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Winter/Spring Preview 2013 schedule

Sunday, January 13, 2013
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VISUAL ARTS

Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts, Blue Mountain Lake. 352-7715, adirondackarts.org

(Closed for winter. Reopens April 5)

April 5-May 4: Student Art Exhibit, reception 5:30-7 p.m. May 4

May 9-June 1: Members’ show, mixed media, reception 5:30-7 p.m. June 1

Albany Center Gallery, Albany. 462-4775, www.albanycentergallery.org

Through Jan. 26: Members Show

Feb. 12-March 16: Mohawk Hudson Regional Invitational 2013, Chris DeMarco and Sarah Haze

March 26-April 27: High School Regional

May 14-June 29: Bill Wilson "Then & Now"

Albany Institute of History & Art, Albany. 463-4478, www.albanyinstitute.org

Jan. 26-Aug. 18: “The Making of the Hudson River School: More Than the Eye Beholds”

Through Jan. 27: “The Eternal Return: Portraits by Stephanie Rose”

Feb. 9-June 15: “The Legacy of Currier & Ives: Shaping the American Spirit”

Albany International Airport Gallery, third floor of terminal, Colonie. 242-2241, www.albanyairport.com/art

The Annex:

Through May: “Where Boundaries Fade,” Robert Gullie solo show

Arkell Museum at Canajoharie, Canajoharie. 673-2314, www.arkellmuseum.org

Through Jan. 25: Annual Juried Show, at museum and Canajoharie Library

Through April 7: “From Giverny to the Brooklyn Bridge,” Impressionist paintings from the collection

Through March 31: “Pastoral and Parkland: American Landscape Paintings”

Arts Center Gallery, Saratoga Arts, Saratoga Springs. 584-4132, www.saratoga-arts.org

Through Jan. 26: High School All Stars

Feb. 2-March 30: Jake Winiski, Diana Schmertz and Hyun-Joon, reception 6-8 p.m. Feb. 2, artists’ talk, 5 p.m. Feb. 2

April 6-May 25: Susan Stuart and Robert K. Carsten, reception 6-8 p.m. April 6, artists’ talk 5 p.m. April 6

Arts Center of the Capital Region, Troy. 273-0552, www.artscenteronline.org

Through Jan. 13: Sage All-Stars, Foyer Gallery, Ark Charter School, viewing party, 12:30-1:30 p.m. Jan. 13

Jan. 23-Feb. 10: “Hudson Valley Seed Packs: Art of the Heirloom,” President’s Gallery and Foyer Gallery

Jan. 25-March 29: “So to Speak,” main gallery, Leona Christie, Anthony Dicenza, Hollis Frampton, Melinda McDaniel, Fernando Orellana, Paula Gaetano Adi and Klub Zwei, reception 5-9 p.m. Jan. 25

Feb. 16-March 10: Emma Willard Bicentennial Student Art Exhibit, Foyer Gallery

Feb. 22-April 21: “forceperunit,” President’s Gallery, reception 5-9 p.m. March 29

Through Feb. 24: “Day2Day Print Exchange,” Faculty-Student Gallery, reception 5-9 p.m. Jan. 25

March 13: Celebration of the Arts: Susan O’Dell Taylor School, Foyer Gallery, 6-8:30 p.m.

March 16-April 21: “Text as Art”

March 16-April 28: Community Inclusion Project, Faculty-Student Gallery

April 13-21: “Mike Joyce: Swissted,” main gallery, reception, 6:30-8:30 p.m. April 18

May 18-June 16: Fence Salon, main gallery reception, 5-9 p.m. May 29

May 21-June 2: Questar New Visions Art Show, Faculty-Student Gallery

Berkshire Museum, Pittsfield, Mass. 413-443-7171, www.berkshiremuseum.org

Jan. 19-May 12: “Bats: Creatures of the Night,” video, photography, life-like models and habitats

Feb. 9-June 2: “Ansel Adams: Masterworks,” 48 photographs

Through March 3: “Wink: Pairings from the Berkshire Museum’s Collections”

Chapel + Cultural Center, Troy. www.chapelandculturalcenter.org

Through Feb. 28: “P-A-S-S-I-O-N: The Work of Erica Veil”

Courthouse Gallery, Lake George Arts Project, Lake George. 668-2616, www.lakegeorgearts.org

Jan. 19-Feb. 22: Esme Thompson

March 9-April 12: Patricia Bellan-Gillen

May 4-June 7: Melanie Kozol

Dietel Gallery, Emma Willard, Troy. 883-1815, www.emmawillard.org

Jan. 18-Feb. 24: Photographs from the Emma Willard Collection

March 1-April 28: Elizabeth Peters

May 13-26: Senior Art Show

EMPAC, Troy. 276-3921, empac.rpi.edu

April 5-6: “Colin Gee: In the First Place...,” dance film installation about memory and location by actor-clown-contemporary artist

April 5-6: “Sarah Michelson: Devotion Study #2,” dance translated into animation

April 12-13: “Robert Henke: Fragile Territories,” installation using state-of-the-art laser system

Esther Massry Art Gallery, Massry Center for the Arts, College of Saint Rose, Albany. 337-4871, www.strose.edu

Jan. 20-March 1: “BiPOLAR Journeys to the Ends of the Earth,” Janet Biggs, Elise Engler and S. Itty Neuhaus, reception 5-7 p.m. Feb. 1, artist’s panel, 7 p.m. Feb. 1 at Saint Joseph Auditorium

April 6-16: Senior Show, reception, 5-7 p.m. April 6

May 5-10: Graduate Show, reception, 2-4 p.m. May 5

Fenimore Art Museum, Cooperstown. www.cooperstownart.com

(Closed for winter. Reopens March 30)

The Hyde Collection, Glens Falls. 792-1761, www.hydecollection.org

Jan. 26-April 14: “50 at 50: Five Decades of Collecting at the Hyde,” Wood Gallery

Iroquois Indian Museum, Howe Caverns. 296-8949, www.iroquoismuseum.org

(Closed for winter. Reopens May 1)

The Laffer Gallery, Schuylerville. thelaffergallery.com, 695-3181

Through Jan. 20: “Upstate Artists,” juried group show

Mandeville Gallery, Nott Memorial, Union College, Schenectady. 388-6000, www.union.edu/gallery

Through March 10: “Art or Evidence: The Power of Photojournalism,” portfolio of international photojournalist Gilles Peress, which includes work from conflicts in Northern Ireland, Iran, Rwanda and Bosnia. Lecture by Alison Morley from New York’s International Center of Photography, 5 p.m. Feb. 7

April 4-May 26: “A Grand View: Joseph Ramee’s Drawings for Union College,” 40 drawings and watercolors commissioned in 1813 for expansion of Union College.

MASS MoCA, North Adams, Mass. 413-662-2111, www.massmoca.org

Through October: “Xu Bing: Phoenix,” large-scale installation in Building No. 5

Through Feb. 4: “Invisible Cities”

March 23-Feb. 2014: “Life’s Work: Tom Phillips and Johnny Carrera,” “Mark Dion: The Octagon Room” and “One-Minute Film Festival: 10 Years”

April 6: “3-2-1! Celebration”

Through April 8: “O Canada”

May 26-April 7, 2014: Guillaume Leblon

May 26-April 7, 2014: Jason Middlebrook

May 26-April 7, 2014: Joseph Montgomery

Kidspace:

Through May 28: “Curiousity,” 10 artists create unusual artworks

National Museum of Dance, Saratoga Springs. 584-4515, www.dancemuseum.org

(Closed for winter. Reopens March 19)

New York State Museum, Albany. 474-5877, nysm.nysed.gov

Through Jan. 20: “1934: A New Deal for Artists,” 50 paintings

Jan. 26-May 19: “Gordon Parks: 100 Moments,” Park’s photographs of African-Americans from the 1940s

Feb. 16-May 12: “Eugene Ludins: An American Fantasist,” retrospective of paintings, photographs and memorabilia of Hudson Valley artist

Through Feb. 17: “New York’s Goodwill Moon Rock!”

Through Feb. 24: “Seneca Ray Stoddard: Capturing the Adirondacks,” 100 photos

Through Feb. 24: “The Marshall House Flag”

March 28-April 11: “Can You Imagine,” third annual CANstruction, teams of engineers, architects, contractors and students build structures using canned goods

March 30-Sept. 22: “I Shall Think of You Often: The Civil War Story of Doctor and Mary Tarbell”

Through Sept. 22: “An Irrepressible Conflict: The Empire State in the Civil War,” explores New York’s role in the war, through maps, documents, photos and artifacts

Norman Rockwell Museum, Stockbridge, Mass. 413-298-4100, www.nrm.org

Through Jan. 21: “Norman Rockwell: Home for the Holidays”

Through Feb. 3: “All in the Rockwell Family: The Art of Mary-Amy Cross”

Through Feb. 24: “Heroes and Villains: The Comic Book Art of Alex Ross”

March 9-May 5: “Istvan Banyai: Stranger in a Strange Land,” Hungarian illustrator

Oakroom Artists, Schenectady First Unitarian Society, Schenectady. 399-4049, www.oakroomartists.com

Jan. 21-Feb. 25: Annual Oakroom Group Show, reception, Jan. 27

March 1-April 1: Doretta Miller and Tom Schottman, reception, March 11

April 7-30: Beverly Bondley and Audrey Kuhn, reception, April 7

May 1-31: Constance Dodge and Beverley Mastrianni, reception May 5

Opalka Gallery, Sage Colleges, Albany. 292-7742, www.sage.edu/opalka

Jan. 22-April 21: “Stories & Journeys: The Works of Faith Ringgold and Aminah Brenda Lynn Robinson, reception 5-9 p.m. Feb. 1; guided tour 6 p.m. March 1; and lecture, “Oral History and Memory,” 6:30 p.m. April 5.

Photography Center of the Capital Region, Troy. 273-0100, www.photocentertroy.org

Jan. 18-Feb. 17: “12-12-12: One Day in the Life,” group show of photos relating to Dec. 12, 2012, reception 5-9 p.m. Jan. 25

Saratoga Clay Arts Center, Schuylerville. saratogaclayarts.org, 581-2529

Through Jan. 14: 2nd Annual Membership Exhibition

Jan. 26: 2nd Annual Chili Bowl Fundraiser

Feb. 2-March 2: “Atmospheric Perspective,” Kenyon Hanson, Fred Herbst, Mitch Iburg, Lindsay Oesterritter and Tara Wilson, reception 5-7 p.m. Feb 2

March 16-April 13: Baltimore Clayworks Show, Kyle Bauer and Shayla Marsh, reception 5-7 p.m. March 16

April 20-May 18: “Talya Alpern,” reception 5-7 p.m. April 20

Schick Gallery, Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs. 580-5049, cms.skidmore.edu/schick

Feb. 7-March 21: Juried Student Exhibition, reception 5:30-7:30 p.m. Feb. 7

April 4-May 19: “The Mythic Figure,” sculptors William Tucker and Ed Smith, painter Pamela Avril

Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute, Williamstown, Mass., 413-488-2303, www.clarkart.edu

Through Jan. 20: “In Montreal: Once Upon a Time...Impressionism Paintings from the Clark”

Through Jan. 20: “Giselle’s Remix: AuCurate Exhibition”

Through April 21: “Backstories”

Through Sept. 8: “Kidspace@The Clark: Lions and Tigers and Museums, Oh My!”

Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery, Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs. 580-8080, tang.skidmore.edu

Jan. 19-July 28: “Someday is Now: The Art of Corita Kent”

Jan. 26-May 19: “Opener 24: Carrie Moyer”

Through April 7: “We the People”

University Art Museum, University at Albany, Albany. 442-4035, www.albany.edu/museum

Feb. 5-April 6: “The Diaristic Impulse,” artists who obsessively record time and activities, reception, 5-7 p.m. Feb. 5

May 3-May 19: Master of Fine Arts Thesis Exhibition, reception, 5-7 p.m. May 10

Upstate Artists Guild, Albany. 694-3090, www.upstateartistsguild.org

Through Jan. 25: “In Art We Trust,” politically inspired art

Feb. 1-22: “Ex’s & O’s,” love inspired art, 1st Friday, Feb. 1

March 1-22: “Skin,” figurative art show, 1st Friday, March 1

April 5-26: “K-12,” Capital Area K-12 Student Work, !st Friday, April 5, featured artist room: Colonie High School

May 3-24: “Lay of the Land,” landscape show, 1st Friday, May 3

View Point Gallery, Sunnyview Rehabilitation Hospital, Schenectady. www.nehealth.com

Jan. 14-March 29: Sunnyview’s Studio Arts Program: Recent Student Work, reception 2:30-4 p.m. Feb. 20

Visual Arts Gallery, SUNY Adirondack, www.sunyacc.edu

Through Feb. 21: “Information Overload,” paintings by Steven Pearson

Williams College Museum of Art, Williamstown, Mass. 413-597-2429, www.wmca.org

Feb. 2-May 12: “Teaching With Art: The Persian Image”

Feb. 2-June 30: “Labeltalk 2013: India”

Feb. 16-June 9: “Painting Below the Lines,” contemporary painters created paintings based on painting described in novels

Through April 21: “Kidspace at WCMA: Artistic Curiosity”

THEATER

Albany Civic Theater, Albany. 462-1297, www.albanycivictheater.org

Feb. 2-24: “The Laramie Project”

May 3-19: “The Oldest Profession”

C-R Productions, Cohoes Music Hall, Cohoes. 237-5858, www.cohoesmusichall.com

March 7–17: “Five Guys Named Moe”

April 4-14: “Sugar”

May 9-19: “Nunsensations”

Capital Repertory Theatre, Albany. 445-7469, www.capitalrep.org

Jan. 15-Feb. 10: “Race”

March 5-30: “The Single Girls Guide”

April 23-May 19: “Red”

Classic Theater Guild, Schenectady. 346-6204, www.proctors.org

Feb. 15–24: “Brighton Beach Memoirs”

April 5–14: “A Soldier’s Play”

May 31–June 9: “Doubt”

Colonial Little Theatre, Johnstown. 762-4325, coloniallittletheatre.blogspot.com

March 8-17: “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?”

Colonial Theatre, Pittsfield. 413-997-4444, www.berkshiretheatregroup.org

March 14-16: “Spank! A Musical Parody”

May 10: Joan Rivers (Comedy)

Curtain Call Theatre, Latham. 877-7529, www.curtaincalltheatre.com

Through Feb 9: “Dracula”

Feb. 22-March 23: “These Shining Lives”

April 5-May 11: “Our Son’s Wedding”

Home Made Theater, Spa Little Theatre, Saratoga Springs. 587-4427, www.homemadetheater.org

Feb. 8-24: “The 39 Steps”

April 19-May 5: “Leading Ladies”

The Egg, Albany. 473-1845, www.theegg.org

Jan. 30: Dr. Kaboom! (Children’s)

Feb. 2: Lisa Lampanelli (Comedy)

Feb. 14: Walk On! The Story of Rosa Parks (Children’s)

March 10 & 11: Guess How Much I Love You & I Love My Little Storybook (Children’s)

March 17: Comedy Pet Theatre (Children’s)

April 11: David Sedaris (Readings)

April 12: Dinosaur Petting Zoo (Children’s)

April 13: Amy Schumer (Comedy)

April 19: Pajanimals Live: Pajama Playdate (Children’s)

May 2-3: Spank! The Fifty Shades Parody

Glens Falls Civic Center, Glens Falls. 432-2849, www.glensfallscc.com

Jan. 29-30: Sesame Street Live “Elmo’s Super Heroes” (Children’s)

The Linda, Albany. 465-5233 ext. 4, www.wamc.org

Jan. 26: Cuzin Mann (Comedy)

Not-So-Common Players, Clifton Park-Halfmoon Library, Clifton Park. 371-6681, 877-5648, notsocommonplayers.org

Jan. 25–27: “The Beast” (World Premiere)

April 19–28: “Bingo, The Winning Musical!”

Oldcastle Theatre Company, Bennington, Vt. 802-447-0564, www.oldcastletheatre.org

March 22-April 7: “Around the World in 80 Days”

April 26–May 5: “A Strange Disappearance of Bees”

May 24–June 9: “Other People’s Money”

Palace Theatre, Albany. 464-3334, www.palacealbany.com

Feb. 1-3: Sesame Street Live “Elmo’s Super Heroes” (Children’s)

March 3: Mike Epps (Comedy)

March 22: Lewis Black “The Rant is Due” (Comedy)

Proctors, Schenectady. 346-6204, www.proctors.org

Jan. 15–20: “Potted Potter”

Jan. 18: MOPCO

Jan. 22-27: “Million Dollar Quartet”

Jan. 25-27: “One Man Star Wars Trilogy”

Feb. 5-7: “Green Day’s American Idiot”

Feb. 12-17: “Priscilla, Queen of the Desert, The Musical”

March 8-9: “Fela!”

March 16: Rich Little (Comedy)

April 4: Ron White (Comedy)

April 9-14: “Cathy Rigby is Peter Pan”

April 30-May 5: “Les Misérables”

May 17: Penn & Teller (Comedy/magic)

May 18: Nobodies of Comedy (Comedy)

Schenectady Civic Players, Schenectady. 382-2081, www.civicplayers.org

Jan. 25-27 & Jan. 31-Feb. 3: “Three Tall Women”

March 15-17 & 20-25: “Woman in Mind”

May 3-5 & 8-12: “Sunday in the Park With George”

Schenectady Light Opera Company, Schenectady. 877-350-7378, www.sloctheater.org

Feb. 8-10 & 14-17: “Dirty Rotten Scoundrels”

March 15-17 & 21-24: “The Sound of Music”

May 10-12 & 16-19: “Sweet Charity”

Steamer No. 10 Theatre, Albany. 438-5503, www.steamer10theatre.org

Feb. 15-16: The Timekeepers

Mar. 22-24: Ah, Wilderness

May 17-19: Little Foxes

Troy Savings Bank Music Hall, Troy. 273-0038, www.troymusichall.org

Jan. 26: “Michael Cooper’s Masked Marvels and Wondertales”

March 13: The Acting Company’s “As You Like It”

University at Albany, Performing Arts Center, Albany. 442-3995, www.albany.edu/pac

April 17-27: “In the Next Room or The Vibrator Play”

Charles R. Wood Theater, Glens Falls. 874-0800, www.woodtheater.org

Jan. 18: Adirondack Theatre Festival winter benefit

Feb. 1-2: “Honk! — The Ugly Duckling”

Feb. 16: APE 24-Hour Play Fest

March 8-10: “All My Sons”

May 3-5: “Harvey”

DANCE

Arts Center of the Capital Region, Troy. 273-0552, www.artscenteronline.org

April 12 and 13: Nacre Dance

Eba Theatre, Albany. 465-9916, www.eba-arts.org

May (date TBA): Maude Baum and Company Dance Theatre

The Egg, Albany. 473-1845, www.theegg.org

Feb. 8: Brian Brooks Moving Company in “Big City”

Feb. 10: New York Theatre Ballet in “Peter and the Wolf”

March 1: PHILADANCO in “Wake Up!”

April 21: Pilobolus in “Classics”

EMPAC, Troy. 276-3921, empac.rpi.edu

Jan. 25: Kris Verdonck and Alix Eynaudi in “Exit”

May 10: Lisbeth Gruwez in “It’s going to get worse and worse and worse, my friend”

MASS MoCA, North Adams, Mass. 413-662-2111, www.massmoca.org

Feb. 8: LeeSaar The Company in “grass and jackals”

March 2 and 3: Les Ballets Jazz de Montreal

Proctors, Schenectady. 346-6204, www.proctors.org

March 24: Slask Polish Song and Dance Ensemble

March 29: Kodo

April 5 and 6: Next Move Festival of Modern Dance

Russell Sage College, Troy. 435-0510, www.nacredance.com

April 25 and 26: Nacre Dance

Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs. 580-5392, www.skidmore.edu

March 23: Armitage Gone! Dance

April 5, 6 and 7: Skidmore College students in “An Evening with the Ballets Russes”

April 25-27: Skidmore College students in Spring Dance Concert

Spa Little Theatre, Saratoga Springs. 435-0510, www.nacredance.com

March 2 and 3: Nacre Dance

Troy Savings Bank Music Hall, Troy. 273-0038, www.troymusichall.org

May 4: Ellen Sinopoli Dance Company

POP/ROCK/BLUES

Bayou Café, Albany. 462-9033, www.bayou cafe.com

Jan. 13: Afton presents Local Music Showcase

Jan. 18: Timbre Coup

Jan. 19: Zeta

Jan. 19: Turbulent Theory

Jan. 24: Aqueous

Jan. 25: Gang of Thieves, and Hallertau

Jan. 26: Hot Day at the Zoo, and the Blind Owl Band

Feb. 1: Company of Thieves (acoustic)

March 28: Bridging the Music — Local Band Showcase

Bayou Café, Glenville. 384-1568, wwwbayoucafe.com

Jan. 18: Headroom

Jan. 19: Chalkdust Torture

Jan. 25: The Pipe Kings

Jan. 26: Inky Salad

Bearsville Theater, Woodstock. 845-679-4406, www.bearsvilletheater.com

Jan. 17: The Wailers

Jan. 20: NRBQ

Jan. 26: CKS (Ciarlante, Katz, Sharrard)

Feb. 2: The Band “3”

Feb. 9-10: Music of “Jesus Christ Superstar”

Feb. 16: Matisyahu

March 9: Booker T.

March 29: Joan Osborne

Caffe Lena, Saratoga Springs. 583-0022, www.caffelena.org

Jan. 13: Songs of Pete & Dottie Spoor

Jan. 14: Storytelling open mic

Jan. 17: Open mic

Jan. 18: Brother Sun

Jan. 19: Frank Jaklitsch & Friends

Jan. 20: Pierce & Grace Pettis

Jan. 24: Open mic

Jan. 25: Bill Staines

Jan. 26: Spuyten Duyvil

Jan. 27: Magpie

Jan. 31: Open mic

Feb. 1: Cliff Eberhardt

Feb. 2: Jack Landron

Feb. 3: Rani Arbo & daisy mayhem

Feb. 6: Poetry open mic

Feb. 7: Open mic

Feb. 8: The Grand Slambovians

Feb. 9: The Heather Maloney Band

Feb. 10: Dirck Toll presents Leveling Charges

Feb. 10: Colleen Kattau & Some Guys

Feb. 14: Open mic

Feb. 15: Dance Flurry open mic

Feb. 16: Dance Flurry Folk Oasis

Feb. 17: The Revelers

Feb. 21: Open mic

Feb. 22: Sean Tyrrell

Feb. 23: Sean Rowe

Feb. 24: Corey Harris

Feb. 28: Open mic

March 1: Bluegrass Gospel Project

March 2: David Roth, and kRi & Hettie

March 3: Martyn Joseph

March 6: Poetry open mic

March 7: Open mic

March 8: The Broken String Band

March 8: Pesky J. Nixon, and ilyAIMY

March 10: Mary Gauthier, Scott Nolan, and Joanna Miller

March 11: Storytelling open mic

March 14: Open mic

March 15: Chandler Travis Birthday Bash, with Jack Grace

March 16: Maple Leaf Series with Jon Brooks

March 17: St. Michael’s Day with Walt Michael & Company

March 20: Emerging Artists Breakout with Margo Macero

March 21: Open mic

March 22-23: 9th Annual Blues Weekend

March 24: Long Time Courting

March 27: Emerging Artists Breakout with Katie Martucci

March 28: Open mic

March 29: Gathering Time

March 30: M.R. Poulopoulis, and Caitlin Canty

April 3: Poetry open mic

April 5: Garnet Rogers, and Karyn Oliver

Calvin Theatre, Northampton, Mass. 413-584-1444, www.iheg.com

Jan. 17: Guster, and Yellowbirds

Jan. 18: Bela Fleck’s Banjo Summit featuring Tony Trischka, Bill Keith, Richie Stearns, Eric Weissberg and Noam Pikelny

Jan. 19: Get the Led Out (Led Zeppelin tribute)

Jan. 24: Citizen Cope

Feb. 15: The Punch Brothers, and Anais Mitchell

Feb. 23: Pentatonix

March 1: The Indigo Girls, and the Shadowboxers

March 2: The Saw Doctors

March 22: Gaelic Storm

April 6: The Fab Faux (Beatles tribute)

April 13: Carolina Chocolate Drops

May 9: Josh Ritter & the Royal City Band, and the Felice Brothers

Club Helsinki, Kingston. 828-4800, www.helsinkihudson.com

Jan. 14: Tas Cru

Jan. 18: Lake Street Dive

Jan. 19: Brown Bird

Jan. 21: Deep Chemistry

Jan. 27: Home Bass (Habitat for Humanity benefit)

Feb. 1: Martin Sexton

Feb. 10: Linda Lavin in Helsinki on Broadway

Feb. 15: The Ryan Montbleau Band

Feb. 23, March 22 & April 27: Bindlestiff Family Circus Cabaret

March 3: James McMurtry

March 16: The Paul Thorn Band

March 23: Simone Dinnerstein & Tift Merritt

May 19: James McCartney

Colonial Theatre, Pittsfield, Mass. 413-997-4444, www.berkshiretheatregroup.com

Jan. 26: The Blues Show featuring Popa Chubby, the James Montgomery Blues Band and the Arthur Holmes Blues Band

Feb. 9: Power Balladz (1980s singalong)

Feb. 17: The Official Blues Brothers Revue

Feb. 19: Popovich Comedy Pet Theater (pet circus)

Feb. 23: International Guitar Night featuring Brian Gore, Martin Taylor, Solorazaf, and Guinga

March 21: The Hit Men

April 7: Jimmy Sturr

The Egg, Albany. 473-1845, www.theegg.org

Jan. 18: Jesse Cook

Jan. 25: Loudon Wainwright III

Jan. 26: Manhattan Transfer

Jan. 27: Alfie Boe

Feb. 2: Greg Brown

Feb. 6: Grace Potter & the Nocturnals - SOLD OUT

Feb. 13: Josh Ritter & the Royal City Band, and the Dunwells

Feb. 14: Albert Lee, and Kate Taylor

Feb. 15: Suzzy & Lucy Wainwright Roche, with Rob Morsberger

Feb. 16: The Wiyos, and Mike & Ruthy

Feb. 22: The Wood Brothers

Feb. 23: Shawn Mullins

March 2: Enter the Haggis

March 2: Cowboy Junkies

March 7: Bucky Pizzarelli & Frank Vignola with Vinny Raniolo

March 9: Altan

March 9: The Hammer of the Gods (Led Zeppelin tribute)

March 16: Al Kooper & Jimmy Vivino

March 17: Maura O’Connell

April 17: Renaissance

April 26: Leo Kottke

April 27: Time for Three

Pop/Rock/Blues

(con’t)

The Eighth Step @ Proctors, Schenectady. 434-1703. www.eighthstep.org

Feb. 16: Red Molly, and Steel Wheels

Feb. 23: Bethany & Rufus Roots Quartet

March 10: The Troubles (Tommy Moira & Fionan Sands)

March 23: John McEuen & Martha Redbone

April 6: Lou & Peter Berryman

April 14: Tom Paxton

April 20: Vishten

May 11: Tom Rush

May 12: Pete & Peggy Seeger (on Main Stage)

EMPAC, Troy. 276-3921 www.empac.rpi.edu

Jan. 26: Eric Joris: Headswap

Feb. 7: Ben Frost

Feb. 15-6: Hot Box, Brian Rogers/The Chocolate Factory

Feb. 22-23: Allison Berkoy “Untitled Apocalypse”

Feb. 27: Neil Rolnick “Music for Violin, Piano & Computer”

March 22: Radiohole “Inflatable Frankenstein”

April 5-6: Colin Gee “In the First Place”

April 5-6: Sarah Michelson “Devotional Study #2”

April 12: Robin Fox

April 27: Marie Brassard “Trieste”

May 3-4: Heidi Boisvert “(radical) signs of life”

May 3: Ryoichi Kurokawa “syn_”

May 10: Lisbeth Gruwez “it’s going to get worse and worse and worse, my friend”

Glens Falls Civic Center, Glens Falls. 432-2849, www.glensfallscc.com

March 1: Third Day, Colton Dixon, and Josh Wilson

Iron Horse. Northampton, Mass. 413-586-8686, www.iheg.com

Jan. 16: Oliver Mtukudzi + Black Spirits

Jan. 17: Reconstruction of the Fables (R.E.M. tribute) with Mark Mulcahy, Rusty Belle, Winterpillls, Golden Bloom, Heather Maloney, Goldwater the Second, the Fawns, Rocky Roberts & Friends, Spanish for Hitchiking, the Lonesome Brothers, School for the Dead, and Orange Crush

Jan. 18: Paula Cole

Jan. 18: The Grateful Dread (Grateful Dead reggae tribute)

Jan. 19: Iris Dement, and Jason Wilber

Jan. 20: Della Mae; and Girls, Guns & Glory

Jan. 24: Meg Hutchinson

Jan. 25: Layaali Arabic Music Ensemble

Jan. 26: Aztec Two-Step

Jan. 27: Kim Simmonds & Savoy Brown

Jan. 30: Kishi Bashi, and Tall Tall Trees

Jan. 31: Big Dipper, and Chris Collingwood (Fountains of Wayne)

Jan. 31: The Z Three (organ trio Zappa tribute)

Feb. 1: Antje Duvekot, and Mark Ereli

Feb. 1: Ramona Falls

Feb. 2: Rani Arbo & daisy mayhem

Feb. 2: Matt Maratea, and Chris Lombardi

Feb. 6: Jeff Holmes Quartet

Feb. 7: Hayes Carll

Feb. 8: The Residents

Feb. 9: Seth Glier

Feb. 9: Orange Television, and Fungus Amungus

Feb. 10: Rainy Day People (Gordon Lightfoot and Jim Croce tributes)

Feb. 13: Stew & the Negro Problem

Feb. 14: Ryan Montbleau Band

Feb. 15: Melissa Ferrick

Feb. 16: The Grand Slambovians

Feb. 16: The Werks

Feb. 17: The Steeldrivers

Feb. 21: Richard Shindell

Feb. 22: Steve Forbert

Feb. 22: Brother Josephus & the Love Revolution Revival Orchestra

Feb. 23: Luther “Guitar Junior” Johnson & the Magic Rockers

Feb. 23: Lord Russ, and the Chandler Travis Philharmonic

Feb. 26: John Corbett

Feb. 28: Shawn Mullins

March 1: Elephant Revival

March 2: Ellis Paul Band

March 3: Will Evans (Barefoot Truth), and the Sweet Remains

March 5: Aaron Carter

March 6: Marcia Ball

March 7: James McMurtry, and Ray Mason

March 8: Jonathan Edwards

March 9: Peter Mulvey, and Jeffrey Foucault

March 9: Bad Rabbits, and Children of the Night

March 14: Solas

March 15: Maura O’Connell

March 16: The Big Bad Bollocks

March 17: Zoe Darrow & the Fiddleheads

March 19: Freshlyground

March 20: That 1 Guy

March 21: Long Time Courting, and Robbie O’Connell

March 22: Willie Nile

March 22: Outer Stylie

March 23: John Eddie

March 29: Bill Kirchen & Too Much Fun, and Li’l BeeDee & the Doo-Rites

March 30: Hey Marseilles

April 1: Darwin Deez, and Caged Animals

April 4: Leon Redbone

April 5: Jason Anderson, and John Craigie & Lee Jones

April 6: Lori McKenna Band

April 6: Kids on a Hill

April 7: Tylan (Girlyman), and Andrea Gibson

April 14: David Mallett

April 17: Tommy Castro & the Painkillers

April 21: Annalivia, and John Whelan

April 23: Junior Brown

April 26: Tim Eriksen

April 28: Kris Allen

May 11: Patty Larkin

May 18: Dougie MacLean

May 19: The Diamond Collection (Neil Diamond tribute)

May 20: The Northamptones

The Linda, Albany. 465-5233 ext. 4, www.wamc.org

Feb. 1: Tift Merritt, and David Wax Museum

March 1: Jim Gaudet & the Railroad Boys

Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center, Great Barrington, Mass. 413-528-0100. www.mahaiwe.org

Feb. 23: Angelique Kidjo

March 24: Masters of the Fiddle: Natalie McMaster and Donnell Leahy

MASS MoCA, North Adams, Mass. 413-662-2111, www.massmoca.org

Feb. 2: Superhuman Happiness

Feb. 9: Chicha Libre (Psychedelic Latin Dance Party)

Feb. 16: Jeff Mangum

Feb. 23: My Robot Friend

March 9: Mamie Minch

March 16: Balkan Beat Box

April 13: Darlingside

April 20: Dan Deacon

April 27: The Lisps: Futurity

Massry Center, The College of Saint Rose, Albany. 337-4871, www.strose.edu

Feb. 22: Livingston Taylor with the College of St. Rose Orchestra

Moon and River Cafe, Schenectady. 382-1938, www.moonandrivercafe.com

Jan. 14: Ukulele night with Ron Gordon

Jan. 15: Rob & Jessica

Jan. 16: Jazzmin

Jan. 17: Running the River

Jan. 18: Snook Sisters

Jan. 19: Stone Thoreaus, Alyssa Yeager, Emily Litwin

Jan. 21: Hootenanny

Jan. 22: Jamie G., Paul Giemza

Jan. 23: Matt Gaudin and friends

Jan. 24: Loose Change

Jan. 25: Zan Strumfeld, Danny Whitecotton

Jan. 26: Amy and Leslie; Ryan, Matt and friends

Jan. 28: Arya Chowdhury

Jan. 29: Summer of Bootsy

Jan. 30: Dangerous on Decaf

Jan. 31: Brian Patrik

Feb. 1: Ariana, Liz and Ray

Feb. 2: Shawn Marosek, Rick Sacchetti, Rob Jonas

Old Songs, Voorheesville. 765-2815, www.oldsongs.org

Jan. 26: Old Songs Sampler featuring Addie & Olin Unleashed!, Annie & Jonny Rosen with Peter Davis, the Wheelbarrow Boys, the Delmar Desperadoes, Jeff Gonzales, and Greg Schaaf

Feb. 9: Dave Gunning

March 8: Lissa Schneckenburger

April 19: Brother Sun

May 10: Patrick Ball

Palace Theatre, Albany. 464-3334, www.palacealbany.com

Jan. 26: Trey Anastasio Band

Feb. 8: The Annual Black History Month Step Show

March 18: RAIN (Beatles tribute)

April 4: Johnny Mathis

April 18: Scotty McCreery

May 9: Sandy Hackett’s Rat Pack Show

May 11: Joe Bonamassa

Pearl Street Nightclub, Northampton, Mass. 413-584-7771, www.iheg.com

Jan. 25: Jimkata, Turkuaz, and EatUrAura

Feb. 2: The Slackers

Feb. 6: Aer, Cisco Adler, and Mod Sun

Feb. 8: Donna the Buffalo, and Paint

Feb. 8: G-Eazy, and Skizzy Mars

Feb. 16: Aesop Rock with Rob Sonic & DJ Big Wiz; Busdriver; and DJ Jay Skee

Feb. 27: Murder by Death, and Man Man

March 9: Ra Ra Riot, and Pacific Air

April 20: Dopapod

Proctors, Schenectady. 346-6204, www.proctors.org

Jan. 24: Peter Gabriel “New Blood Live in London” (concert film)

Jan. 30: Heart

Feb. 1: Pipes and Drums of the Blackwatch 3rd Batallion, and the Royal Regiments of Scotland and Scots Guards

Feb. 20: The Doors Live at the Bowl ’68 (concert film)

March 15: The Irish Tenors (Wright, Kearns and Tynan)

March 20: Hendrix 70: Live at Woodstock (concert film)

March 23: 60s Spectacular featuring Peter Noone/Herman’s Hermits, Mary Wilson (the Supremes), Jay & the Americans, and the Happenings

April 6: Elvis Lives (Elvis Presley tribute)

April 19: Melba Moore “Gospel Jubilee”

April 20: Voca People

April 26: Jim Brickman

May 10: Tom Chapin & Friends

Putnam Den, Saratoga Springs. 584-8066, www.putnamden.com

Jan. 24: John Brown’s Body, and Barika

Jan. 25: Floodwood

Feb. 1: The Garcia Project

Feb. 7: Lazy River Groove (Grateful Dead tribute)

Feb. 9: Mike Perkins Project (autism benefit)

Feb. 15: Eastbound Jesus

Feb. 23: Paranoid Social Club, and the Mallett Brothers Band

Red Square, Albany. 465-0444, www.redsquarealbany.com

Jan. 18: Jimkata

Jan. 26: Turkuaz, and the Chronicles

Feb. 28: Dopapod, and Big Something

Steamer No. 10 Theatre, Albany. 438-5503, www.steamer10theatre.org

Jan. 19: Annie & the Hedonists

May 5: Frank Jaklitsch & Friends

Times Union Center, Albany. 487-2000, www.timesunioncenter-albany.com

Jan. 27: Jeff Dunham

Feb. 20: Tiesto, Tommy Trash, and Quintino.

March 2: Miranda Lambert, Dierks Bentley, and Lee Brice

March 21: Kenny Chesney, the Eli Young Band, and Kacey Musgraves

Troy Savings Bank Music Hall, Troy. 273-0038, www.troymusichall.org

Jan. 26: Michael Cooper’s “Masked Marvels and Wondertales”

Feb. 12: Lost Radio Rounders

March 21: Helen Reddy

March 23: Lisa Loeb

April 13: Julie Fowlis

April 27: Jake Shimabukuro

Upstate Concert Hall, Clifton Park. 371-0012, www.upstateconcerthall.com

Jan. 20: Black Veil Brides, and William Control

Jan. 29: For Today, Memphis May Fire, the Word Alive, Upon a Burning Body, and Gideon

Feb. 6: Sevendust, Lacuna Coil, and Avatar

Feb. 10: Trapt, and Harbour Grace

Feb. 12: Big Gigantic

Feb. 23: Silverstein, Like Moths to Flames, Secrets, Issues, and Glass Cloud

Feb. 26: The Dirty Heads, Shiny Toy Guns, Midi Matilda, and Oh No Fiasco!

March 5: In Flames, Demon Hunger, All Shall Perish, and Battlecross

March 10: The Wonder Years, Fireworks, Hostage Calm, and Misser

March 11: Every Time I Die, the Acacia Strain, Vanna, Hundredth, and No Bragging Rights

March 20: Lindsey Stirling

March 24: Pierce the Veil, Memphis May Fire, Let Live, and Issues

Valentine’s, Albany. 432-6572, www.valentinesalbany.com

Jan. 14: Alex Culbreth & the Dead Country Stars, and Neversink

Jan. 15: Nitty Gritty Poetry Slam

Jan. 16: The Deadbeats

Jan. 18: Sgt. Dunbar & the Hobo Banned

Jan. 22: Cage Match

Jan. 23: The Deadbeats

Jan. 25: Two Cow Garage

Jan. 26: Nixons Spirit Reunion featuring Cats Don’t Have Souls, Broken Glass and Cigarettes, the Safest Place on Earth, and Retard Click

Jan. 26: Formula 5, Brian Lapoint & the Joints

Jan. 27: The Slaughterhouse Chorus, Bridge Under Fire, Maggot Brain, Bad Friends, and Henry’s Rifle

Jan. 29: Nitty Gritty Poetry Slam

Jan. 30: The Deadbeats

Jan. 31: Good Neighbor, and Skinny White Folk

Feb. 1: Knyghts of Fuzz

Feb. 1: Swaggerin’ Growlers

Feb. 2: The Erotics, Society High, Horror Business and Never Odd or Even

Feb. 5: Nitty Gritty Poetry Slam

Feb. 6: The Deadbeats

Feb. 8: Che Guevara T-Shirt, Irradiated Beef, and S.C.O.R.E.

Feb. 12: New Red Scare, Jukebox Romantics, Johnny Madcap & the Distractions, and the Scandals

Feb. 13: The Deadbeats

Feb. 19: Nitty Gritty Poetry Slam

Feb. 20: The Deadbeats

Feb. 22: Mordwolf

Feb. 23: Ken Stringfellow (Posies, Big Star, R.E.M.), and Mod Fiction

Feb. 24: Whitehorse

Feb. 27: The Deadbeats

March 1: WCDB 35th Anniversary Festival Birthday Bash Extravaganza

March 23: New Red Scare

March 30: The Slaughterhouse Chorus, the End Men, Party Boat, and Jack Russell Terrorists

The Van Dyck, Schenectady. 348-7999, www.vandycklounge.com

Jan. 18: The Duke Robillard Band

April 9: Laurence Juber

Washington Avenue Armory. Albany. 512-5203, www.thewashingtonavenuearmory.com

Feb. 1: Kandi Land: A Toxic Fairytale

March 12: Paper Diamond, and Vaski

Charles R. Wood Theater, Glens Falls. 874-0800, www.woodtheater.org

March 16: Beach Party Boys and the Jersey Kid

JAZZ

Ahora, Latin/Jazz! 466-9990. www.jazzlatino.org

May 5: Tres and jazz guitar master Ben Lapidus, University at Albany

May 25: Conga master Chembo Corniel and Grupo Chaworó: Afro Blue Monk. Emerson Auditorium, Union College

Club Helsinki, Hudson. 828-4800, helsinkihudson.com

Jan. 16: Billy Martin & the Wil Blades Duo

The Egg, Albany. 473-1845, www.theegg.org

Jan. 20: Joe Lovano

Jan. 26: The Manhattan Transfer

March 7: Bucky Pizzarelli and Frank Vignola

March 10: SF Jazz Collective

March 24: Kurt Elling

April 7: Al DiMeola & Gonzalo Rubalcaba

EMPAC, Troy. 276-3921, www.empac.rpi.edu

March 29: Peter Evans Quintet

Massry Center, The College of Saint Rose, Albany. 337-4871, www.strose.edu

Feb. 9: Dirty Dozen Brass Band

April 18: Ninety Miles featuring Stefon Harris, Nicholas Payton and David Sanchez

Proctors, Schenectady. 346-6204, www.proctors.org

April 5: Arturo Sandoval

Red Square, Albany. 465-0444, www.redsquarealbany.com

Jan. 15: Previte Trio (Bobby Previte, Mike Gamble, and Fabian Rucker), and Doctor Magnum

Schenectady County Community College, Schenectady. 381-1231, www.sunyscc.edu/academic/music

April 16: Empire Jazz Orchestra with Claudio Roditi

Swingtime Jazz Society, swingtimejazz.org

Jan. 13: Lee Shaw Trio at Stockade Inn, Schenectady. 346-3400

March 10: Terry Gordon Quintet at Panza’s, Saratoga Lake. 584-3548

The Van Dyck, Schenectady. 348-7999, www.vandycklounge.com

Feb. 1: Hot Club of Detroit

Feb. 8: Bopitude with Gary Smulyan

March 9: Stephane Wrembel Band

Williams College, Williamstown, Mass. 413-597-313, www.williams.edu

April 26: Williams Jazz Ensemble with guest artist Lionel Loueke.

Windham Civic Center, Windham. 734-3868, www.greatnortherncatskills.com

Jan. 19: Mulgrew Miller Trio

Zankel Music Center, Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs. 580-5321, www.skidmore.edu/zankel

March 22: Brian Blade and the Fellowship Band

April 21: Los Angeles Guitar Quartet

April 29: Skidmore Big Band

CLASSICAL MUSIC

Albany Pro Musica. David Griggs-Janower, director. 438-6548, www.albanypromusica.org

Feb. 1: High School Choral Festival. Empire State Youth Repertory Orchestra; David Beck director. Troy Savings Bank Music Hall

March 16: “If Music Be the Food of Love.” Capital District Youth Chorale. St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Albany

March 17: See March 16. Proctors

May 11: Bach “St. Matthew Passion.” Troy Savings Bank Music Hall

May 17: Albany High School Chorus. Massry Center for the Arts

Albany Symphony Orchestra. David Alan Miller, music director. 465-4755, www.albanysymphony.com

Feb. 9: Troy Savings Bank Music Hall. Yefim Bronfman, piano. Beethoven, Rouse, Kodály

Feb. 10: See Feb. 9.

March 9: Palace Theatre. Ida Kavafian, violin. Daugherty, Ortiz, Mussorgsky

March 10: Palace Theatre. “Compose Yourself” symphony for families.

April 27: Palace Theatre. Kevin Cole, piano. Harrison, Gershwin, Gould

April 30: Palace Theatre. “Cowboy Dave” symphony for families

May 2: See April 30.

May 18: Troy Savings Bank Music Hall. Aisslinn Nosky, violin. Vivaldi, Stravinsky, Adams

May 19: See May 18.

American Symphony Orchestra. Leon Botstein, music director. 845-758-7900, www.fishercenter.bard.edu/aso

Feb. 22: Farberman, Bruckner

Feb. 23: See Feb. 22

April 19: All-Wagner

April 20: See April 19

Battenkill Chorale. Janet McGhee, artistic director. 677-8233, 692-8093

Jan. 19-20: St. Joseph’s Catholic Church, Greenwich. Gene Marie Callahan, soprano; Susan Fedak, mezzo-soprano; Rand Reeves, tenor; Jack Brown, bass; Erich Borden, piano; Neil Keen, reed organ. Rossini

April 27-28: St. Joseph’s Catholic Church, Greenwich. Handel, Bach, PDQ Bach

Berkshire Bach Society. Kenneth Cooper, director. 413-528-9277, www.berkshirebach.org

Feb. 17: St. Stephen’s Church, Pittsfield, Mass. Peter Sykes, organ

May 4: 1st Congregational Church, Great Barrington

Burnt Hills Oratorio. Susan Fedak, director. 817-8333, www.bhos.us

March 17: Zankel Music Center. Amy Beach Grand Mass.

Capital Community Voices. Julie Panke, director. 370-5434, ccvsings.blogspot.com

May 4: Genet Elementary School, East Greenbush. “Musical Gems”- standards and pops

Capital Region Wind Ensemble. Brett Wery, conductor. 381-1231, www.sunysccc.edu/academic/music

March 24: Taylor Auditorium, SCCC. James Houlik, tenor saxophone. Ward, Hindemith, Stamp, Dello Joio

Capitol Chamber Artists. Violinist Mary Lou Saetta, artistic director. 458-9231, www.capitolchamberartists.com

Feb. 16: Westminster Presbyterian Church, Albany. Bach, Biber, de la Guerre, Buxtehude

March 23: 1st Congregational Church, Albany. “Celtic Fantasy.” Vaughn Williams

April 20: 1st Congregational Church. “Kreutzer Sonata.” Beethoven, Bridgetower, Kreutzer

May 25: Westminster Presbyterian Church. Anika Szokody, piano

Cathedral Choir Of Men And Boys. Cathedral of All Saints, Albany. Woodrow Bynum, director. 465-1342, www.thecathedralofallsaints.org

March 12: Mozart Vespers and Requiem. Jennifer Aylmer, soprano; Vivien Shotwell, mezzo-soprano; Nicholas Phan, tenor; Nigel Smith, baritone

Clark Art Institute. Williamstown, Mass. 413-458-2303, www.clarkart.edu

Feb. 10: Victor Hill, harpsichord. Bach, Duphly, Scarlatti

March 10: Jennifer Frautschi, violin; Dmitri Murrath, viola; Edward Arron, cello; Jeewon Park, piano. Janacek, Martinu, Schumann

Close Encounters With Music. 800-843-0778, www.cewm.org

Feb. 23: Ventfort Hall, Lenox, MA. Amphion String Quartet.

March 23: Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center, Great Barrington. Eliot Fisk, guitar; Jennifer Zetian, soprano; Yehuda Hanani, cello

April 20: Mahaiwe. Erin Keefe, violin; Jeffrey Swann, piano; Yehuda Hanani, cello

May 18: Mahaiwe. Itamar Zorman, violin; Roman Rabinovich, piano; Yehuda Hanani, cello

Deblasiis Chamber Music Series. The Hyde Collection. Glens Falls. 792-2383, www.deblasiis-chamber-music.org

March 18: Rebel Baroque Ensemble

April 22: Ann Alton, cello; Gabrielius Alekema, piano

May 20: Yvonne Chavez Hansbrough, flute; Young Kim, piano

Empire State Youth Orchestra. Helen Cha-Pyo, music director. 382-7581, www.esyo.org

March 10: Troy Savings Bank Music Hall. ESYO Repertory Orchestra; David Beck conductor. Alfred Fedak, organ. Bizet, Beethoven, Saint-Saëns, Nielsen, Rimsky-Korsakov

The Egg, Albany. 473-1845, www.theegg.org

Jan. 18: Jesse Cook, guitar

EMPAC, Troy. 276-3921, empac.rpi.edu

Feb. 7: Ben Frost

Feb. 27: Neil Rolnick, violin, piano, computer

April 12: Robin Fox, syncronized electronic sound with light

May 3: Syn by Ryoichi Kurokawa, electronic sound and visuals

May 30-June 2: Albany Symphony Orchestra “American Music Festival”

First United Methodist Church, Schenectady. 374-4403, www.gfgm-umc.org/schenectady

March 17: Aaron David Miller, organ

May 5: Young People’s Chorus of New York City

Friends Of Chamber Music. Kiggins Hall, Emma Willard School, Troy. 273-8135, 273-4843, www.friendsofchambermusic.org

Feb. 17: Tokyo String Quartet. Beethoven, Auerbach, Mendelssohn

March 16: New Century Saxophone Quartet. Torke, Cutler, Bernstein

April 20: Horszowski Piano Trio, tenor William Ferguson. Haydn, Rorem, Dvorák

Frobenius Concert Series. United Methodist Church, Saratoga Springs. 584-3720, www.saratogaspringsumc.org

March 15: Mark Miller, organ

Glens Falls Symphony Orchestra. Charles Peltz, music director. 793-1348, www.gfso.org

March 17: 1st Presbyterian Church, Glens Falls. Handel, Bach, Rameau, Vivaldi

May 12: Glens Falls High School auditorium. Elizabeth Pitcairn, violin. Kabalevsky, Prokofiev, Rachmaninoff

Hubbard Hall Opera Theatre. 677-2495, www.hubbardhall.org

Feb. 7, 8, 10, 14, 15, 17: Proctors. Verdi “La Traviata.”

International Festival of Chamber Music. Union College Memorial Chapel, Schenectady. 388-6080, union.edu/concertseries/

Jan. 27: Jeremy Denk, piano. Liszt, Brahms

Feb. 8: Vladimir Feltsman, piano. Bach, Haydn, Mussorgsky

Feb. 24: Anthony McGill, clarinet; Gloria Chien, piano. Debussy, Scriabin, Poulenc, Schumann, Berg, Weber

March 17: East Coast Chamber Orchestra. Mozart, Britten, Purcell, Bartok

March 24: Stefan Jackiw, violin; Anna Polonsky, piano. Stravinsky, Brahms, Fulmer, Strauss

April 7: Sophie Shao, cello; Frank Huang, violin; Roger Tapping, viola; Pei-Yao Wang, piano. Beethoven, Mahler, Brahms

April 28: Emerson String Quartet. Mozart, Berg, Dvorák

Massry Center, The College Of Saint Rose, Albany. 337-4871, www.strose.edu

Jan. 27: See Renaissance Musical Arts

Feb. 16: St. Rose Camerata

March 2: Vladimir Gorbach, guitar

March 10: See Renaissance Musical Arts

April 13: St. Rose Camerata

Mendelssohn Club. Jeff Vredenburg, director. 428-5382, www.mendelssohn.org

May 17: Chancellor’s Hall, Albany. “60s on Up”: Broadway, Beatles, pops

Mohawk Valley Chorus. David Rossi, director. 779-5061, 885-9231, www.mohawkvalleychorus.org

March 9: Ballston Spa Baptist Church, Ballston Spa. Pops.

March 10: St. Mary’s Insitute, Amsterdam. See March 9.

May 19: Amsterdam High School. Orff.

Music Company Orchestra. Gerald Lanoue, conductor. www.mcomusic.org

April 20: Michael’s Banquet House, Cohoes. Broadway show tunes

Music From Salem. Hubbard Hall, Cambridge. 677-2495, www.hubbardhall.org

April 7: Boston Conservatory honors String Quartet. Lila Brown, viola; Judith Gordon, piano. Schumann

Musicians Of Ma’alwyck. 377-3623, www.musiciansofmaalwyck.org

March 19: St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Troy. spring preview

March 29: Westminster Presbyterian Church, Albany. Schütz, Haydn, Ridout

March 30: First Reformed Church, Schenectady. “Seven Last Words of Christ.” Alfred Fedak, organ

April 21: Schuyler Mansion, Albany. Gluck, Devienne, Piccini, Pleyel

Octavo Singers. Curtis Funk, director. 253-7088, www.octavosingers.com

Feb. 10: Sanford Town Library, Loudonville

Feb. 24: Guilderland Public Library, Guilderland

May 5: St. John the Evangelist, Schenectady. Handel

Opera Saratoga’s Opera-to-Go program. 584-6018, www.operasaratoga.org

March 2: Schenectady Civic Playhouse. John Davies’ “Pinocchio”

March 9: Saratoga Springs Public Library. Davies

March 16: NYS Museum, Albany. Davies

March 23: Crandall Public Library, Glens Falls. Davies

Proctors, Schenectady. 346-6204, www.proctors.org

Jan. 15: Helen Maksymicz, Scott Richard, organs

Jan. 20: See Schenectady Symphony Orchestra

Feb. 1: Pipes and Drums of the Blackwatch 3rd

Feb. 7, 8, 10, 14, 15, 17: See Hubbard Hall Opera Theatre

Feb. 19: Claudia Bracaiello, Charlotte Palmeri, organs

March 10: See Schenectady Symphony Orchestra

March 15: Irish Tenors

March 19: Rob Kleinschmidt, Bill Hubert, organs

April 21: See Schenectady Symphony Orchestra

April 23: John Weisner, Leondard Carlson, organs

May 21: Nixon McMillan, Tom Savoy, organs

Renaissance Musical Arts. 371-6511

Jan. 27: Massry Center for the Arts. Anna Lee, violin; Bob Koenig, piano

March 10: Massry Center for the Arts. Elena Zyl, Andrey Ponochevny, pianos

Saint Paul’s Episcopal Church, Albany. Steve Rosenberry, conductor and director of music services. 463-2257, www.stpaulsplace.org

April 21: St. Paul’s choir. Brahms, Franck.

Saint Paul’s Episcopal Church, Troy. 273-7351, www.stpaulstroy.org

Feb. 19: Gioacchino Longobardi, piano

March 19: See Musicians of Ma’alwyck

May 21: Helderberg Madrigal Singers

Saratoga Chamber Players. Jill Levy, artistic director. 584-1427, www.saratogachamberplayers.org

Feb. 3: United Methodist Church, Saratoga Springs. Jill Levy, violin; Margaret Kampmeier, piano. Beethoven, Stravinsky, Pärt, Schumann

March 31: United Methodist Church. Haydn, Brahms, Schoenberg

Schenectady County Community College. 381-1231, www.sunysccc.edu/academic/music

Feb. 4: Hyperion Quartet; Kristin Stewart, flute; Mark Evans, piano; Karen Hosmer, oboe; SCCC Vocal Chamber Ensemble; Lucille Beer, mezzo-soprano. Bach, Britten, Purcell.

March 7: Finger Lakes Guitar Quartet. Brown, Holland, Rossini, Granados, Fauré

Schenectady Symphony Orchestra. Charles Schneider, Music Director. 372-2500, www.schenectadysymphony.org

Jan 20: Proctors. Tom Gerbino, clarinet. Mozart, Mendelssohn

March 10: Proctors. Mozart, Holst, Purcell, Copland

April 21: Proctors. Ryan Reilly, piano; Anthony Bellino, trumpet. Tchaikovsky, Artunian, Beethoven

Tannery Pond Concerts. 888-820-1696, www.tannerypondconcerts.org

May 25: Matt Haimovitz, cello; Christopher O’Riley, piano

Thursday Musical Club. Julie Panke, director. 374-1930, www.tmcsingers.org

April 7: First Reformed Church, Schenectady. Liz Bishop, narrator; Musicians of Ma’alwyck trio. Valerie Crescenz premiere; Walker, Broadway medley

Troy Chromatic Concerts. 273-0038, www.troychromatics.org

March 27: Troy Savings Bank Music Hall. Kirill Gerstein, piano. Haydn, Mehldau, Brahms, Stravinsky

April 24: Swedish Chamber Orchestra. Thomas Dausgaard, conductor; Garrick Ohlsson, piano. Beethoven, Brahms

Troy Savings Bank Music Hall. 273-0038, www.troymusichall.org

Jan. 19: A Far Cry chamber orchestra. Biber, Pärt, Golijov, Walton

Feb. 9-10: See Albany Symphony Orchestra

Feb. 16: Nai-Ni Chen Dance and the Ahn Trio.

March 12: Duo Marchand

March 27: See Troy Chromatics

April 9: Huguenot Trio of violin, clarinet, piano

April 24: See Troy Chromatics

May 14: Findlay Cockrell, piano

May 18-19: See Albany Symphony Orchestra

University at Albany Performing Arts Center. 442-3995, www.albany.edu/pac

April 10: Williams Chamber Players: Doris Stevenson, piano; Joanna Kurkowicz, violiin. Brahms, Grieg

April 25: Talavya: Indian handdrum. Divyang Vakil

Westminster Presbyterian Church Music Series. Albany. 436-8544, www.wpcalbany.org

Feb. 16: See Capitol Chamber Artists

March 29: See Musicians of Ma’alwyck

April 12: Bruce Neswick, organ

May 25: See Capitol Chamber Artists

Young Musicians Forum. Niskayuna Public Library. 386-2249

Jan. 26: Iryna Abatskaya, piano. Bach, Beethoven, Liszt, Scriabin, Chopin

Feb. 16: Christina Lee, cello; Andrew Tyson, piano

March 23: Azamat Sydykov, piano

April 27: Shu Lin Guo, piano

May 25: Miles Jacques, clarinet

Zankel Music Center, Skidmore College. 580-5321, www.skidmore.edu/zankel

Feb. 2: New York Philharmonic Brass Quintet

Feb. 15: Ensemble ACJW

March 17: See Burnt Hills Oratorio Society

March 21: Gabriela Montero, piano

March 23: American String Quartet

April 11: Pola Baytelman, piano

April 21: Los Angeles Guitar Quartet

 
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