December 9, 2011
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Every other year the two chapters of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. reveal a show that absorbs, it seems, the whole African American community.
The Albany Symphony Orchestra ended its 2012-13 season with its customary adios, this time with an exciting touch in its guest soloist, clarinetist Narek Arutyunian.
When one thinks of singing Schubert, the realization almost immediately comes to mind that he (she) is about to take a serious leap into the depth of song literature.
Albany’s symphony orchestra made it through its last concert of this 2011-12 season in good form, hanging onto its thematic objective of spotlighting the city’s various entertainment and cultural venues. This one spot lit Theatre Albany, adding a kind of sub-title: “Mavericks of the theater.”
Back in March, 10 Amish men traveled to Frankfort, Ky., to plead their case before the Kentucky Supreme Court, hoping to persuade the justices to exempt them from the regulation to put an orange safety triangle on the back of their horse drawn buggies.
A gallery at the Albany Museum of Art was filled to capacity to hear violinist Gareth Johnson work his magic with that instrument on last Sunday evening.
On Feb. 11, the Albany Symphony took the stage to play its fourth program for the 2011-12 season.
It happened again this year as ASU’s Concert Chorale and Chamber Singers with a small coterie of strings, trumpet and harpsichord continuo beguiled a near full sanctuary of listeners at St. Teresa’s Catholic Church with its broad variety of Christmas music.