M&T’s “Holiday Music Under the Dome” Concert Series

M&T Bank
Celebrates 29th Annual ‘Holiday Music Under the Dome’ at
Fountain Plaza Branch in Downtown Buffalo

BUFFALO, N.Y.— M&T Bank heralds in the holiday season with its 29th annual
“Holiday Music Under the Dome” concert series, beginning Monday, Dec. 2 at noon
at M&T’s Fountain Plaza branch in downtown Buffalo.

Seasonal performances by local high school students will occur every weekday at
noon beginning on Monday, Dec. 2 through Friday, Dec. 13. On Saturday, Dec. 14
at 1 p.m., M&T Bank welcomes the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra. All of the
concerts are free and open to the public.

“The concert series has become a holiday season favorite in downtown Buffalo,
providing local artists a stage to perform on before a diverse audience while
investing in downtown Buffalo’s community life,” said M&T Bank Western New
York Regional President Jeff Wellington. “Our lineup showcases the
extraordinary talent of young people throughout our region, and concludes with
an always-remarkable performance by the Grammy Award-winning Buffalo
Philharmonic Orchestra. We hope downtown residents and visitors will join us
for another great series under the beauty of the golden dome.”

The full concert schedule includes:
Monday, December 2 — Mount Mercy “Pure Magic” Show Choir
Tuesday, December 3 — Canisius High School Performing Ensembles
Wednesday, December 4 — WNY Maritime Charter School / St. Mary’s School for the
Deaf Sign Chorus
Thursday, December 5 — Vox Caeciliae Immaculata Academy
Friday, December 6 — Maryvale High School Chorale
Monday, December 9 — Iroquois High School Choirs
Tuesday, December 10 — Bishop Timon / St. Jude Men’s Chorus
Wednesday, December 11 — St. Francis High School Schola Cantorum
Thursday, December 12 — The Arts Academy Choir (Buffalo Academy for the Visual
& Performing Arts)
Friday, December 13 — St. Joseph’s Collegiate Institute Swing Choir
Saturday, December 14 (from 1-2 p.m.) — Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra Holiday
About M&T Bank

M&T Bank was founded in Buffalo, New York in 1856, and is one of the top 20
independent commercial bank holding companies in the U.S., with $84 billion in
assets and more than 725 branch offices in New York, Pennsylvania, Maryland,
Delaware, Virginia, West Virginia and the District of Columbia.

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