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A symphonic fairy tale introducing the instruments of the orchestra as they portray each character in the thrilling story of Peter and his adventures to capture the wolf. The BPO narration will include a Spanish bilingual translation for Pedro y el Lobo, and additional Hispanic presentations.Find out more »
Formerly Rachmaninoff & Kodály
The most famous of English compositions, Elgar’s always witty and radiant Enigma Variations, complements a Kodály idyll for chamber orchestra, and the haunting Hebraic Rhapsody for Cello, Schelomo, titled after the Hebrew name for Solomon and the lessons of life he pondered.Find out more »
Formerly Enigma Variations
Rachmaninoff’s brilliant Symphonic Dances anchors this not-to-be-missed program featuring Kodály's symphonic nostalgia for his Eastern European homeland, and composer David Ludwig’s celebratory concerto about the ritual of marriage written for his new wife, violinist Bella Hristova.Find out more »
Join us for a musicale luncheon to fund Young Musician Scholarships, sponsored by the Friends of the BPO! The luncheon will…Find out more »
Selections by Renée Fleming highlight the gala season finale, centered around four songs of a five-song cycle Richard Strauss never completed at the end of his illustrious life. The reflective farewell is touching and profound, enhanced by the sublime performance of Ms. Fleming. The program opens with a world premiere composed as a gift for Kleinhans Music Hall and your BPO, celebrating the city of Buffalo.Find out more »