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Symphonie fantastique

  • Palace Theatre 19 Clinton Avenue Albany, NY 12207 United States (map)
Albany Symphony’s own Eric Berlin performs Christopher Rouse’s Heimdall’s Trumpet.

Albany Symphony’s own Eric Berlin performs Christopher Rouse’s Heimdall’s Trumpet.

Eric Berlin has all the elements people expect from a good trumpeter-boldness, big sound, impressive technique...
— American Record Guide

David Alan Miller, conductor | Eric Berlin, trumpet

Christopher Rouse: Heimdall’s Trumpet featuring Eric Berlin

Steven Stucky: Radical Light

Berlioz: Symphonie fantastique

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Single Tickets On Sale July 31

CALL 518.694.3300 OR VISIT 19 CLINTON AVE, ALBANY, NY 12207


ENHANCE YOUR CONCERT EXPERIENCE

Learn more about the music presented at each concert through the Albany Symphony's two main pre-concert events, Vanguard Concert Prevue's and Concert Preludes.

Vanguard Concert Prevue | Friday, April 17, 2020 at 12:00PM | Albany Public Library, Main Branch (161 Washington Ave, Albany)

Onstage Concert Prelude | Saturday, April 18, 2020 at 6:30PM, Palace Theatre


PARKING & DIRECTIONS

 

FREE parking is available in the Quackenbush Garage at 25 Orange Street, Albany, NY 12207. The garage is just off Broadway, one block from the Palace Theatre.

$10 Valet parking is also available at the Leo W O'Brien Federal Building located across the street from the Palace Theatre at 1 Clinton Square, Albany, NY 12207. 

Street parking is FREE after 5PM and on the weekends.


NEW: ALBANY SYMPHONY CONCERT SHUTTLE

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The Albany Symphony is excited to announce that we now offer a concert shuttle program! Book your round-tip ride for $15. Pick-up/Drop-off will be at CDTA Park & Ride located on 141 Elm Avenue, Bethlehem, NY 12054. The shuttle will leave for the Palace Theatre at 6:00pm and depart from the Palace Theatre at 9:45pm.

CALL TO RESERVE YOUR SPOT TODAY!
BOX OFFICE: 518.694.3300, EXT. 143

Earlier Event: March 15
Beethoven Eight | Matinee
Later Event: May 9
Gershwin in the Roaring 20's