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ASO, guest flutist and rats shine in 'Pied Piper Fantasy'

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It’s wonderful when music can spin webs of magic and fantasy that can make children of us all. On Saturday night at the Palace Theatre, the Albany Symphony Orchestra did just that for a large crowd with the help of New Zealand flutist Alexa Still and a host of rats and flute-playing children. The feature was John Corigliano’s “Pied Piper Fantasy” (1982), a wonderfully theatrical concoction that involved 13 mostly young dancers from Darlene Myers’ ...

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