Events In Buffalo – Music Is Art

Music is Art is a not for profit (federal 501c3) organization founded in 2004 by The Goo Goo Dolls bassist and Buffalo native Robby Takac. Now, the Music is Art Festival is Buffalo’s most extensive exhibition of local music, dance and art. Every year the Festival features live music performances of many genres on multiple stages, plus:

  • Visual artists displaying their work
  • A stage dedicated to dance troupes
  • A Kids’ Village featuring live music and hands on art creation
  • Live art being created right in the middle of the action
  • Other not for profits education our audience on their important work
  • A photography exhibit
  • Local DJs spinning an interactive dance experience
  • A performance by the winner of our student Battle of the Bands Contest

Music is Art Founder Robby Takac and Buffalo Sabres Goaltender Ryan Miller

A crowd gathers to view one of the many bands

Jim Siniscalchi of Kamikazee LTD pays homage to the crowd

International Sensation and former Jazzmataz trumpet player Brownman Ali tantalizes the crowd as accompanies Buffalo natives Type Relevant

Type Relevants John Hunter

Type Relevant's Brian Herlihy

DJ Cutler keeping the crowd moving

Buffalo legend Jim Wynne doing what he does best!

This post was contributed by Buffalo photographer Chuck Alaimo.


Filed under Art, Good Ideas, Headline, The Big Urban Photography Project

4 responses to “Events In Buffalo – Music Is Art

  1. Sarah Hartley

    Swesome photos! Awesome event and organization. Thanks, Rust Wire!

  2. john hunter

    Great shots Chuck Type-Relevant appreciates it!!

  3. What a fantastic event!!! Thanks to Chuck for the awesome images and Rust Wire for the nod…

  4. Hearing great music while looking at The Albright … what could be better?

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