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Review: Albany Symphony sparkle wows Troy crowd

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The weather might have been cold Saturday night, but the Albany Symphony Orchestra was cooking inside the Troy Savings Bank Music Hall with a program that wowed the capacity crowd. With music director David Alan Miller at the helm, they began with Kodaly’s “Dances of Galanta,” a colorful, romantically lyrical work inspired by Hungarian folk dances. The strings were lush, the orchestra’s tone was robust, and the tempos swayed with a flavorful rubato or flew ...


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