Echoes of '64

Echoes of '64

Streaming Live

During a three-day period from July 24-26, 1964 racial tensions exploded in Rochester. More than fifty years later, many questions of prejudice and inequality have gone unanswered and the scars are readily apparent in Paolo Pellegrin’s 2012 photographs of the inner city. Pellegrin’s images are added to historic news coverage and accompanied by music of Duke Ellington (who visited the Eastman School on August 6, only days after the unrest) and J.S. Bach.

  • Length: 45 Minutes
  • Tickets: Required
  • Access Type: Streaming Live
  • Platform: YouTube
  • Genre: Music
  • Production Company: TableTopOpera
  • Website: Visit

Please note, like other fringe festivals around the world this year, our Virtual Fringe features open-access online shows that are not curated by Rochester Fringe. We strive to be an open platform, as performing artists have limited options during this unusual time. Show applications were reviewed to ensure appropriateness and alignment with Fringe's ideals of openness and inclusion.

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