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The Albany Symphony and David Alan Miller! This nationally acclaimed partnership, with two invitations to Carnegie Hall, award-winning recordings, and an upcoming performance at the Kennedy Center in Washington, brings an exciting 2018-19 season to the Capital Region.  David Alan Miller has created eight magnificent programs.  Here is a sample of what you will experience!

 Stefan Jackiw, violin

Stefan Jackiw, violin

OPENING NIGHT GALA CONCERT

Opening Night features Wagner's thrilling Ride of the Valkyries plus Brahms' towering Violin Concerto with virtuoso Stefan Jackiw.

 Henry Johnson, WWI Medal of Honor Recepient

Henry Johnson, WWI Medal of Honor Recepient

BRITTEN's WAR REQUIEM Armistice Centennial

Benjamin Britten's epic and moving War Requiem, with Albany Pro Musica at Proctors, marks the 100th Anniversary of the Armistice and the end of World War I.

 Beethoven monument, Beethovenplatz, Vienna

Beethoven monument, Beethovenplatz, Vienna

BEETHOVEN Symphony No. 7 THe new year begins

The New Year begins with Beethoven's Seventh and a premiere performance by Tessa Lark at the the Troy Savings Bank Music Hall.

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Close encounters with New Music by today's Best Composers!

Highlights of the season also include five world premiere performances including works by Viet Cuong, Water Music NY composers Benjamin Wallace and Annika Socolofsky, Sleeping Giant composer Rob Honstein and Albany favorite, acclaimed composer Michael Torke.  The Albany Symphony will also perform and record pivotal works by David Del Tredici, John Corigliano and the late Steven Stucky.