Albany Pro Musica’s 2023-24 season marks Maestro Flores-Caraballo’s 10th anniversary with APM, and we have a very special season year ahead. We hope you’ll join us for each of these performances!
Support for our 2023-2024 season comes from our marquee season underwriters
Christine and George R. Hearst III | Ellen Jabbur | Chet & Karen Opalka | William Tuthill and Gregory Anderson | Wayne A. Senitta, Jr. and Daniel Washington
additional season support provided by
Eddy Senior Living | New York State Council on the Arts | Michael Wolff
THE MANY MOODS OF CHRISTMAS: December 17, 2023 | 3:00 PM | Troy Savings Bank Music Hall
Albany Pro Musica’s beloved holiday concert brings the light of the Christmas season to the Troy Savings Bank Music Hall. From the hushed opening notes of Lauridsen’s “O Magnum Mysterium” to the joyful mix of traditional carols in Bennett and Shaw’s “The Many Moods of Christmas” suite, this concert inspires and delights audiences each year. This program will feature celebrated operatic tenor Rafael Davila, who returns to share the stage with Albany Pro Musica!
SEASCAPES: March 3, 2024 | 3:00 PM | Troy Savings Bank Music Hall
Composers have, for centuries, drawn inspiration from the immense beauty, power, and vastness of the seas. The acclaimed Alturas Duo joins Albany Pro Musica for Oceana, or Cadera de las Islas, a work for chorus, guitar, and viola by contemporary composer and guitarist Javier Farías. This chamber work sets the poetry of Pablo Neruda to music and evokes the wonders of the ocean. The first half will include diverse works by Hoffman, Barnum, Choi, Orlovich, and others which pay musical homage to the seas.
BACH’S B MINOR MASS: April 28, 2024 | 3:00 PM | Troy Savings Bank Music Hall
J.S. Bach’s Mass in B minor is considered one of the greatest masterworks in the choral canon, and was described by one scholar as “a summary of [Bach’s] writing for voice […] Bach’s mighty setting preserved the musical and artistic creed of its creator for posterity.” Albany Pro Musica will be joined by renowned guest soloists and experts in historically informed performance who play in period-instrument orchestras such as the Handel + Haydn Society, Boston Baroque, Apollo’s Fire, Trinity Baroque, and others.