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Family concerts’ characters draw listeners of all ages to classical

ASO conductor David Alan Miller addresses a young audience as “Cowboy Dave.” Below, he portrays a baseball coach for “String Training.”
Photographer: Albany Symphony Orchestra
ASO conductor David Alan Miller addresses a young audience as “Cowboy Dave.” Below, he portrays a baseball coach for “String Training.”
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Marketing the arts can be a chancy business, but no one sells classical music better than David Alan Miller. Now in his 21st season as the Albany Symphony Orchestra’s music director, Miller knows that it’s not just interesting programming or international artists that will get people into his concerts. It’s getting kids involved and entertained and enjoying the sounds of the music. That’s where the Sunday Symphonies for Families comes in. This year, there are ...

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