We are hiring an Executive Director!

April 3, 2022

The BPC is searching for a new Executive Director to serve as our administrative leader.

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We're Hiring! Join the BPC Team!

July 20, 2021

The BPC is hiring a part-time Chorus Operations Assistant.

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The Buffalo Philharmonic Chorus Wins Its First Grammy!

March 25, 2021

The Buffalo Philharmonic Chorus (BPC), under the musical direction of Adam Luebke, is pleased to announce it is the proud recipient of its FIRST-EVER GRAMMY AWARD for BEST CHORAL PERFORMANCE at this year’s 63rd Annual Grammy Awards.  The chorus, along with director Adam Luebke, received the award for their recording of Richard Danielpour’s ‘The Passion of Yeshua.’  The recording features the BPC, prepared by Adam Luebke; the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Grammy Award winner, JoAnn Falletta; and the UCLA Chamber singers, prepared by James K. Bass.

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Buffalo Philharmonic Chorus hosts first 'beer choir' event

June 4, 2019

The idea is simple. People sing while drinking beer, making things a lot more fun, and encouraging people to belt out those notes.

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BPO's 'Carmen in Concert' concludes season in style

June 2, 2019

The BPO Chorus, led by Adam Luebke, capably handled the numerous crowd roles throughout – cigarette girls, soldiers, bullfight crowds and even a convincing mob of children.

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BPO performs staples, as well as new wrinkles in 'JoAnn's Classical Christmas'

December 7, 2018

Every Christmas season finds chestnuts roasting by an open fire and being played in concert. This time JoAnn Falletta, along with the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra and Chorus, tossed a slight wrinkle into proceedings and it helped differentiate it from other seasonal offerings they’ve performed in the past.

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Opera star gets BPO season off to a joyous start

September 16, 2018

The singers of the Buffalo Philharmonic Chorus, big and strong, threw themselves into the Ode to Joy with gusto. Elation filled the hall. Falletta, throwing herself literally into the music, went airborne once or twice. Seeing her fling her arms wide at the word "Elysium," all you could think was, Freude. Joy! The applause went on long after the music ended.

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