WNED Classical Live On Stage! Presents December Lights with The Docenko Brothers
Please join us in the new WNED Classical Performance Space for another great performance:
The Docenko Brothers, Greg on violin and Ivan on piano, will present A Musical Kaleidoscope of Holiday Favorites – a program celebrating Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, New Year’s Eve, and Winter! They’re sure to play one of your favorites!
The event is free but you must register to attend.
Parking is free in our gated parking lot!
Tchaikovsky: Favorite selections from The Nutcracker
Sleigh Ride from Mozart to Leroy Anderson
Christmas: Sacred, Secular, & Commercial Favorites
Hanukkah: Season Favorites
Kwanzaa: A Celebration
Happy New Year: Auld Lang Syne, Waltzes, & Polkas
Friday, December 15, 2023
Buffalo Toronto Public Media
BTPM Performance Space
140 Lower Terrace
Register to Attend
IVAN DOCENKO is a staff accompanist at Buffalo State University where he coaches students, accompanies Chamber Choir, and plays events across campus. He holds a BFA in piano performance from SUNY at Buffalo. His collaborations include The Amherst Male Glee Club, Paderewski Singing Society, Chopin Singing Society, Opera Buffs, Chromatic Club, Community Music School, Lancaster Opera House, Opera-Lytes, Niagara Regional Theater Guild, Nickel City Opera, The Riviera Theater, and Buffalo Opera Unlimited performances on WNED-PBS. With his violinist brother Gregory, the Docenko Brothers provided incidental music for WNED's documentary Polonia: Western New York's Polish American Legacy.
GREGORY DOCENKO is a violinist, performer, entertainer, composer, arranger, and teacher who specializes in string instruments. He currently teaches at Twin Village Music and performs with the Clarence Symphony, Genessee Symphony Orchestra, St. Antonio Chamber Players, Johann Strauss Orchestra of Buffalo, Richmond String Quartet, S.E.M. New Music Ensemble, and substitutes in the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra. “He can play all genres of music off the top of his head – a mix of Heifetz, Liberace, Grappelli, and Charlie Daniels!”