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Stories by Mary Kunz Goldman

By Mary Kunz Goldman » Thursday, May 21, 2015

Yale University is honoring the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra for a unique partnership the orchestra has formed with public schools on the city’s West Side.The program, called West Side... Read More

By Mary Kunz Goldman » Thursday, May 21, 2015

Founded in 2006, Bella Electric Strings has plugged in the violin and made it big business. There is currently a revolving cast of 30 musicians, all women and all classically trained, playing the... Read More

By Mary Kunz Goldman » Wednesday, May 20, 2015

A dozen singers from the Alden-Area Ecumenical Choir will be singing at Carnegie Hall for Memorial Day.The singers will be joining forces with 250 other singers from 10 other choirs from around the... Read More

By Mary Kunz Goldman » Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Why should the World’s Largest Disco have all the fun? A Disco Ball – complete with a disco ball – is just one of the concerts on the next season of “BPO Rocks,” the Buffalo Philharmonic... Read More

By Mary Kunz Goldman » Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Patriotic Pops has become a Memorial Day tradition at the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra. Stefan Sanders, the orchestra’s recently appointed associate conductor, will be doing the honors this year,... Read More

By Mary Kunz Goldman » Monday, May 18, 2015

It’s time to stake out your space on the steps.The Buffalo News Jazz at the Albright-Knox, the colorful Sunday afternoon jazz festival founded decades ago by News publisher emeritus Stanford... Read More

By Mary Kunz Goldman » Thursday, May 14, 2015

The band wore mittens. Listeners huddled in hoodies. But summer at Larkinville is up and running. Luckily, the featured attraction at the first of Larkinville’s Food Truck Tuesdays was the Joey... Read More

By Mary Kunz Goldman » Wednesday, May 13, 2015

The Harmonia Chamber Singers are celebrating innovative composers of the past and present. “Echoes of the Present” takes as its centerpiece a piece by Harmonia’s composer in residence, Rob... Read More

By Mary Kunz Goldman » Wednesday, May 13, 2015

It’s a strange thing, but when you lose someone, when you are grieving, life sometimes throws you a little curve ball that comforts you or makes you laugh. Something goofy arrives in the mail. Your... Read More

By Mary Kunz Goldman » Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Violinist Rachel Lee Priday already has a dramatic history with Buffalo. In 2001, at age 13, she was the soloist with the Orchard Park Symphony, playing Paganini’s Violin Concerto No. 1. In 2013,... Read More

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