Tango with boléo

March 2, 2017 Staff 0

Moshe Shulman and his friends bring their heat to The Friends of Vienna BY JAN JEZIORO According to Wikipedia, in tango dancing a boléo is: […]

Amadeus at the BPO

January 19, 2017 Chitra Selvaraj 0

The Irish Classical Theatre Company presents Amadeus at Kleinhans BY JAN JEZIORO Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra music director JoAnn Falletta is excited about this weekend’s collaborative […]

Catch the Trout Quintet

November 3, 2016 Jamie Moses 0

The Friends of Vienna present an all-Schubert program BY JAN JEZIORO The Friends of Vienna continue celebrating their 40th Anniversary Season on Sunday November 6 […]


October 13, 2016 Jamie Moses 0

UB Center for the Arts Fri Oct 14th 7pm $33.50/$14.50 Students Recognized as one of the “25 for the future” by the jazz bible Downbeat […]

September Music at UB

September 11, 2016 Jamie Moses 0

The UB Department of Music jumpstarts the fall classical season by Jan Jezioro Jeffrey Stadelman, Professor of Composition and Chairman of the University at Buffalo’s […]


August 26, 2016 Jamie Moses 0

  THU AUG 25  CLAYPOOL LENNON DELIRIUM Canalside Thurs August 25th 6pm • Free Primus’ Les Claypool and Sean Lennon (son of John and Yoko) […]


August 25, 2016 Artvoice 0

Righteous Babe Records and singer/songwriter/activist Ani DiFranco is announce the inaugural festival “Babefest,” a festival of social activism, comedy and music. Ani Di Franco is […]

BPO has a Big July

June 30, 2016 Artvoice 0

By Jan Jezioro The BPO ended its very successful Classics Concert Series in Kleinhans Music Hall a few weeks ago with a visually thrilling, multi-media […]

Bob Dylan at Artpark?

June 23, 2016 Artvoice 1

What could you possibly have better to do?  By Mike Hudson Bob Dylan doesn’t have to tour, he doesn’t have to play shows. He’s got […]

Concerts You Shouldn’t Miss

June 9, 2016 Artvoice 0

Buffalo News music editor Jeff Miers recently published a must-see concert list that we thought was right on. We’d like to second the nominations and reaffirm his picks. These should all be great shows. So if you have a limited summer concert budget, consider these a best bet for your bucks.

BPO music director JoAnn Falletta

Scaling The Spectacular Heights Richard Strauss’ Alpine Symphony Receives Its BPO Premiere

June 2, 2016 Artvoice 0

Richard Strauss completed his final tone poem, Ein Alpensinfonie, Op. 64 “An Alpine Symphony”, in 1915. Somewhat surprisingly, the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra’s performance of “An Alpine Symphony”, under the baton of its music director JoAnn Falletta, will be an orchestra premiere on its season finale concerts on Saturday June 4 at 8pm and Sunday June 5 at 2:30pm.

Harmonia Chamber Singers Celebrate 10th Anniversary

May 19, 2016 Artvoice 0

In keeping with the group’s mission of educational outreach, Harmonia will host Sametz for a brief residency, as he leads a choral workshop on Friday May 20, with singers from Niagara Falls and Sweet Home High Schools, which will culminate with a 7pm preview concert at Historic Holy Trinity, 1419 Falls Street in Niagara Falls.

A Musical Feast – “À la française”

May 12, 2016 Artvoice 0

The final concert in this season’s “A Musical Feast” series will take place in the Tower Auditorium of the Burchfield Penny Art Center on the Elmwood side of the Buffalo State College Campus on Friday May 13 at 8pm.

Mozart & Mahler 5th

May 5, 2016 Artvoice 0

“Mozart was like a god to Mahler” says BPO music director JoAnn Falletta. “When you hear the music of Mozart and Mahler, it’s almost like listening to the beginning and the end of a musical tradition that was truly Viennese.

Composer Amy Williams Invents Cineshape

April 28, 2016 Artvoice 0

Amy Williams, a Buffalo native and video artist Aaron Henderson, two acclaimed Pittsburgh-based artists, have been working for over a year on this collaboration, which is the culminating project for Williams’ year as a prestigious Guggenheim Fellow.

Bach to the Future

April 21, 2016 Artvoice 0

The young and innovative musicians of the Buffalo Bach Project will make their Friends of Vienna debut this Sunday at 3:30pm in the Unity Church, 1243 Delaware Avenue, in the final concert of the FOV’s current season. Soprano Maria Lindsey, oboist and French horn player Megan Kyle, cellist Katie Weissman and harpsichordist and pianist Garrett Martin, will present arias from six different Bach cantatas, interspersed with several intriguing modern compositions, as the group’s spokeswoman, Megan Kyle, explains.