Click the link above for our online reservation system for all First Niagara Music for Youth Concerts. You can also call (716) 242-7822 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to request reservations.
BPO youth concert curriculum for the 2013-14 season is available. Click on the link above.
Each year, the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra, in collaboration with BOCES of Western New York, celebrates the contributions and achievements of Western New York’s music educators, administrators and school music programs. Distinguished awards such as the BPO/ECMEA Awards for Excellence in Music Education and the Friends of the BPO’s Young Musicians Scholarships are presented at an evening of celebration at Kleinhans Music Hall. For more information, click on the link above.
BPO musicians bring arts learning into your classroom. Residencies available range from single visits to open-ended partnerships and align with NYS Common Core Learning Standards. Click the link above.
For three years, Time Warner Cable has presented a live streaming broadcast of a BPO youth concert, into schools across Western New York. For details, click on the link above.
Druminar is a new twist on the concept of team-building and leadership development using drum circles. BPO Principal Percussionist Mark Hodges employs an interactive, hands-on approach to help participants gain personal insights and group connections, leading to personal and organizational growth.
Regardless of the size, age, or composition of your group, drum circles channel the power of music and percussion to bring people from large corporations, small businesses, or students of any age together as a team. No prior musical experience is required to participate! For more information, click on the link above.
All BPO education concerts are developed with teachers, curriculum specialists, and music educators to ensure their relevance to current curriculum and alignment with New York State Education Standards. Click on the title above for archived youth concert materials.