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Kleinhans Music Hall
3 Symphony Circle
Buffalo, NY 14201
(716) 885-5000

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Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra

As Buffalo’s cultural ambassador, the Grammy Award-winning Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra under the leadership of music director JoAnn Falletta presents more than 120 Classics, Pops and Youth Concerts each year and reaches over 40,000 students (K-12) across all eight counties of Western New York. Since 1940, the orchestra’s permanent home has been Kleinhans Music Hall, a National Historic Site with an international reputation as one of the finest concert halls in the United States.

The BPO has toured widely across the United States and Canada including the Florida Friends Tour with JoAnn Falletta in March 2010, the first multi-city tour since the 1988 European tour.

During the tenure of current music director JoAnn Falletta, the BPO has rekindled its distinguished history of NPR broadcasts and recordings, including the release of 36 new CDs of a highly diverse repertoire on the NAXOS and Beau Fleuve labels. The Philharmonic’s Naxos recording of composer John Corigliano’s “Mr. Tambourine Man: Seven Poems of Bob Dylan,” featuring soprano Hila Plitmann, won Grammys in two categories of the three for which it was nominated: Classical Vocal Performance and Classical Contemporary Composition.

For more information about the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra, please visit their website.

Events

The Music of Prince

Date
April 28
Time
8:00 pm

The incomparable music of Prince comes to Kleinhans when Marshall Charloff from Purple Xperience fronts the BPO in this Windborne Music event.  Add a full rock band, and rock lighting, and you have an unforgettable evening.

Arrival From Sweden – The Music of ABBA

Date
April 29
Time
8:00 pm

One of the world's most popular ABBA show bands joins the BPO for what has been called the absolute best and most authentic ABBA show touring today. Stefan Sanders conducts.  

Superb Sibelius

Date
May 13
Time
8:00 pm

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Sibelius’ grand Symphony No. 2 forms the centerpiece of this program, as British pianist Mark Bebbington brings the work of often-overlooked English composer John Ireland to Kleinhans.

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  • Handicap Access