Fresh off a triumphant performance at New York’s Carnegie Hall—we know it was a smash because we listened, live, to the radio broadcast—the Albany Symphony Orchestra resumes its regular scheduled programming with two concerts this weekend at the Troy Savings Bank Music Hall.
The typically incisive (and entertainingly balanced) program for these two shows includes a pair of modern-ish crowd pleasers, Stravinsky’s Dumbarton Oaks and John Adams’ impishly titled Son of Chamber Symphony. The heart of the program goes back a few hundred years, as raven-haired violin virtuoso Aisslinn Nosky (pictured) will join the ASO in a performance of Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons.
The Albany Symphony Orchestra will perform Saturday (May 18) at 7:30 PM and Sunday (May 19) at 3 PM at the Troy Savings Bank Music Hall (2nd and State streets, Troy). For ticket prices and info, call the ASO at 465-4755.