Celebrating 125 years, the Polish Singers Alliance of America, the oldest Polish-American cultural organization, invites you to learn of our history through the purchase of: The Polish Singers Alliance of America 1888-1998: Choral Patriotism by Dr. Stanislaus A. Blejwas. Author and historian, Dr. Blejwas, masterfully crafts a thorough history of the Polish Singers Alliance and its efforts to encourage a Polish consciousness among the immigrant population in America through music, amidst the ever-changing political landscape of the Polish Fatherland and the varied demographics of Polonia. Cost is $25 incl. shipping and handling. Send check to PSAA c/o Fran Cirbus, 4741 Brentwood Drive, Williamsville, NY 14221.
IN THE SPOTLIGHT AT KLEINHANS: The red jackets and voices of the Chopin Singing Society filled the Mary Seaton Room at Kleinhans Music Hall in Buffalo on Feb. 8, 2020 for “A Community Spotlight pre-Concert.” The program included songs by Eugeniusz Walkiewicz, Stanislaw Moniuszko, Alfred Schutz and Zygmunt Karasinski. The singers were under the direction of Dr. Thomas Witakowski and the program featured a solo of Czerwone Maki (Red Poppies) by Andrew Kowtalo. Photo by Peter Sloane - courtesy of ampoleagle.com.