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Fine Arts Report for 3/23/14 
Sunday, March 23, 2014, 08:30am - 11:00pm



2:30 pm  The Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra with conductor JoAnn Falletta presents Mahler’s Fourth featuring vocalist Heidi Grant Murphy at Kleinhans Music Hall on Symphony Circle in Buffalo. 


2:30 pm  The Buffalo Suzuki Strings present a String Spring Concert feature the music of von Weber, Dvořák  and others at The Center for the Arts [rm. 103] on UB’s Amherst campus. 


2:30 pm  The University of Toronto’s Faculty of Music presents Benjamin Britten’s Albert Herring at the MacMillan Theatre in the Edward Johnson Building on Queen’s Park in Toronto. 


3:00 pm  The Amherst Chamber Orchestra presents Romantically Inclined  featuring the music of Mendelssohn, Chopin and Schumann at the North Presbyterian Church on Delaware Avenue in Williamsville.


4:00 pm  The Baroque Chamber Ensemble presents Publick Music at Westminster Presbyterian Church on Delaware Avenue in Buffalo. 




2:00 pm  The National Ballet of Canada presents Pushkin’s Onegin at The Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts on Queens Street West in Toronto. 




2:00 pm  RED [presented by MusicalFare Theatre] at 710 Main Street [formerly The Studio Arena] in downtown Buffalo. 


2:00  pm  Good People at the Kavinoky Theatre on Porter Avenue in Buffalo. 


2:00 pm  An Iliad at Road Less Traveled Theater in the Market Arcade Film & Arts Centre on Main Street in downtown Buffalo. 


2:00 pm  Shakespeare’s The Comedy of Errors [presented by Niagara University Theatre] at The Leary Theatre on the Niagara University campus on Lewiston Road in Lewiston. 


2:00 pm  Stones in His Pockets [presented by the Irish Classical Theatre Company] at Andrews Theatre on Main Street in downtown Buffalo. 


2:00 pm  The Who’s Tommy at MusicalFare Theatre on Main Street in Amherst. 


2:00 pm  Robin Hood [presented by Theatre of Youth] at Allendale Theatre on Allen Street in Buffalo.


2:30 pm  Nunsense II: The Second Coming at The Lancaster Opera House on Central Avenue in Lancaster. 


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