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David Alan Miller on Sing Out

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David Alan Miller stopped by to preview some of the highlights.

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Jose Daniel Flores-Caraballo and Ola Gjeilo on Mozart Mass in C Minor

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Albany Pro Musica brings another fabulous concert to the Troy Savings Bank Music Hall.

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Eugene Drucker on solo recital of Bach’s sonatas and partitas

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The Berkshire Bach Society presents nine-time Grammy Award winner Eugene Drucker, in a program of solo violin music by J.S. Bach and Paul Hindemith

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Interview with Carlos Ágreda of ESYO

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We spoke with Agreda about the concert and his first year with ESYO.

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Janoska Ensemble

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Three brothers and a brother-in-law bring their sense of fun and adventure and improvisation to the Troy Savings Bank Music Hall.

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Musicians of Ma’alwyck on "American Dreams of Russia"

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Ann-Marie Barker Schwartz, violin, Paul Green, clarinet, and Noah Palmer, piano, visited the WMHT studios to perform some of the Godfrey and speak about the concert.

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Benjamin Luxon on The Soldier’s Tale

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Luxon spoke with us about the production, and the moment he knew something was terribly wrong with his hearing.

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Charles Peltz on The Sages

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We spoke with the Conductor and Artistic Director of the Glens Falls Symphony, Charles Peltz, about the program.

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Interview with Robert Honstein

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Honstein spoke with us about Currie and the genesis of his work and even played some of the melodies.

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Interview with Debra Kaye on Miolina

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Beacon resident and composer talks about the premiere of her Howland Quartet and a special concert.

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Interview with Ann Chase on Opera Saratoga

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Opera Saratoga Marketing and Community Partnerships Manager, Ann Chase, spoke with us about the program.

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Jose Daniel Flores Caraballo on The Americas, Land of Many Cultures

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We spoke with Jose Daniel Flores Caraballo and Amaryllis Pagan-Vila about the performance.

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Yehuda Hanani on CEWM’s Mid-Winter Fireside Concert

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What constitutes a musical joke? Can symbols and melodies be rehabilitated from negative associations?

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Elizabeth Sobol on SPAC 2019 classical line-up

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The Saratoga Performing Arts Center has announced the 2019 classical line-up.

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David Alan Miller on upcoming concerts, Grammy nomination, and season highlights

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David Alan Miller stopped by and spoke with us about the concerts this weekend, his latest Grammy nomination and some of the highlights for the 2019-2020 season of Albany Symphony Concerts.

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NPR Classical News

Jeremy Dutcher: Tiny Desk Concert

There is no one making music like this 27-year-old, classically trained opera tenor and pianist. Watch and see why.

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