Whether you like dressing in vintage style or you're in charge of costuming for a theater company, you may find it worth your while to dash up to Toronto, tomorrow from 1-6 p.m. They're holding a Vintage Fashion Bazaar. It's open to the general public.
On sale will be men's and women's vintage clothing, shoes and accessories. Admission to the sale costs $5 in Canadian funds. Please bring your own shopping bags.
The location is 294 College St., on the second floor. Directly under it is The Savannah Room. The nearest intersection is Spadina St.
Check out their site at www.studio.to.
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Composer Donald Bohlen has won many fans, from his many years on the music faculty of the State University at Fredonia.
He has recently created a web site, where it's possible to stay current with what is happening in his life and career, now that he has retired from the university. The web address is www.donaldbohlen.com. Give it a look, if you can, it's most impressive.
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Speaking yet again of Fredonia, fans of jazz and of percussion and of ''Saturday Night Live'' will want to journey to the university's Rosch Recital Hall, which is located inside Mason Hall, on Monday evening, at 8 p.m.
Shawn Pelton, who is the drummer for NBC's Saturday evening program of satire and slapstick, will be performing. There is no admission9 charge.
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World-renowned pianist Andre Watts will be the headliner with the Buffalo Philharmonic, tonight at 8 p.m., for a program which features Beethoven's ''Piano Concerto No. 5 (Emperor).'' Hear it at Kleinhans Music Hall, in Buffalo.
Also on the program will be Prokofiev's ''Romeo and Juliet,'' and ''Prayer for Spring,'' by contemporary Buffalo composer Chris Rogerson.
The concert is dedicated to the recently-deceased Lukas Foss, who was the orchestra's musical director, several years ago. JoAnn Falletta will conduct.
Tickets start at $30. Get them at the door, or by phoning 885-5000 or by seeking out the orchestra's web site: www.bpo.org.
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Lovers of Celtic music will want to make arrangements soon to hear the all-male vocal group Celtic Thunder, when they perform Mar. 21 at Shea's Performing Arts Center, in downtown Buffalo. The singers perform in Celtic style, everything from popular Elvis covers to a rousing version of the Irish Rugby Football Anthem.
Tickets went on sale Feb. 13, and are expected to sell out= The performance will begin at 7:30 p.m. Purchase tickets in person at the Shea's box office or phone 852-5000. Tickets also may be purchased at www.sheas.org or in person at any Ticketmaster outlet.
Shea's is located on Main St., between Tupper and Chippewa Sts., in the Downtown Buffalo Theater District.
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Feeling closed in? Suffering from cabin fever? Want to do something completely avant guard and terribly arty?
From 8 p.m. to 2 a.m. tonight, Buffalo's own Squeaky Wheel is inviting you to enjoy two floors of continuous live music, dancing, cutting edge art installations, performance art, a silent art auction, a video screening room, and more.
The event is a fund raiser and a party. They call it ''Peepshow: A Secret Worth Keeping.'' It takes place at DNIPRO, Buffalo's beautiful Ukranian Culture Center, at 562 Genesee St. The event will be created by more than 30 artists and arts groups from New York City, Pittsburgh, Rochester, Columbus, Alfred, and of course, Buffalo.
Tickets are $12 if you can arrange to buy them in advance, or $15 at the door. By advance tickets at Talking Leaves, Rust Belt Books, or by computer at www.squeaky.org.