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From trademark a cappella music to thrilling performances with Canadian Brass, the New York City Ballet, The Philadelphia Orchestra, the Albany Symphony and the Orchestra Pro Musica, APM’s 36th season promises to inspire, educate, and touch the hearts of our loving audience.
12.11.2016 | SUN. 3:00 PM | Troy Savings Bank Music Hall
The Many Moods of Christmas
A spectacular program with renowned opera tenor Rafael Davila and the Orchestra Pro Musica
Start a family tradition! This year’s program features Gustav Holst’s beautiful “Choral Fantasy on Old Carols” and Robert Shaw’s exhilarating collection, “The Many Moods of Christmas.” Sing along with the voices of Albany Pro Musica in festive arrangements of favorite carols — accompanied by the Orchestra Pro Musica. Featuring one of the most sought-after tenors of his generation, Rafael Davila.
1.22.2017 | SUN. 5:00 PM | Troy Savings Bank Music Hall
High School Choral Festival
Local High School Choirs will share the stage with APM after a showcase of individual performances
Hearts will pound as gifted student musicians join Albany Pro Musica onstage for a transforming experience: the chance to sing with the region’s premier chorus at a nationally renowned concert hall. Choirs from local high schools will all perform individually, followed by a grand finale – 260 voices and instrumentalists under the baton of APM Artistic Director José Daniel Flores-Caraballo.
2.26.2017 | SUN. 3:00 PM | Troy Savings Bank Music Hall
Winds of Love
A brass and voice contest, featuring the world-famous Canadian Brass
Don’t miss this unique collaboration as brass and voices unite! The Canadian Brass, the world’s most famous brass group, combines with the voices of APM in a delightful and unique way. Dominick Argento’s work for voices and percussion, “I Hate and I Love,” sets the tone for a program that exalts the ideals of love. The grand finale features the breathtaking “Canite Tuba” by Donald McCullough.
The Orchestra Pro Musica joins APM in a stirring performance of Karl Jenkins’ mass for peace. “The Armed Man” outlines the growing menace of war, interspersed with moments of reflection, and ends with the hope for peace. The concert will be preceded by a capital region-wide series of art exhibitions, lectures and other events as our community joins APM in their cry for peace.