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The Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra & The Erie County Music Educators Association Welcome the Festival Chorus on Saturday, April 13

As part of the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra’s 2018-19 Community Spotlight program, Festival Chorus of the Christian Foundation for the Performing Arts will perform prior to the Orchestra’s M&T Bank Classics Concert performance entitled The Passion of Yeshua. The Festival Chorus will take the stage at 7:15 pm in the Mary Seaton Room of Kleinhans Music Hall.
The Community Spotlight program was founded in 1995 as a way to highlight the musical talent of Western New York’s performers. All performers will receive a free ticket to the concert and their families receive discounted tickets to the BPO performance immediately following. All Community Spotlight performances are 30 minutes in length and begin 45 minutes prior to the BPO concert.
Tickets for this M&T Bank Classics Concert are on sale now. Discounts are available for children, seniors and groups as well as friends and families of the Festival Chorus. Tickets can be purchased at the Buffalo Philharmonic box office located at 3 Symphony Circle. For more information or to purchase tickets by phone call (716) 885-5000.
The Festival Chorus is part of the Christian Foundation for the Performing Arts (CFPA), a not-for-profit community choir, celebrating over 25 years of excellence in music. The members of CFPA and the Festival Chorus represent various churches, denominations, and communities in Erie and Niagara Counties. Their repertoire consists of classical, sacred, and contemporary music. The choir is committed to conveying hope, encouragement, and inspiration through their music. For more information about the Festival Chorus, please call (716) 870-5953 or visit www.wnyfestivalchorus.org.

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