an arts & cultural treasure in Buffalo, New York
Our 40th season is here!
Friends Of Vienna Present:
The Buffalo Bach Project
Sunday, April 24 , 2016 at 3:30PM
Maria Lindsey, soprano
Megan Kyle, oboe & English horn
Katie Weissman, cello
Garrett Martin, piano & harpsichord
J. S. Bach: Arias from Cantatas No. 1, 16, 89, 162
Cyril Scott: Idyllic Fantasy for soprano, oboe and cello
Kai Nieminen: In der Winterzeit for oboe, cello and piano
John Adams: "This is Prophetic" from Nixon in China
Sunday, April 24 , 2016 at 3:30PM
Unity Church, 1243 Delaware Avenue at Auburn
Buffalo, NY 14209
Admission: $10, Students $5
Tickets available at the door
Please visit: www.friendsofvienna.org
Friends of Vienna 2015-2016 Season Concert Schedule:
September 13 – Eastman School Of Music soprano Emily Helenbrook and Eastman School of Music pianist Kurt Galván will perform arias and songs by Hugo Wolf, Erik Satie, Alban Berg and Francis Poulenc, as well as works by other composers.
October 11 – Jonathan Golove, UB associate professor of cello, Yuki Numata Resnick, UB assistant professor of violin and vocalist Esin Gündüz will offer works by J.S.Bach, Arthur Honegger and George Antheil with the world premiere of a work by Esin Gündüz.
November 22 – Susan Yondt, professor of piano at the Royal Academy of Music in Stockholm, Sweden, will be featured in an all Schubert piano recital.
March 13 – John Fullam, BPO principal clarinetist, Robert Hausmann, BPO cellist and Nancy Townsend, UB pianist.
April 10 – Candian mezzo-soprano Lynne McMurty and Eastman School of Music pianist Alison d' Amato will perform songs and lieder by American composer Virgil Thomson, Russian composer Alexander Gretchaninov and 19th century German composers.
April 24 – The Buffalo Bach Project featuring soprano Maria Lindsey, oboist Megan Kyle, cellist Katie Weissman and friends in a concert dedicated to and inspired by J.S. Bach.
$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, Ms. Emmie O'Leary, 104 Parkwood Ave. , Kenmore, NY 14217.
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 2015-16 season. Your tax-deductible donation will be recognized in our program notes:
Become a Friend: donation of $20 and above
Become a Good Friend: donation of $50 and above
Become a Best Friend: donation of $100 and above
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, Ms. Emmie O'Leary, 104 Parkwood Ave. , Kenmore, NY 14217.
On behalf of the entire Board of Directors of the Friends of Vienna, we thank you for your kind support.
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The Friends of Vienna gratefully acknowledge the support of
Give For Greatness and Arts Services Initiative.
and the financial support of Erie County
during their 2013–2014 season.
"Sine arte, sine amore non est vita"