An Evening with Yo-Yo Ma
Dec
8
7:30 pm19:30

An Evening with Yo-Yo Ma

  • Palace Theatre

David Alan Miller, Conductor

Yo-Yo Ma, Cello

Wagner: Prelude to "Die Meistersinger"

Dvorak: Serenade For Strings

Conor Brown: World Premiere

Elgar: Cello Concerto

He, more than any other cellist, has distilled cello playing to its essence.
— L.A. Herald Examiner

 

A special thank you to the following sponsors!

Tchaikovsky's First Piano Concerto
Jan
7
7:30 pm19:30

Tchaikovsky's First Piano Concerto

  • Palace Theatre

David Alan Miller, Conductor

Ilya Rashkovskiy, Piano

Barber: School for Scandal

Tchaikovsky:  Piano Concerto No. 1

Corigliano:  Symphony No. 1  "of Rage and Remembrance"

"Worthless," declared the composer's friends. "Impossible to play." But Tchaikovsky refused to change a note of what became history's most romantic and popular piano concerto. The New Year begins as young Russian keyboard titan Ilya Rashkovskiy plays Tchaikovsky’s immortal First Piano Concerto. Also, the moving Symphony No. 1 by Grammy Award-winning composer, John Corigliano, a memorial inspired by the AIDS Quilt to those loved and lost.    

Finding DO-RE (and MI)
Jan
29
3:00 pm15:00

Finding DO-RE (and MI)

  • Arthur Zankel Music Center, Skidmore College

David Alan Miller, Conductor

Help Do-re find her voice and discover how to sing! Join the Albany Symphony and four brilliant young singers in an epic undersea operatic adventure featuring music by Mozart, Rossini, Verdi, and Puccini.

Join the Albany Symphony at 2PM for a special Musical Instrument Petting Zoo sponsored by our friends at John Keal Music. 

Adults $20 // Children Free Courtesy of GE Kids in Free

Brahms' Fourth
Feb
18
7:30 pm19:30

Brahms' Fourth

  • Palace Theatre

Karina Canellakis, Guest Conductor

Brown-Urioste-Canellakis Trio

Higdon: Dance Cards

Beethoven: Triple Concerto

Brahms: Symphony No. 4

The great strength and nobility of Brahms’ Fourth and final Symphony places it among his most profound achievements. Rising conductor Karina Canellakis makes her Albany Symphony debut. “A protégé of Sir Simon Rattle, is a major conducting talent whose star is rapidly rising,” declares the Cincinnati Enquirer. She is joined by friends and family Michael Brown, Elena Urioste and Nicholas Canellakis for Beethoven’s delightful, rarely heard Triple Concerto. The concert also feature Pulitzer Prize winner Jennifer Higdon’s rousing “Dance Cards.” 

Mozart & Bach
Mar
4
7:30 pm19:30

Mozart & Bach

  • Troy Savings Bank Music Hall

David Alan Miller, Conductor

Vocal Arts Program-Bard College Conservatory

Mozart: Symphony No. 40

Torke: Concertinos for Oboe, Clarinet, and Bassoon (World Premiere)

Bach: Cantata No. 78 "Jesu, der du meine Seele"

Experience one of Mozart’s great, final Symphonies - the magnificent No. 40 in G-minor – in the perfect, intimate acoustic of Troy Music Hall. It is an ideal setting for Bach’s exquisite Cantata No. 78.  These concerts reach across four centuries to premiere three concertinos by Michael Torke. “A vitally inventive composer,” raves the Financial Times.

 

Mozart & Bach (Matinee)
Mar
5
3:00 pm15:00

Mozart & Bach (Matinee)

  • Troy Savings Bank Music Hall

David Alan Miller, Conductor

Vocal Arts Program-Bard College Conservatory

Mozart: Symphony No. 40

Torke: Concertinos for Oboe, Clarinet, and Bassoon (World Premiere)

Bach: Cantata No. 78 "Jesu, der du meine Seele

Experience one of Mozart’s great, final Symphonies - the magnificent No. 40 in G-minor – in the perfect, intimate acoustic of Troy Music Hall. It is an ideal setting for Bach’s exquisite Cantata No. 78.  These concerts reach across four centuries to premiere three concertinos by Michael Torke. “A vitally inventive composer,” raves the Financial Times.

 

Captain American: Musical Avenger
Mar
19
3:00 pm15:00

Captain American: Musical Avenger

David Alan Miller, Conductor

Team up with that fearless musical avenger, Captain American, as he battles the forces of darkness in defense of great American music!  Come dressed as your favorite superhero and help Captain American and the Albany Symphony perform great American music by John Williams, Aaron Copland, Leonard Bernstein, and others.

Join the Albany Symphony at 2PM for a special Musical Instrument Petting Zoo sponsored by our friends at John Keal Music. 

Adults $20 // Children Free Courtesy of GE Kids in Free

Beethoven's Ninth
Apr
8
7:30 pm19:30

Beethoven's Ninth

  • Palace Theatre

A not-to-be-missed concert experience. Hear, live in concert, the epic power and timeless message of humanity and brotherhood when David Alan Miller leads the Albany Symphony, Albany Pro Musica and soloists in Beethoven’s inspiring, monumental “Ode to Joy”, The Ninth Symphony. The Ninth is preceded and illuminated by new works of Joan Tower and Albany Favorite George Tsontakis in honor of David Alan Miller’s 25 Anniversary.   

Dogs of Desire
Jun
2
7:30 pm19:30

Dogs of Desire

  • EMPAC

David Alan Miller, Conductor

The Albany Symphony's inspired new music ensemble explores popular and world cultures through new multi-media compositions by America's most adventurous composers.  

The progressive 18-member ensemble  is a one of a kind chamber orchestra and is considered to be the laboratory for today's composers, having commissioned and premiered over 200 works at the American Music Festival.

American Music Festival
Jun
3
7:30 pm19:30

American Music Festival

  • Experimental Media & Performing Arts Center

This is music you more than hear- this is music you feel! Inspired by the Bicentennial of the Eric Canal, this year's festival features Composer-in-Residence, Reena Esmail, innovative new works by living American composers, artistic happenings across Troy, and culminates with performances by the Albany Symphony and Dogs of Desire. 


Magic Of Christmas
Dec
4
3:00 pm15:00

Magic Of Christmas

  • Palace Theatre

David Alan Miller, Conductor

Woodrow Bynum, Director of Music, Cathedral of All Saints

Noel Liberty, Director of The Music Studio

Diane Warner, Director of the Capital District Youth Chorale

Jen Boland, Director of Boland School of Irish Dance

 

Celebrate the season with family and friends in Albany  at the Magic of Christmas, the Capital Region's favorite Holiday spectacular. 

Sparkling holiday favorites and carols led by David Alan Miller and the Albany Symphony. Plus selections from Tchaikovsky's Nutcracker Suite and three movements of Handel's Messiah performed by the Cathedral of All Saint's Choir of Men and Boys.  The program will also feature young musicians and dancers from The Music Studio, Capital District Youth Chorale, Boland School of Irish Dance and the World of Dance Studio with a special visit from Santa Claus. 

Tickets start at just $28 and children are half price when you order by phone.

A special thank you for our concert sponsor: Sherley & Roger Hannay

Water Music & Schumann (Matinee)
Nov
20
3:00 pm15:00

Water Music & Schumann (Matinee)

  • Troy Savings Bank Music Hall

Troy, NY is an historic river community and a gateway to the Erie Canal. Celebrate Troy’s Bicentennial with Handel's “Water Music” as well as mesmerizing new works by Chris Theofanidis and Derek Bermel.  The program concludes with a stunning performance of Robert Schumann’s joyous Symphony No. 4.

Water Music & Schumann
Nov
19
7:30 pm19:30

Water Music & Schumann

  • Troy Savings Bank Music Hall

Troy, NY is an historic river community and a gateway to the Erie Canal. Celebrate Troy’s Bicentennial with Handel's “Water Music” as well as mesmerizing new works by Chris Theofanidis and Derek Bermel.  The program concludes with a stunning performance of Robert Schumann’s joyous Symphony No. 4.

Peer Gynt (Matinee)
Oct
23
3:00 pm15:00

Peer Gynt (Matinee)

  • Troy Savings Bank Music Hall

David Alan Miller, Conductor

Katherine Needleman, Oboe

Reznicek: Donna Diana Overture

Anderson: The Syncopated Clock, Blue Tango, and Fiddle Faddle

Rouse: Oboe Concerto

Grieg: Peer Gynt, Suite No. 1

Tchaikovsky: Francesca da Rimini

The beloved melodies of Grieg’s beguiling Peer Gynt: “Morning Mood” and “In the Hall of the Mountain King” performed LIVE alongside the popular Donna Diana Overture (Theme music for Sgt. Preston of the Yukon!) and Tchaikovsky’s fiery Francesca da Rimini. Plus, the lyrical Oboe Concerto by American master, Christopher Rouse.

Peer Gynt
Oct
22
7:30 pm19:30

Peer Gynt

  • Troy Savings Bank Music Hall

David Alan Miller, Conductor

Katherine Needleman, Oboe

Reznicek: Donna Diana Overture

Anderson: The Syncopated Clock, Blue Tango, and Fiddle Faddle

Rouse: Oboe Concerto

Grieg: Peer Gynt, Suite No. 1

Tchaikovsky: Francesca da Rimini

The beloved melodies of Grieg’s beguiling Peer Gynt: “Morning Mood” and “In the Hall of the Mountain King” performed LIVE alongside the popular Donna Diana Overture (Theme music for Sgt. Preston of the Yukon!) and Tchaikovsky’s fiery Francesca da Rimini. Plus, the lyrical Oboe Concerto by American master, Christopher Rouse.

Roscoe: An American Grand Opera
Oct
15
7:30 pm19:30

Roscoe: An American Grand Opera

  • Palace Theatre

David Alan Miller, Conductor

Deborah Voigt, Soprano

Jeffrey Williams, Baritone

Albany Pro Musica [José Daniel Flores-Caraballo, Artistic Director]

Evan Mack, Composer

Joshua McGuire, Librettist

Based on William Kennedy's acclaimed novel, Roscoe, is a new American opera-tragic, comic, and poignant.  Roscoe Conway, after years as the motor of Albany's political machine, longs to retire. But just when he thought he was out, things pull him back in. Featuring the radiant voice of opera superstar Deborah Voigt!

Evan Mack, composer, Josh McGuire, librettist, based on the novel “Roscoe” by William Kennedy

Tickets on-sale now! For best seats call the box office at 518.694.3300.

Opening Night Gala Concert: Ravel & Sibelius
Sep
24
7:00 pm19:00

Opening Night Gala Concert: Ravel & Sibelius

  • Palace Theatre

David Alan Miller, Conductor

Saili Oak, Hindustani vocalist

Natasha Paremski, Piano

Reena Esmail: "Aria" for Hindustani vocalist and Orchestra

Ravel: Piano Concerto in G

Sibelius: Symphony No. 5

Celebrate 25 years of musical discovery under the baton of David Alan Miller. This seasons opening concert begins with “Aria” for Hindustani Soprano and Orchestra by two-time ASCAP award-winner Reena Esmail. Natasha Paremski performs Ravel’s jazz-inspired Concerto in G. “Natasha Paremski came, played and conquered,” raved Chicago’s Classical Review. The evening concludes with Sibelius’ bracing Fifth Symphony.   

Continue the celebration at the Opening Night Gala immediately following the Opening Night concert on September 24th. 

Concert-only tickets start at $19 

Concert and Gala Packages start at $200

Tickets On-sale Now! For best seats call the Box Office at 518.694.3300.

Hike: Wildflowers & Waterfalls
Jun
12
11:30 am11:30

Hike: Wildflowers & Waterfalls

  • Margaret Craven Snowden Property

Mohawk Hudson Land Conservancy Executive Director Mark King will lead this family-friendly hike on one of the Mohawk Hudson Land Conservancy's recently acquired easements, the Margaret Craven Snowden property, adjacent to the Heldeberg Workshop in the Town of New Scotland. This exclusive Albany Symphony hike on private property will explore the beauty of the Conservancy’s Helderberg Conservation Corridor. Enjoy a waterfall, wildflowers and unique, scenic views of the Helderberg Escarpment from below. Hikers will encounter an active beaver pond and there may be sightings of red efts or other amphibians. Easy to moderate difficulty, approximately 2 hours.

Recommended: Waterproof hiking boots or galoshes, hat, sunscreen, bug spray, water and snacks. 

Directions to Hike: From the 4 corners in Delmar NY- Head West on Kenwood Ave (Rte 140) to New Scotland Rd (NY-85 W) for 1.7 miles; Turn slightly Left and continue on New Scotland Rd for 5.5 miles; At New Salem turn Right on 85A East for .6 miles and turn Left on Picard Rd (Co Hwy 306).  In approximately 1 mile turn Left on Martin Road Extension; hike and parking on left.

Reservations are required. Limited to 25 hikers.

 
"Songs of the Earth" – Yale Composers' Art Song Program
Jun
11
1:00 pm13:00

"Songs of the Earth" – Yale Composers' Art Song Program

  • St Paul's Episcopal Church

The entire composition studio of the Yale School of Music, 13 members strong, will collaborate on the creation of a 13-part song cycle on poetry about the natural world, to be performed by a 9-member ensemble of Albany Symphony musicians, four brilliant young singers, and conductor David Alan Miller.

Yale composers contributing newly created songs to the project are: Krists Auznieks, Matthew Bridgham, Natalie Diettrich, Katherine Balch, Ehtna Braun, Hilary Purrington, Benjamin Wallace, Tiange Zhou, Brian Heim, Dylan Mattingly, Molly Joyce, Michael Gilbertson, and Lilita Ugay.

The uniqueness of the project lies not only in the creation of stunning new art songs by some of the most exciting composers of tomorrow, but also in the collaboration between these young composers and the Albany Symphony’s musicians.

The concert will be held at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, June 11th, at historic St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 58 3rd Street, in Troy, NY.  St. Paul’s has a fully integrated Tiffany interior, and is one of Louis Comfort Tiffany’s greatest masterpieces.

 

 

Tigue Percussion
Jun
11
11:30 am11:30

Tigue Percussion

  • EMPAC @ RPI

A crystalized art-rock/new music percussion ensemble performs selections from its new album, “Peaks,” as well as Sleeping Giant composer Robert Honstein's masterful percussion trio, “Index of Possibility.”

Heavily influenced by contemporary music, Pop, and avant-garde, TIGUE unites a homegrown ethos with conservatory precision, elevating their unique and imaginative performance style. Their debut album “Peaks” was released on New Amsterdam Records in 2015 and praised by the New York Music Daily as “an imaginative, distinctive, hypnotic yet kinetic blend of indie classical, minimalism, post-rock and drone music” 

$10 [Free with Festival Pass]

Powerhouse Pianists-Gosling-McMillen Piano Duo
Jun
11
9:30 am09:30

Powerhouse Pianists-Gosling-McMillen Piano Duo

  • Troy Savings Bank Music Hall

Two towering virtuosos join together for a program of major two-piano works, including John Adam's “Hallelujah Junction,” Frederic Rzewski's “Winnsboro Cottonmill Blues,” and Mary Ellen Child's “Kitter.”

The New York Times has described Blair McMillen, who teaches at Bard College, as “riveting,” “prodigiously accomplished and exciting,” and as one of the piano’s “brilliant stars.” The English pianist, Stephen Gosling has made over 30 recordings, and is one of New York City’s busiest and best pianists.  Conductor David Alan Miller said, “These are two of the greatest pianists on the planet, and the chance to hear them together on the stage of the legendary Troy Savings Bank Music Hall performing their favorite repertory is a once-in-lifetime opportunity!”

$10 [Free with Festival Pass]

 

 

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Music Of The Americas
Jun
10
10:00 pm22:00

Music Of The Americas

  • EMPAC @ RPI

ALBANY SYMPHONY NEXTGEN PRESENTS:

CLARICE ASSAD AND OFF THE CLIFF

Join the Albany Symphony’s favorite multi-genre Brazilian composer, vocalist and pianist, Clarice Assad, as she and the amazing percussion virtuoso Keita Ogawa collaborate on a unique world-music jam. With an exciting and varied repertoire of classical, jazz, avant-garde, Brazilian and world music, this internationally accomplished duo will take you on an unforgettable sonic adventure through the Americas, with improvisation and extended jazz vocal and percussion techniques.

$10 [Free with Festival Pass]

What is NextGEN?  NextGEN is a community of young and emerging professionals with a shared passion for the arts and music.  A truly social experience, NEXTGEN presents post-concert events in some of the Capital Region's best restaurants and taverns.

What is NextGEN?  NextGEN is a community of young and emerging professionals with a shared passion for the arts and music.  A truly social experience, NEXTGEN presents post-concert events in some of the Capital Region's best restaurants and taverns.

Dogs of Desire
Jun
10
7:30 pm19:30

Dogs of Desire

  • EMPAC @ RPI

David Alan Miller, Conductor

The power of a rock band, the sophistication of a classical chamber orchestra: Dogs of Desire performs new works by America's best young composers, exploring all that is wild and wonderful in American pop culture, with dazzling multimedia works and freewheeling, fabulous creations and collaborations.

This year's performance will feature recent works by Sleeping Giant composers Ted Hearne and Jacob Cooper as well as three world premieres by Rob Honstein, Conor Brown, and the amazing Brazilian-American composer, Clarice Assad.

Commissioned by GE Renewable Energy in partnership with the Albany Symphony, Assad's new work will explore the ethereal power of the wind and feature Clarice Assad and percussionist Keita Ogawa as soloists.

As part of her research, Clarice Assad was invited by GE to climb an active windmill in Cape Cod, Massachusetts. 

As part of her research, Clarice Assad was invited by GE to climb an active windmill in Cape Cod, Massachusetts. 

Generous funding for this concert, provided by:

 
Vanguard Concert Prevue//Free
Jun
10
12:00 pm12:00

Vanguard Concert Prevue//Free

  • Albany Public Library

David Alan Miller is joined by composers Aaron J. Kernis, Jessie Montgomery, and Loren Loiacono, as well as Grammy(R) nominated Soprano, Talise Trevigne, for a discussion of the works featured on Saturday evening’s full orchestra concert. Concert Prevues are hosted by members of the Albany Symphony Vanguard, a dedicated volunteer organization.

 
Living Poets Musical Theatre//Free
Jun
9
9:00 pm21:00

Living Poets Musical Theatre//Free

  • Evelyn's Cafe at EMPAC
Located inside EMPAC, Evelyn's café offers a rotating menu using locally-sourced ingredients.  You can also enjoy a glass of wine or a pint of craft beer.

Located inside EMPAC, Evelyn's café offers a rotating menu using locally-sourced ingredients.  You can also enjoy a glass of wine or a pint of craft beer.

Experience the work of living poets live, and explore the intimate connection between poetry and music. Curated by Rebecca Wolff, Editor of FENCE Literary Journal, and featuring poets Diana Alvarez, James Belflower, and Shira Dentz.  

No Ticket Required!

 
Composer To Center Stage Reading Session//Free
Jun
9
7:30 pm19:30

Composer To Center Stage Reading Session//Free

  • EMPAC @ RPI
EMPAC is the heart of the American Music Festival- A place where music, science, art, and technology interact and breathe the same air.

EMPAC is the heart of the American Music Festival- A place where music, science, art, and technology interact and breathe the same air.

Discover the next generation of young composers, as three of the very best have new works read for the very first time by David Alan Miller and the entire Albany Symphony. Composers are chosen through a national competition. The orchestra spends 40 minutes rehearsing, then reading through each of the three winning compositions. At the end of the evening, all audience members, orchestra musicians, and composers are invited onstage for a fascinating post-mortem. If you’ve ever wondered how composers create their works or how an orchestra brings them into the world, you won’t want to miss this unique session. Three brilliant young composers, Kai-Young Chan, Matthew Brown, and Liliya Ugay will be featured in this year’s session, which is funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation,

Hear these amazing new works come to life for the very first time and help shape the future of American orchestral music.

Download the scores in advance of the reading session.


Purchase your 2016 Festival Pass Online Today or call the Box Office at 518.694.3300.

Conducting Your Way To Success!
Jun
9
5:30 pm17:30

Conducting Your Way To Success!

  • EMPAC @ RPI

Get a sneak peek at the Albany Symphony's American Music Festival, a key national music festival featuring some of the biggest names in orchestral music today, including Grammy Award-winning conductor Maestro David Alan Miller!

Celebrating his 25th year leading the Albany Symphony Orchestra, the Maestro will join The Tech Valley Young Professionals Network for an inspiring evening at one of our region's most distinctive venues, EMPAC at RPI. 
 
Gain valuable insights on:
•    Taking risks and "pushing the envelope" to get where you want to go
•    How adapting your leadership style can help you transform even the smallest things into  acclaimed programs
•    The significant impact the arts have on the growth of our region and the importance of supporting them.

Following the discussion, enjoy an exclusive view of the Festival's "Composer To Center Stage" reading session, during which the works of three young composers are read and rehearsed for the first time. 

Cost: $10 per person. Admission not included with Festival Pass.

Register Online at CapitalRegionChamber.com

Program Presented by:

 
Dogs Of Desire Open Rehearsal
Jun
9
3:00 pm15:00

Dogs Of Desire Open Rehearsal

  • EMPAC @ RPI

Get an insider's look at the wild and wonderful world of the Albany Symphony's one-of-a-kind new music chamber orchestra. Combining the power of a rock band with the sophistication of a classical ensemble, Dogs of Desire is a laboratory for tomorrow’s most exciting and compelling composers. Experience the creative process in progress as David Alan Miller, Clarice Assad, Conor Brown, and Rob Honstein prepare the Dogs of Desire for three cutting-edge world premieres.

Purchase your festival pass and get access to this exclusive open rehearsal.  

Tiffany Tour of Troy//Free
Jun
9
1:00 pm13:00

Tiffany Tour of Troy//Free

  • St Paul's Episcopal Church

Troy, New York is home to some of the most glorious examples of Louis Comfort Tiffany’s artistry. Spend the afternoon promenading through downtown Troy on a guided tour hosted by local historians from the Hudson Mohawk Industrial Gateway, and enjoy the splendid beauty of Tiffany’s singular artwork in some of Troy’s most exquisite churches. The tour will kick off at St. Paul's Episcopal Church on the corner of 3rd and State Street in Troy.

Complete your Troy Tiffany Window experience on Saturday, June 11th at 1PM for "Songs of the Earth" Art Song Program at St. Paul's Episcopal Church.

 

Presented by:

 
Composers  Masterclass//Free
Jun
8
5:00 pm17:00

Composers Masterclass//Free

  • EMPAC @RPI

Composers Jacob Cooper and Ted Hearne of Sleeping Giant, a celebrated collective of six brilliant young composers, will provide insight into the world of composition, while mentoring young composers. Recognized for their daring innovations, stylistic range, and acute attention to instrumental nuance, Cooper and Hearne will share the secrets behind composing and creating their art. 

Get an inside look at Sleeping Giant working alongside vocalist Theo Bleckmann in advance of last years Dogs of Desire performance.

Tiny Tots For Children
May
23
May 26

Tiny Tots For Children

Join Maestro David Alan Miller and the Albany Symphony for a special children's concert! Cowboy Dave to the Rescue! Cowboy Dave leads the Albany Symphony in an interactive 30 minute concert specially designed for children 2-8 years old.

Tickets are $5

Monday, May 23, 2016: 10:45am                                                                           Congregation Ohav Shalom, Albany

Tuesday, May 24, 2016: 9:30am and 10:45am                                                      Congregation Ohav Shalom, Albany

Wednesday, May 25, 2016: 9:30am and 10:45am                                                         National Museum of Dance, Saratoga Springs

Thursday, May 26, 2016: 9:30am and 10:45am                                                             National Museum of Dance, Saratoga Springs

Mahler's Resurrection Symphony
May
14
7:30 pm19:30

Mahler's Resurrection Symphony

  • Palace Theatre

David Alan Miller, Conductor

Albany Pro Musica, Jose Daniel Flores, Artistic Director

Mahler: Symphony No. 2 " Resurrection"

Generous funding for this Concert provided by Eileen LaCorte, Thomas Marusak, Daniel P. Nolan, Barry Richman & Pearl Grant Richmans, Edward Swyer.

Evelyn Glennie in Dreammachine
Apr
16
7:30 pm19:30

Evelyn Glennie in Dreammachine

  • Troy Savings Bank Music Hall

David Alan Miller, Conductor

Evelyn Glennie, Percussion

Ravel: Le Tombeau de Couperin

Daugherty: Dreammachine

Bermel: "Mar de Setembro"

Haydn:  Symphony No. 103 "Drumroll"

The Superhero Show
Mar
20
3:00 pm15:00

The Superhero Show

  • Palace Theatre

Price Chopper Sunday Symphonies For Families Presents:

Help the world's greatest musical superhero, "SuperOrchestraMan" rescue two out-of-work superheros, "Brunnhilde" and "Kastchei the Immortal," and find them the perfect music to jumpstart their careers!

Fabulous classics by Mozart, Tchaikovsky, Mussorgsky, Stravinsky and more.  Includes Wagner's "Ride of the Valkeries!"

Tickets are just $20 for adults and kids are free courtesy of GE Kids In Free Days.

Generous funding and support for this Concert is provided by:

To Walk With Giants
Mar
19
7:30 pm19:30

To Walk With Giants

  • Palace Theatre

This collaboration with the six composers of "Sleeping Giant" includes Barber's Adagio for Strings, Vivaldi's Violin Concerto in A Minor featuring Jill Levy, three movements of Mozart's unfinished Piano Concerto No. 26 newly reimagined by Timo Andres, Christopher Cerrone and Jacob Cooper, plus works by Andrew Norman, Ted Hearne, Robert Honstein, and Ingram Marshall.

Generous funding for this Concert provided by NewMusic USA