Coming soon: two new shows at the West Falls Center for the Arts not to be missed

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Photo courtesy of West Falls Center for the Arts

Here in Western New York, we pride ourselves on having a thriving arts and entertainment scene. And if you’re a music lover whose ideal evening is to catch a concert or musical performance at a local venue, keep reading.

Located in West Falls, New York, the West Falls Arts Center is a local arts venue and organization dedicated to bringing visual, culinary, performing, and healing arts to their rural community.


Not only do they help keep the arts accessible to everyone, but the West Falls Arts Center also helps encourage collaboration and growth between amateur and professional artists to foster creativity, education and appreciation of the arts for young people. years to come.

But that’s not all the West Falls Arts Center has to offer. They’re kicking off the new year with two exciting events, which include musical performances by nationally acclaimed singers.

Here’s everything you need to know about these two upcoming events:

Jay Dref

Friday February 11 at 7 p.m.

Born and raised in Western New York, Jay Dref is a renowned performer and Julliard graduate who has performed at numerous venues across North America, including Lincoln Center, Burchfield Penney Art Center, Chautauqua Institution, Alice Tully Hall, the Peter Jay Sharp Theatre, and more.

Dref has been a featured soloist with the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra and the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra in addition to performing in musical theater productions across the country. Dref is also featured regularly on television and radio on ABC Channel 7, the TCT Network, The Celebrity Page, VH1, and more.

Dref is fresh off a tour where he had the incredible honor and tremendous opportunity to perform solo and share the stage with Sarah Brightman as a duo. Dref will now be joined by the voice of WNY’s Claire Weisenburger, and both will be accompanied by Ken Kaufman, a member of the Buffalo Music Hall of Fame and the region’s most prolific composer. It really is an event not to be missed!

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Photo courtesy of West Falls Center for the Arts

Alexis P.Suter

Saturday March 26 at 7 p.m.

With his explosive, passionate and soulful voice, Alexis P. Suter artfully blends the best of blues, soul, roots and rock music to captivate audiences across North America.

Alexis burst onto the music scene as a regular performer at Levon Helm’s legendary venue, Midnight Rambles, held in Woodstock, NY. Throughout her career, Suter has been nominated for the Annual Blues Music Awards for the Koko Taylor Award and the Best Soul Blues Female Artist Award.

For one night only, you can see Alexis and her mighty ensemble band at the West Falls Center for the Arts!

Get tickets here

For both performances, general admission tickets and reserved seating are available. Ticket sales are final and no outside food or drink is prohibited. Buy your tickets online

Visit the West Falls Arts Center website today to purchase tickets!

West Falls Arts Center

1863 Davis Road, West Falls

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