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ASO takes on classics old and new at packed Palace

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The Albany Symphony Orchestra gave one of its most traditional programs Saturday night at the Palace Theatre, which seemed to thrill the near-capacity crowd. When the pieces are the stuff of legend, few can complain, including Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto with pre-eminent soloist David Shifrin, Beethoven’s Symphony No. 5 and Joan Tower’s “Made in America,” the newcomer on the program, which premiered in 2005 and received a Grammy Award in 2008. Conductor Daniel Hege, who made ...


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