courtroom. It is expected to be on the fifth floor.
 This will be the first time that Justice Fisher will consider the manner in which RPO, Inc. conducted the January 23rd meeting.

New NEW Court Date

The court date for the oral arguments regarding the RPO Annual Meeting have changed again. They are now on April 11 at 2:00PM.

NEW COURT DATE

NEW COURT DATE for oral arguments regarding the RPO annual meeting at Justice Fisher’s request.
New date: April 5, 9:45 AM

Admin assumes the location will be the same.

Reminder about the Court Date For Oral Argument Against the RPO Annual Meeting

Oral argument on Eileen Buholtz’s petition to set aside the January 23rd annual meeting of RPO, Inc. is  9:30 am on March 28, 2013 at the Hall of Justice, 99 Exchange Blvd, Rochester 14614.  Parking is available in the Civic Center Garage under the Hall of Justice; the entrance to the garage is from South Fitzhugh St.  Regarding the metal detector to enter the building, belts must be removed and scanned separately, so foregoing a belt will speed up the security scanning.  Once inside the metal detectors, ask at the sheriff’s information desk on the first floor for Justice Fisher’s special-term courtroom.  It is expected to be on the fifth floor.  This will be the first time that Justice Fisher will consider the manner in which RPO, Inc. conducted the January 23rd meeting. 

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