It is a big weekend for the Albany Symphony Orchestra. One of the greatest pianists alive today, André Watts, takes the stage on January 11th and it will be Symphony Sunday featuring Beethoven on the 12th - both concerts taking place at the Palace Theatre in Albany.
Maestro David Alan Miller joins us to tell us more.
One of the greatest pianists alive today, André Watts, will takes the stage with the Albany Symphony Orchestra on January 11 at The Palace in Albany, NY. He'll perform the Brahms Second Piano Concerto.
Here, Maestro David Alan Miller speaks with Watts about his life and career.
In this week's Classical Music According to Yehuda, Alan Chartock and Yehuda Hanani continue their discussion of romanticism hearing Schumann's "Dichterliebe, Op. 48: Im Wunderschöen Monat Mai" sung by Lotte Lehmann.
The Octavo Singers of Schenectady is an 80-year-old community chorus of about 100 singers. They generally perform large sacred works and present their concerts almost exclusively in big urban churches and synagogues.
This Sunday, December 15th at 3pm, The Octavo Singers will present Handel’s Messiah at the Union College Memorial Chapel. The Octavo Singers’ Artistic Director and Conductor, Curtis Funk, joins us.
Internationally renowned pianist Jeffrey Kahane is not only performing Mozart’s sublime Piano Concerto No. 22, but also conducting at this weekend's Albany Symphony concert at The Palace.
Jeffrey Kahane has established an international reputation as a truly versatile artist, recognized by audiences around the world for his mastery of a diverse repertoire ranging from Bach, Mozart and Beethoven to Gershwin, Osvaldo Golijov and John Adams. He is the Music Director of the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra.
In today's Classical Music According to Yehuda, Alan Chartock and Yehuda Hanani continue their conversation on Romanticism.
This Sunday at 4pm couture meets backstage drama in an afternoon presented by Close Encounters With Music and The Mount, as international costume designer Charles Caine offers a “behind-the-scenes” look at the Met.
The Saratoga Performing Arts Center has announced a new partnership to bring more chamber music to its summer lineup of events.
At the Spa Little theater at the Saratoga Performing Arts Center Monday, SPAC President and CEO Marcia White announced that the world-renowned Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center will make SPAC its new summer home.
"It will launch a partnership that will position SPAC as the destination of choice of world-class chamber music in the summer," said White.