Oak Orchard Review is named for a river which flows through various towns and hamlets of Genesee and Orleans County. More than simply a body of water, a river is a thing that sustains, connects, and nourishes the land, the body, and the spirit. Our journal is meant to similarly sustain its artists, authors, and readers. We seek writers and artists who feel a physical or emotional connection to the Western New York region, and who are compelled to share their poetry, stories, artwork, and photography. It is our mission to inspire and connect with our readers; to showcase Western New York's most talented and inspiring artists and writers; to promote artistic endeavors in our community; and to encourage and recognize emerging artists and writers.
Local Spotlight - The Genesee Chorale
Our featured artistic group for the fall 2014 issue is Batavia's most renowned adult choir: The Genesee Chorale. We are also pleased to announce and promote The Chorale's upcoming season. They will be performing this December in Albion, NY, once again, as they invited feature performers for the highly anticipated Eastman at Albion Series: The concert, is set for Sunday, December 7 at 3 PM, and will take place at The First Presbyterian Church of Albion on East Avenue. The theme for the interactive concert is LIGHT. The Genesee Chorale will wrap up their winter season on Friday December 12 at 7 PM at their home venue, St James Episcopal Church on Main St in Batavia.
Local News & Events
- Open Mic & Launch Party for Oak Orchard Review Fall Issue
Saturday, November 15, 2014
Hoag Library, Albion, NY