Albany Symphony season 2018-2019

David Alan Miller

Albany Symphony music director David Alan Miller.

The schedule for the next Albany Symphony season -- the 2018-2019 season -- is out. It includes a a concert with Albany Pro Musica at Proctors, Beethoven's Symphony No. 7, and -- as the ASO is known for -- works by many living American composers.

Tickets for the season are available via a season subscription. (Individual date tickets will be available later on.)

And, of course, the ASO's current season is in progress, with two Romeo & Juliet-themed concerts at the Troy Music Hall this weekend and more shows throughout the spring.

Onto a scan of the schedule...

October 13, 2018: Opening Night: Ride of The Valkyries - Palace Theatre
Viet Cuong, World Premiere
Brahms, Violin Concerto in D Major
Stefan Jackiw, Violin
Selections from Grand Opera, including "The Ride of the Valkyries," "Carmen Suite," and "Forza del Destino"

November 10, 2018: "Armistice Centennial" Britten's Moving War Requiem - Proctors
Britten, War Requiem
With Albany Pro Musica

December 15 & 16, 2018: Classics from Vienna: Heinrich Medicus 100th Birthday Memorial Concert - Troy Savings Bank Music Hall
J. Strauss, Jr. Wine, Women and Song Waltzes, Champagne Polka
J. Strauss, Jr. Die Fledermaus Overture
Benjamin Wallace, Chocolate Waltzes (World Premiere)
Bruckner, Symphony No. 6

January 4-5, 2019: Beethoven Seventh - Troy Savings Bank Music Hall
Steven Stucky, Chamber Concerto
Michael Torke, Violin Concerto
Tessa Lark, violin
Beethoven, Symphony No. 7

February 9-10, 2019: Valentines Weekend: Romantic Chopin - Troy Savings Bank Music Hall
Annika Socolofsky, World Premiere
Chopin, Piano Concerto No. 2
Orion Weiss, piano
Schumann, Symphony No. 2

March 9, 2019: Bolero! - Palace Theatre
Hindemith, Mathis der Maler
Honstein, Percussion Concerto (World Premiere)
Colin Currie, soloist
Gould, Fall River Legend
Ravel, Bolero

April 6-7, 2019: Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto - Troy Savings Bank Music Hall
Lawrence Loh, guest conductor
Rossini, Overture to "La Scala di Seta"
Tchaikovsky, Violin Concerto
Chee Yun, violin
Polina Nazaykinskaya, New Work
Mendelssohn, Symphony No. 4 "Italian"

June 1, 2019: American Music Festival - EMPAC
John Corigliano, Piano Concerto
Philip Fisher, Piano
David Del Tredici, "Pop-Pourri"
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photo courtesy of ASO

Comments

The albany symphony is much better than people may perceive. likely one of the finest small city orchestras,with Grammy nominations and awards to prove it! :-) It deserves more support, more attendees than it gets. My worry is what happens when David moves on? (it's his 26th or 27th season). His efforts and personality have driven so much of the improvement. (Dogs of Desire, Instrument Petting Zoo, American Music Festival, Sunday Symphonies( with D.A.M. playfully taking on historic roles))

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