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ASO shows strength at packed first night

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The Albany Symphony Orchestra, wearing its mantle of a successful Carnegie Hall debut with conviction and confidence, opened its season Saturday night at the Palace Theatre to a huge crowd of admirers. The program featured works by British composers of the 20th and 21st centuries. Music director David Alan Miller began with Anna Clyne’s “Rewind,” a piece she wrote in 2005 for a British dance company that simulated a tape being rewound. Dark and rhythmic ...


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hackert
September 19, 2011
1:13 p.m.

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Hey, that wasn't a tape of a women's chorus-it was the girls of the Capital Area Youth Chorale singing live from backstage!

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