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The BPO has released 45 recordings on their own label, Beau Fleuve, and on the international classical music label Naxos. Recent releases include a disc for children titled “Carnivals and Fairytales” and featuring narration by JoAnn Falletta and Robby Takac of the Goo Goo Dolls; the first holiday disc in a decade titled “Sounds of the Season;” and a disc of commissioned works titled “Built For Buffalo.” Explore the BPO’s discography and take a little bit of their music with you wherever you go. Click here to explore their discography.

Gift Certificates

Gift certificates are available for purchase in any amount you choose, and can be put towards concert tickets or recordings. They’re the perfect gift for someone who has everything! Click here to purchase.

Amazon Smile

You can help the BPO when you shop at Log into your Amazon account at, and choose the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra Inc. as your charity. Every time you shop with Amazon, 0.5 percent of your purchase will be donated to the BPO.

BPO Boutique

Visit the BPO gift shop before all BPO concerts and during intermission. With locations on the main floor and balcony level of Kleinhans, the shop has the perfect gift for the music lover in your life, including jewelry, mugs, clever musical attire and the immensely popular BPO fleece jackets. All proceeds benefit the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra.

A Literary Fundraiser

Former BPO Board Chair Ed Polokoff has fought in the Pacific Theater during World War II, retired from Merrill Lynch after a legendary 50-year career, and served as a pillar of his community. Now, he has written his memoirs. “Mother Merrill is Dead (and other things I witnessed but never saw coming)” tells the tale of his eventful life and is available in exchange for a donation of any amount to the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra. “Polokoff writes well, and for that—and his engaging humanity—the collection is to be recommended,” said the Kirkus Review of the book. Contact Katie Bates at or (716) 242-7828 to get your copy. Read the Kirkus Review of the book.