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Aleda or the Flight of the Suff Bird Women

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An opera in one act by Max Caplan, commissioned and produced by Musicians of Ma’alwyck and paired with The Burden of the Ballot, an original one-act play about Albany’s Anti-Suffrage movement by Krysta Dennis.

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Composer Robert Paterson Talks About the Mostly Modern Festival

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There’s a brand new music festival launching this summer—the Mostly Modern Festival.

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Jack Brown of Berkshire Lyric Talks Haydn’s “The Creation”

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Jack Brown, artistic director, and conductor of Berkshire Lyric talked with us about the program.

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Kevin Cole on Gershwin Immersion

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Cole stopped by the studios and played a little Gershwin and told us about the concert.

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Myron Lutzke on “Go for B’roque!”

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Listen to Myron Lutzke speak about “Go for B’roque!”

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Classical Countdown 2018

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Help us make a list of 250 of YOUR favorite pieces of music.

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Interview with Yehuda Hanani on The Faux and the Fabulous Concert

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We spoke with the artistic director of Close Encounters with Music, Yehuda Hanani, about the performance, their tribute to Leonard Bernstein in June, and this summer’s Berkshire High Peaks Festival.

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Interview with Linda Chesis on the Argus Quartet and the Cooperstown Summer Music Festival

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The Argus Quartet is quickly gaining a reputation as one of today’s most dynamic and versatile young ensembles.

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Interview with Gemma New and Salina Fisher for the Saint-Saëns: Organ Symphony

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This very special concert at Proctors also features Beethoven’s towering Violin Concerto with young French violinist Arnaud Sussman, who has swiftly garnered acclaim the world over.

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Albany Pro Musica’s José Daniel Flores-Caraballo on Lux Aeterna & Requiem

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The Albany Pro Musica Masterworks Series presents Morten Lauridsen’s exquisite Lux Aeterna and Michael Haydn’s moving Requiem.

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“To Lenny with Love” at Hudson Hall 3/24

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We spoke with Eugenia Zukerman, artistic director of Classics on Hudson, about the program taking place in Hudson on Saturday, 3/24, at 7pm.

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Bon Voyage: Kennedy Center Preview Performance

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David Alan Miller is back to talk about the Albany Symphony concert this weekend.

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Broadway Returns with Albany Pro Musica

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Albany Pro Musica’s 37th season continues this Sunday, March 4, at the Troy Savings Bank Music Hall.

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Legendary Orchestra on first tour in North America coming to Troy

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Kirill Karabits, the General Music Director and Principal Conductor for The Staatskapelle Weimar speaks about the program.

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Voice of the Baroque

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Close Encounters with Music continues with the Mid-Winter Fireside Concert, Saturday, February 24, in Great Barrington.

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NPR Classical News

'My Voice Should Be Heard': #MeToo And The Women Of Opera

Three women — a soprano, a mezzo-soprano, and a vice president of opera programming — join NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro...

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