an arts & cultural treasure in Buffalo, New York
Welcome to our 39th season of
Please join us for our next program:
classical chamber music concert programs
Sunday, November 23
1243 Delaware Ave.
Buffalo, NY 14209
Susan Yondt, pianist from the
Royal Conservatory in Stockholm
The program will feature:
Alexander Borodin: Selections from Petite Suite
- Nr.1 In the Monastery
- Nr.3 Mazurka
- Nr.6 Sérénade
- Nr.7 Nocturne
Peter Tchaikovsky: The Seasons, Op.37a
- A musical representation of each of the
twelve months of the year.
Friends of Vienna 2014-2015 Season Concert Schedule
September 7 –
An Afternoon of Italian Opera
September 14 – Eric Huebner, New York Philharmonic staff pianist/assistant professor of piano at UB, along with UB assistant professor of violin, Yuki Numata Resnick.
October 26 - L.A. based pianist Stephen Manes (emeritus chairman, UB Department of Music), and cellist Jonathan Golove, UB associate professor of cello.
November 23 - Susan Yondt, professor of piano at the Royal College of Music in Stockholm, Sweden offers a rare, complete performance of “The Seasons” by Tchaikovsky.
March 29 - “Cello Power” - featuring BPO associate principal cello Feng Hew, along with BPO cellists, Amelie Fradette, David Schmude and Eva Herer.
April 26 - BPO associate concertmaster Amy Glidden and Eastman School of Music pianist Alison d’Amato.
May 3 - Valerian Ruminski, Metropolitan Opera Bass-baritone.
$2 children under 12
$45 for the season
All tickets are sold at the door.
Season tickets are $45, which is a savings of 25%
over the individual admission. To avoid long lines at the first concert,
please consider purchasing your season tickets ahead of time. You may do so by making a check
payable to The Friends of Vienna and sending it in care of our Treasurer, Barbara Jezioro,
495 Starin Ave., Buffalo, NY 14216.
Update and Donations
Thank you for your patronage and support.
Our organization is proud to serve the people of Western New York by producing classical chamber music with
truly affordable ticket prices.
The enthusiasm of the artists, together with their choice of music, makes possible our interesting and beautiful Sunday afternoon concert series and we are grateful that the members of our audience appreciate them. We know we could not present the series without your support and regular attendance at our concerts. It gives meaning to everything that we are doing.
In addition to your presence, we also appreciate your financial support.
Those who donate to Friends of Vienna make it possible for others to enjoy high quality concerts at a price they can better afford, and help us to provide an expanding series of free concerts in the Buffalo Public School system.
Please consider making a special gift for our 2013-14 season.
Your tax-deductible donation will be recognized in our program notes:
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You may donate to Friends of Vienna online, through Network for Good.
If donating by mail, checks should be made payable to The Friends of Vienna and sent in care of our Treasurer, Barbara Jezioro,
495 Starin Ave., Buffalo, NY 14216.
On behalf of the entire Board of Directors of the Friends of Vienna, we thank you for your kind support.
Friends of Vienna in the Media
Article in The Buffalo News/Gusto section announcing new season -- 8/13/14
Article in The Buffalo News/Gusto section previewing our concert -- 3/13/14
Article in Artvoice,: "The Art of Song", previewing our concert -- 3/13/14
Radio interview with violist Virgnia Barron -- WNED-FM, 11/22/13
Article: "The Friends of Vienna celebrate Schumann" -- Artvoice, 11/21/13
Radio interview with Jonathan Golove and Esin Gunduz -- WNED-FM, 10/11/13
Article: "The Return of Stephen Manes" -- Artvoice, 10/10/13
"Tango For Two" -- article previewing our Sept. 8 program -- Artvoice, 8/29/13
WNED interview with Joanne Castellani and Michael Andriaccio -- 9/6/2013
Article featuring Loren Silvertrust, preview of program -- Artvoice, 4/25/13
Radio interview with Loren Silvertrust by Peter Hall -- WNED-FM, 4/25/2013
Radio interview with Kate Holzemer -- WNED-FM, 2/8/2013
Radio interview with Susan Yondt -- WNED-FM, 11/16/12
Article featuring Susan Yondt, previewing program -- Artvoice, 11/15/2012
The York Consort featured in article -- Artvoice, 10/11/2012
Radio interview with the York Consort -- WNED-FM, 10/12/2012
Radio interview with BPO clarinetist
John Fullam --
Article: "Clarinet Rareties", includes preview of program -- Artvoice,
Article: "Friends of Vienna opens season" -- Buffalo News/ Gusto, 9/14/12
Radio interview with Janz Castelo by Peter Hall - WNED-FM, 4/27/2012
Radio interview with Eric Huebner by Peter Hall -
Article on Eric Huebner: "Pianist on the Go" -- Artvoice, 3/29/12
Radio interview with Amelie Fradette by Peter Hall - WNED-FM, 3/9/2012
Article on Amelie Fradette & Susan Schuman, 3/11 preview - Artvoice, 3/8/12
Article on Emily Tworek Helenbrook, concert preview -- Artvoice, 10/13/2011
Radio interview with Emily Tworek Helenbrook -- WNED-FM, 10/12/2011
Article on The Amberg Quartet, preview of program -- Artvoice, 9/29/11
Radio interview with Susan Yondt
by Peter Hall -- WNED-FM, 9/9/11
feature article on Susan Yondt, preview of program -- Artvoice,
Radio interview with Jonathan Golove by Peter Hall -- WNED-FM, 5/19/11
Article: "Culture on the Cheap" mentions FOV --
The Buffalo News, 3/22/11
Article on the Amberg Quartet, preview of program --
Radio interview with Susan Yondt by Peter Hall -- WNED-FM, 1/28/11
Article on Susan Yondt, preview of concert --
Rockwell Brass concert previewed in feature article -- Artvoice,
feature article: "K2 at the Friends of Vienna" -- Artvoice, 11/4/2010
feature article on Karen Schmid & FOV -- Artvoice, 10/7/2010
Article on "Fall Classics" in Buffalo, includes FOV --
feature article on Emily Tworek Helenbrook -- Artvoice,
feature article on Philharmonic String Quartet & FOV --
feature article on Friends of Vienna -- The Buffalo News, 10/2/2009
feature article on Friends of Vienna -- Artvoice, 10/1/2009
Contact Friends of Vienna via email
or call 838-3730
Friends of Vienna gratefully acknowledges the financial support of Erie County during their 2013–2014 season.
"Sine arte, sine amore non est vita"