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Is getting ready to perform Prokofiev's ballet "Romeo & Juliet" (Friday April 4th at 7:30pm at Shea's) anything like getting ready to be on "Dancing with the Stars?"  Can ballet dancers do "The Electric Slide?"  And what do ballet dancers eat, anyway?  WNED's Peter Hall wanted to know more, and some of the answers from dancer Heidi Halt of Neglia Ballet Artists might surprise you, too.

Thursday, 27 March 2014 19:47

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More than 22 percent of the city of Buffalo is water and the region lies within the largest fresh water system in the world. The abundance of fresh water is one of Western New York’s greatest resources.  WNED ǀ WBFO Buffalo-Toronto is introducing a multimedia project, If Our Water Could Talk, which will go in-depth into our area’s most valuable resource – water.

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  • Wednesday, 02 April 2014 20:12 WNED ǀ WBFO to Begin Multifaceted Initiative Focusing on Area Waterways
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Who is your "guitar hero?" Maybe classical guitarist Jason Vieaux or rock guitarist Erik Clapton.  They themselves would be astounded by what Chinese born Pipa artist Wu Man can do with just ten fingers and four strings.  You’ll be amazed too at this weekend’s BPO concerts.  WNED’s Peter Hall found out more.

Thursday, 27 March 2014 12:49

Queen City Waterfront

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A few centuries back, plays had what we call “incidental music” which served the same function that movie music plays in cinema.  In the current run of the play “RED” at “seven-ten Main” abstract expressionist painter Mark Rothko listens to a lot of classical music. WNED’s Peter Hall found out why.