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The Albany Symphony performs Bruckner and Cuong on 3/11 and 3/12 at Troy Savings Bank Music Hall

Albany Symphony

On March 11 and 12, The Albany Symphony Orchestra will perform its next concerts of the season at the Troy Savings Bank Music Hall. The program for the concerts includes a world premiere by composer Viet Cuong and Anton Bruckner’s 5th symphony.

Two-time Grammy Award winning conductor David Alan Miller is the Music Director of The Albany Symphony.

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