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Classical music: There may have been fewer concerts, but plenty were exceptional

Janara Kellerman, center, was Little Buttercup in Opera Saratoga's production of "H.M.S. Pinafore" at the Spa Little Theatre.
Janara Kellerman, center, was Little Buttercup in Opera Saratoga's production of "H.M.S. Pinafore" at the Spa Little Theatre.
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Classical music in the Capital Region thrived this year despite budgetary pressures that forced some venues to offer fewer concerts. Still, with so many excellent venues, favorite artists returned and a handful of international artists made their debuts. Concerts attracted large and even sold-out crowds. It was opera companies that took a bold approach to try something new. Hubbard Hall Opera Theatre debuted at Proctors to mix video with the singing. Opera Saratoga tried a ...

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