Tag - Jan Jezioro


Mozart & Mahler 5th

“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...


Bach to the Future

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...


Fortepiano to the Fore

Karen Schmid plays Haydn, Mozart and Beethoven on the fortepiano By Jan Jezioro On Saturday April 16 at 3pm, Karen Schmid, an Oberlin Conservatory and Julliard...


The Art of Song

Just how many years ago did the vibrant, and long-standing traditions of the art song recital begin to slip towards its current, almost invisible status on the...


War and Peace

BPO program highlights works from the 1930’s relevant to today By Jan Jezioro Associate BPO conductor Stefan Sanders will be on the podium at Kleinhans...


The Return of Michael Ludwig

Glenn Cortese will be on two different podiums this weekend, when he leads his Western New York Chamber Orchestra in a pair of concerts featuring the music of...


Agamemnon Must Die

Aeschylus wrote his play Agamemnon more than 2400 years ago, and the powerful tragedy still resonates strongly, both with modern audiences and contemporary...


From Mozart to Strauss

This weekend, Buffalo Philharmonic music director JoAnn Falletta will be on the podium in Kleinhans this Saturday at 8:30pm, and on Sunday at 2:30pm for a BPO...


Musical Metamorphosis

The Friends of Vienna resumes its long-running chamber music concert series on Sunday, March 13 at 3:30pm in the Unity Church at 1243 Delaware in Buffalo. BPO...


Czech Central

This weekend, Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra music director JoAnn Falletta will again be on the podium, to conduct an almost all-Czech program of music, with...

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