BELOVED CLASSICS, DAZZLING YOUNG SOLOISTS AND ADVENTUROUS WORLD PREMIERES BY TODAY'S BEST COMPOSERS!
With the sounds of Yo-Yo Ma, Brahms Fourth, and John Corigliano's evocative Symphony No. 1 still fresh in your ears, this is the perfect time to explore the Albany Symphony's 2017.18 season.
Eight magnificent concerts, each carefully curated by Music Director David Alan Miller, comprise what is sure to be a standout season.
1786: Mozart's Miraculous Year
A two concert weekend celebrating 1786, Mozart’s miraculous year. Look back at his masterworks with four Piano Concertos, the “Prague” Symphony, and more, in the intimacy of Troy Savings Bank Music Hall.
Beethoven's Iconic Fifth Symphony
A towering performance of Beethoven's quintessential Fifth Symphony. Composed while he toiled with his increasing deafness, this symphony embodies the struggle with "fate" as it "knocks at the door."
Gershwin Immersion with Kevin Cole
A weekend-long festival featuring George Gershwin's complete works for Piano and Orchestra. Hear Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue, An American in Paris, and Piano Concerto in F performed by Kevin Cole, America's Pianist.