BUFFALO, N.Y. — It was a big night at Hoyt Lake in Delaware Park, where the Buffalo Olmsted Parks Conservancy honored Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra conductor JoAnn Falletta.

This year marks 20 that she's been at the helm of the orchestra here in Buffalo, and she was presented with a commemorative paver at Siegel Landing right along the water. 

Earlier this year, Falletta took home another Grammy, the third of her career.

The latest Grammy came for a recording with the world-renowned London Symphony Orchestra. 

Falletta and producer Tim Handley were nominated for Best Classical Compendium for the 2018 record titled "Fuchs: Piano Concerto 'Spiritualist'; Poems Of Life; Glacier; Rush."

2 On Your Side's Scott Levin recently sat down with her as part of our new Get 2 Know series, which can be found on Channel 2's YouTube page.

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