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This calendar reflects events presented by The Hochstein School as well as events by outside organizations.
BLUE: Hochstein student performances
GREEN: Live from Hochstein
YELLOW: Spotlight on Faculty
PURPLE: Hochstein at High Falls
GRAY: Special events/holidays
ORANGE: Rental events.
Location: Granite Mills Park near the Pont de Rennes Bridge, 104 Platt Street, Rochester. Click here for a map.
Attendees are encouraged to bring their own seating and lunch. Each performance will run approximately 40 minutes.
The Hochstein at High Falls concert series will be following the CDC guidelines for COVID protocols. Since things are still changing on that front, more detailed guidelines will be posted on the Hochstein website closer to the concert date.
Together since 1995, Mambo Kings are enjoying great success as Upstate New York’s foremost Latin jazz ensemble, and have rapidly earned a national reputation for their explosive blend of Afro-Cuban rhythms and jazz improvisation. They have appeared in Pops concerts with the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra, as well as orchestras in Baltimore, Vancouver, Detroit, Dallas, Naples (FL), and Portland (OR), The band consists of Mambo Kings’ musical director and pianist Richard DeLaney, percussionist Freddy Colón, saxophonist John Viavattine, bassist Hector Diaz, and percussionist Tony Padilla. www.mambokingdom.com
Hochstein at High Falls concerts are presented by High Falls Business Association, The Hochstein School, and WXXI.
Hochstein at High Falls concerts are made possible by a number of local organizations, including Brandtatorship, The Cabot Group, LaBella Associates, LiveTiles, LMT Technology Solutions, Monroe Community College, SEI Design Group, Stantec, and The Zoghlin Group. (Sponsor list as of July 15, 2021)
Hochstein at High Falls