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Buffalo Choral Arts Society, WNY
Marcia A. Giambrone - Music Director

Most choruses are made up of members who love to sing.
Buffalo Choral Arts Society is made up of members who love to sing together.
Join us for a concert or two and experience the difference for yourself.
For close to fifty years, our audiences have reveled in our musical warmth in venues ranging from concert halls to grand cathedrals and basilicas, and from theaters to town parks. Whether it be our trademark blend of sacred and secular holiday music in December, our celebration of classic choral literature in March, or our tribute to all things Pop and Broadway in the Spring.
Without a doubt, Buffalo Choral Arts Society is the chorus for people who love choruses.
We strive to bring our sound to all corners of our region...... and beyond.
Truly we are Western New York's Choral Ambassadors, having performed in the United Kingdom, France, Austria, Spain, the Czech Republic, Ireland, Canada, and last but not least, in our own nation's Capital.  
No longer Buffalo's best kept secret, we enjoyed sellout audiences last season at Christmas and again in the Spring.
We invite you now to explore our website and get to know one of the cultural treasures of Western New York on a personal level.

Contact BCAS

Box Office Phone: 716-775-SONG (7664)
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Send Us Mail:
PO Box 281 
Amherst, NY. 14226

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50 Years Ago This Month...

50 years ago this month, the Stones' "I Can't Get No Satisfaction" ruled the Billboard charts.  Hurricane Betsy roared ashore in New Orleans, Louisiana.  Nicknamed "Billion Dollar Betsy", the storm would hold the title of most costly and destructive in Louisiana history for 40 years.  The cartoon "Tom and Jerry" made its debut on CBS, and the actor Charlie Sheen was born.  I myself had just celebrated my first birthday one month earlier.