In light of the escalating concerns about the spread of Coronavirus/COVID-19 in our region, Albany Pro Musica will be postponing the performance of “Legacy,” originally scheduled for Sunday, March 29. Governor Andrew Cuomo has just announced a ban on gatherings over 500 people in an effort to stem the spread of this virus, and there continues to be uncertainty about future restrictions on such gatherings. For this reason, and out of an abundance of caution for our audience, singers, and staff, we will be rescheduling “Legacy” for an alternate date in the coming months. At this time, we plan to offer the remainder of Albany Pro Musica’s season as originally planned.
Albany Pro Musica will provide updates once “Legacy” is rescheduled. Patrons who have already purchased tickets will be able to use them at the rescheduled performance; for questions about exchanges or refunds, please contact the Troy Music Hall Box Office at (518) 273-0038.
Thank you for your understanding, and we look forward to seeing you when we hold “Legacy” later this year!
For centuries, composers have used music to help us process our feelings, thoughts, fears, our joys… This emotive program will take you in a journey from the fear of conflict and death to the joys of peace, love and redemption, in the works of Pärt, Whitacre, Runestad, Casals and Murray. Legendary American composer Morten Lauridsen will have the final word with his hauntingly beautiful suite Nocturns. You will leave the concert hall making yours Plato’s famous quote: “Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and life to everything.”