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Capitol Chamber Artists

Capitol Chamber Artists

by The Staff May 22, 2014

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  To celebrate the completion of their 45th season, on Saturday night Capitol Chamber Artists will present a program of beloved romantic works: Rare Music by Romantic Titans. Titans? You bet: Franz Liszt (left) will be represented ...

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Capitol Chamber Artists

by The Staff April 3, 2014

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  I Never Saw Another Butterfly, a special program of music that was almost all composed by victims of the Terezin concentration camp in World War II, will be presented by Capitol Chamber Artists this Saturday ...

First Congregational Church

Art Beat

by Shawn Stone November 13, 2013

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  OK, then: There is so much going on this week that we couldn’t preview stuff we really, really wanted to preview. So here’s a little list of other great events this week. Friday & Saturday Ellen Sinopoli ...

Classical Showcase

by The Staff October 31, 2013

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  The Capital Region has an incredibly vibrant classical music scene—and we’re talking about the professional players of the Albany Musicians Association (Local 14 of the AFM). On Sunday afternoon, you can sample some of the region’s ...

New York State Museum

Capitol Chamber Artists

by The Staff May 23, 2013

  Capitol Chamber Artists will complete their 44th season this Saturday night with a varied program, with works that range from the romantic era to the 20th century. These will include Joseph Rheinberger’s Six Pieces for Violin ...

Westminster Presbyterian Church

Art Beat

by Shawn Stone March 20, 2013

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  HAPPY BIRTHDAY  Capitol Chamber Artists are an integral, longtime part of the local music scene, and one of their key members is celebrating his birthday this Saturday night with a Celtic-themed concert. Flautist and all-around ...

Capitol Chamber Artists

by The Staff December 20, 2012

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  If there’s one phrase that comes up again and again in descriptions of the music of the baroque era (the 17th and part of the 18th centuries, in good old Europe), it is “elaborate musical ...

Westminster Presbyterian Church

Capitol Chamber Artists

by The Staff December 7, 2011

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Fortepianist Aniko Szokody (pictured) will be flying in from Hungary to perform with Capitol Chamber Artists for this Saturday’s concert, Clara & Robert: A Musical Love Story. “Clara & Robert” are the Schumanns, whose love story ...

First Congregational Church

Capitol Chamber Artists

by The Staff June 8, 2011

One of the region’s favorite chamber groups, Capitol Chamber Artists, will complete their 2010-2011 season with a performance in Albany on Sunday. Mary Lou Saetta, violin, Aniko Szokody, piano, Irvin Gilman, flute, and Andre O’Neil, ...

Westminster Presbyterian Church

Capitol Chamber Artist

by The Staff February 23, 2011

More famous in his lifetime for his virtuosity as a performer than his genius as a composer, Franz Liszt was widely regarded as the greatest pianist the world had yet heard. Given Liszt’s popularity, it ...

First Congregational Church