Albany Pro Musica

Albany Pro Musica’s 2021-2022 Season

Albany Pro Musica is delighted to return to the concert hall in 2021 after a fully virtual 40th anniversary season. From Broadway to Brahms, there is something for everyone this season, which features the high level of artistry and creativity you love about APM, plus new compositions, educational programming, and more. Learn more about tickets and subscriptions for this season’s performances!

Support for our 2021-2022 season comes from our marquee season underwriters:

Isabel Bader
Al De Salvo and Rachael Thompson Biggs, in memory of Susan Thompson
Ellen Jabbur
Chet and Karen Opalka


COVID-19 Health and Safety Notice:
The Troy Savings Bank Music Hall Corp. requires proof of vaccination for entry to all events at the Music Hall or any ancillary location. Those individuals unable to be fully vaccinated, including children under 12, must have proof of a negative Covid PCR test (taken within 48 hours of performance). TMH staff will check for proof of vaccination and negative Covid PCR tests at the doors as a condition of entry. Additionally, masking is required inside the venue for the duration of your visit. Patrons and employees will be required to wear masks, except while actively eating or drinking. Learn more online.

Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our musical community safe!

September 25, 2021 | 5:00pm | Altamont Vineyard and Winery

Cabaret Uncorked!

Members of Albany Pro Musica
The John Sauer Trio
José Daniel Flores-Caraballo, Opalka Family Artistic Director


Join us for local wines, dinner, and entertainment al fresco among the vines!

Albany Pro Musica is returning to live concerts this season after an unprecedented year of virtual programming, and it is our pleasure to invite you to support APM at our fall fundraiser, “Cabaret Uncorked,” on Saturday, September 25. APM is thrilled to be hosting the event at the beautiful Altamont Vineyard and Winery, which offers gorgeous views, dining al fresco, and – you guessed it! – delicious local wines. Best of all, you’ll hear singers from Albany Pro Musica’s Concert Chorus perform some of your favorite tunes, cabaret-style, with the John Sauer Trio. You’ll also hear from Opalka Family Artistic Director, José Daniel Flores-Caraballo, about APM’s exciting season ahead.

There is still time to support our Honorary Committee, co-chaired by E. Stewart & Kimberly Sanger Jones and Dr. Edelgard Wulfert & Richard Naylor. Members of the Honorary Committee play an important role in APM’s success. Show your support with a gift today and be recognized as one of APM’s most committed supporters.  Honorary Committee members at the Master Sommelier level will have exclusive access to a VIP wine tasting prior to the event!

Register now!

Altamont Vineyard and Winery
3001 Furbeck Road
Altamont, NY 12009

Sunday, October 24 at 3:00 PM | Troy Savings Bank Music Hall

Let’s Talk About Love

Albany Pro Musica Concert Chorus
José Daniel Flores-Caraballo, Opalka Family Artistic Director


This concert will showcase the music of love – from platonic to romantic, secular to sacred, intimate to universal. Love is humanity’s most powerful emotion, and the human voice is uniquely suited to expressing love in all its forms. Featuring compositions by Whitaker, Duruflé, Hogan, Ellingboe, Barnett, Rutter, Lauridsen, and more.

Sunday, December 19 at 3:00 PM | Troy Savings Bank Music Hall

The Many Moods of Christmas

Albany Pro Musica Concert Chorus and Orchestra Pro Musica
José Daniel Flores-Caraballo, Opalka Family Artistic Director


This favorite holiday tradition is designed to inspire, celebrate, and unite us in the spirit of the season. Framed by Lauridsen’s mesmerizing O Magnum Mysterium and The Many Moods of Christmas Suite, this performance will also feature the premiere of a new work for chorus, orchestra, and baritone, written and performed by APM’s composer-in-residence Bradley Ellingboe.

Sunday, March 6 at 3:00 PM | Troy Savings Bank Music Hall

Rachmaninoff’s All Night Vigil

Albany Pro Musica Concert Chorus
José Daniel Flores-Caraballo, Opalka Family Artistic Director

Elizabeth Eschen, mezzo-soprano; David Vanderwal, tenor
Elizabeth Pitcairn, violin


Rachmaninoff’s magnificent “All Night Vigil,” often referred to as “Vespers,” is one of the most celebrated choral works of all time and is beloved for its profound beauty and spirituality. The concert will open with wonderful Russian music for piano and violin, featuring guest violinist Elizabeth Pitcairn.

Sunday, May 8 at 3:00 PM | Troy Savings Bank Music Hall

Brahms’s Human Requiem

Albany Pro Musica Masterworks Chorus and Orchestra Pro Musica
José Daniel Flores-Caraballo, Opalka Family Artistic Director

Laquita Mitchell, soprano
Michael Chioldi, baritone
Marcos Daniel Flores-Caraballo, piano


APM will close our season with Brahms’ profound, humanist masterpiece, his Ein deutsches Requiem. Unlike traditional requiem masses, this piece focuses on the living, beginning with the second Beatitude: “Blessed are they that mourn, for they shall be comforted.” Through this work, we will remember those lost to the COVID-19 pandemic, and comfort those who survived. We’ll open the concert with Schumann’s sparkling Piano Concerto in A minor.

Sunday, August 8 at 3:00 PM | Park Playhouse in Washington Park

Broadway Pro Musica!

Albany Pro Musica Concert Chorus and the Pro Musica Pops
José Daniel Flores-Caraballo, Opalka Family Artistic Director


Albany Pro Musica will start its 41st season with its first live concert since the COVID-19 pandemic started! We will present all-time musical theater favorites, arranged for chorus, including “Aquarius”/“Let the Sunshine In” from Hair; “My Favorite Things” from The Sound of Music; and a medley of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s best Broadway tunes. The Park Playhouse in Albany’s Washington Park will allow for distanced outdoor seating to ensure the safety of our patrons and singers.

This concert is made possible in part thanks to generous support from New York State Council on the Arts’ Restart NY, Alan Goldberg, and the City of Albany.

Tickets: Lawn seats are free and available on a first-come, first-served basis; spots can be claimed starting at Noon. Tickets for reserved seats ($23-33) can be purchased through the Playhouse Stage Company box office at 518.434.0776 or to order online, CLICK HERE.