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Musicians of Ma’alwyck

Songs to Amuse

by The Staff October 2, 2014


  Musicians of Ma’alwyck are one of the great local chamber ensembles, and there’s a benefit performance for them this weekend that we don’t want to miss. Songs to Amuse is a program of “delightful, funny ...

First Unitarian Universalist Society of Albany

Chaconnes à son goût

by B.A. Nilsson May 1, 2014


  The good news: Registration has been extended until today (Thursday), so pick up that phone. Bad news: Stravinsky and Picasso and Prokofiev and Milhaud and Hemingway and Fitzgerald won’t be there. Well; you never know ...

Old Daley Inn

Classical Showcase

by The Staff October 31, 2013


  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

Jivin’ Java

by B.A. Nilsson May 30, 2013


  Jerre Tanner first heard Bach’s “Coffee” Cantata while a student at San Francisco State University, where he was studying with Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Wayne Peterson. “It’s a wonderful piece,” says Tanner. “It works as a ...

Thursday Musical Club

by The Staff April 4, 2013

  Last week in the Local Business Issue, we celebrated the centennials of two Capital Region restaurants, Manory’s in Troy and Jack’s in Albany. This week, right here, we’re celebrating the 100th Anniversary of the Thursday ...

First Reformed Church of Schenectady