Buffalo Jazz Collective Inaugural Concert Series At The Buffalo History Museum – “Jazz on 2nd Sundays”

Beginning October, Second Sunday Concert Series Celebrating The Rich Jazz Heritage Of Western New York

An Invite  from the Buffalo History Museum

Posted September 30th, 2016 on Niagara At Large

What: The Buffalo Jazz Collective (BJC), the premier not-for-profit jazz organization in Western New York launches their inaugural concert series “Jazz on 2nd Sundays” this fall at The Buffalo History Museum (TBHM).

The Buffalo History Museum, overlooking the ponds of Delaware Park in Buffalo, New York

The Buffalo History Museum, overlooking the ponds of Delaware Park in Buffalo, New York

Beginning in October, concerts will be held on the second Sunday of each month at 2:30 pm with pre-concert talks at 2 pm.

Please visit www.buffalojazzcollective.com for complete details and ticket information.

“Jazz on 2nd Sundays” includes performances by Buffalo jazz legends and special guests such as George Caldwell, Bobby Militello, Don Menza, and Sam Noto.

For the first concert October 9th , Buffalo Jazz Collective Artistic Directors will pay tribute to the music of famed American Songbook composer, Harold Arlen—a native of Buffalo, NY.  Local jazz historian and author, Professor Chuck Mancuso will give a special pre-concert talk on Arlen’s life and music.  See complete line-up.

When:             Sundays, 2:00 pm Pre-concert talk, 2:30 pm Concert October 9, November 13, December 11; and February 12, March 12, and April 9.

Where:           Buffalo History Mus 1 Museum Ct., Buffalo, NY 14216

Who:               Artistic Directors

  •                         Mark Filsinger
  •                         Bobby Militello
  •                         George Caldwell
  •                         John Hasselback, Jr.

More:             The Buffalo Jazz Collective is a community of jazz musicians and advocates dedicated to preserving, celebrating, and advancing the rich jazz heritage of Western New York.

Through performance, education, and media, we pay tribute to our city’s musical past and ensure jazz remains at the core of our cultural landscape.

The Buffalo History Museum | Mission Statement   Experiencing history with you, by remembering, discovering, and sharing our stories; sparking emotional and social connections within our unique community.

The Buffalo History Museum is a private not-for-profit organization tax exempt under Sec. 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. It receives operating support from the County of Erie, the City of Buffalo, the New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA, a state agency), and from members and friends. The Buffalo History Museum is accredited by the American Alliance of Museums.

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