Mon February 9, 2004
Music Notes: Young Talent in Orchard Park
The Music Director of the Orchard Park Symphony explains why he enjoys commuting weekly from his home in Fredonia.
By Bill Raffel, WBFO
Buffalo, NY – The Orchard Park Symphony spotlights young talent on Friday (2/13). Good morning. I'm Bill Raffel with Music Notes.
Some members of the Southtowns Youth Orchestra will sit along side members of the Orchard Park Symphony for works such as Mozart's Impressario Overture, Greig's Peer Gynt Suite and Tchaikovsky's Second Symphony. Plus, the winner of the orchestra's concerto competiton, Sarah Uhlman, will be featured in Kreisler's Praeludium and Allegro.
See David Rudge lead the Orchard Park Symphony on Friday (2/13) at 7:30?p.m. in the Orchard Park Middle School at the corner of South Lincoln Avenue and Route 20A.
The Buffalo Philharmonic welcomes Jazz Balladeer Peabo Bryson to Kleinhans Friday (2/13) and Saturday (2/14) nights at 8?p.m., before exploring the Wonderful World of Dr. Seuss Sunday (2/15) at 2:30?p.m. Ron Spigelman is on the podium for both.
Opera Lytes features Love Songs from Gilbert and Sullivan operettas Friday (2/13) at 7:30?p.m. in the Amherst Community Church on Washington Highway in Snyder.
Soprano Hope Marie Young gives a free half-hour recital Friday (2/13) at 12:30?p.m. in Saint Paul's Cathedral.
Classical Guitarist James Piorkowski is in recital Sunday (2/15) at 4?p.m. in the Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd on Jewett Parkway.
The Clara Quartet made up of BPO Musicians will be featured Tuesday (2/11) at 7:30?p.m. in the Montante Cultural Center of Canisius College. Violinists Amy Glidden and Cindy Lin join Pianist Jacob Greenberg Sunday (2/15) at 3:30?p.m. in the Unity Church on Delaware near Auburn.