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Concerts

Upcoming Spring 2022 Concert Performances

Unless noted, concerts are free.

Wednesday, February 9

Dr. Doug Rubio*, classical guitar
12:00 p.m., Carl B. Taylor Auditorium

Saturday, February 12

Flute Day*
Flute Recital with Matthew Ross, Norman Thibodeau, Jackie Wright, and Karen Hosmer
1:30 p.m., Carl B. Taylor Auditorium 

Wednesday, February 16

Musicians of Ma'alwyck* present “Sentiments, Scenes and Suffrage” 
12:00 p.m., Carl B. Taylor Auditorium

Thursday, March 10

UAlbany Symphony Orchestra and Concert Band Concert
7:30 p.m., Performing Arts Center, 1400 Washington Ave., Albany, NY 12222
Advanced tickets: $5 general public/$3 students
Day of show tickets: $10 general public/$5 students

Sunday, April 3

"The Bells of Revolution"*
Capital Region Wind Ensemble* Side-by-Side Concert
Guest soloist, Dr. William Sutton, euphonium
Featuring local high school musicians 
3:00 p.m., Carl B. Taylor Auditorium 
Tickets are $10 for adults, $8 for students, $5 for children under 10. SUNY Schenectady students with ID are free. 
Information for students interested in participating in the side-by-side concert

Monday, April 25

Guitar and Bass Recital
12:00 p.m., Carl B. Taylor Auditorium

Wednesday, April 27

Winds and Strings Recital
12:00 p.m., Carl B. Taylor Auditorium

Jazz Combos Concert
7:30 p.m., Carl B. Taylor Auditorium 

Friday, April 29 - CANCELED 

Ann Hampton Callaway,* singer/pianist/composer 
7:30 p.m., Carl B. Taylor Auditorium
Tickets: $20, will be available at https://aplaceforjazz.org/

Sunday, May 1

UAlbany Symphony Orchestra and Concert Band Concert
3:00 p.m., Performing Arts Center, 1400 Washington Ave., Albany, NY 12222
Advanced tickets: $5 general public/$3 students
Day of show tickets: $10 general public/$5 students

Monday, May 2

Piano and Percussion Recital
12:00 p.m., Carl B Taylor Auditorium

Chorus Concert 
7:30 p.m., Carl B. Taylor Auditorium 

Tuesday, May 3

Chamber Ensemble Concert 
7:30 p.m., Carl B. Taylor Auditorium 

Wednesday, May 4

Voice Recital
12:00 p.m., Carl B. Taylor Auditorium

Jazz Ensemble Concert 
7:30 p.m., Carl B. Taylor Auditorium 

Thursday, May 5

Vocal Chamber Ensemble 
7:30 p.m., Carl B. Taylor Auditorium 

Friday, May 6

Wind Ensemble Concert
7:30 p.m., Carl B. Taylor Auditorium 

Monday, May 9

Digital Music and Beat Production Projects 
12:00 p.m., Carl B. Taylor Auditorium 

Guitar Ensemble
7:30 p.m., Carl B. Taylor Auditorium 

Tuesday, May 10

Brass Ensemble Concert 
7:30 p.m., Carl B. Taylor Auditorium 

Sunday, June 5

“French Impressions”

Capital Region Wind Ensemble*
With clarinet soloist, Julie Taylor
Works by: Chabrier, Debussy, Gounod, and Giroux
3:00 p.m., Carl B. Taylor Auditorium

Tickets are $10 for adults, $8 for students, $5 for children under 10. SUNY Schenectady students with ID are free. 

For more information, please email capitalregionwindensemble@gmail.com.

*Professional performance

 

School of Music Protocols 

  1. The School of Music recruits three to four student ushers for each concert/event. Ushers are instructed in all protocols like masking and socially distanced seating in the auditorium and then remind and assist audience members as they get seated. Ushers are also provided a clicker to keep track of attendance and close the doors if a 240 capacity is reached. 
  2. All non-student performers must provide evidence of vaccination to the Dean of the School of Music or his designee; the Dean then emails files to Human Resources. Non-vaccinated performers are not invited to participate in campus performances.
  3. All doors are opened before and after the event to promote optimal ventilation; this includes the outside door for the stage loading dock.
  4. Extracurricular activities including student performances: Attendance capped at a 240-seating capacity.  
  5. Social distancing signage is posted in the auditorium to instruct audience members to leave at least 6' between other audience members with whom they are not already in a "bubble," this is a pod concept that allows families to sit together but not strangers.
  6. Workshops will limit capacity to 120 participants in the auditorium to allow for participatory activities; this is purposely smaller than performances since participants will not just be seated for the entirety of the event.

 

 

YouTube Concerts Featuring Students and Alumni

SUNY Schenectady Brass Ensemble

 

SUNY Schenectady Wind Ensemble

 

Read about the concert series in The Daily Gazette.

Music of the Masters

 

The Class of 2021

View The Class of 2021 pre-concert discussion on YouTube.

 

American Currents in Song

View the American Currents in Song pre-concert discussion on YouTube.

 

Chopin Project

View the Chopin Project pre-concert discussion on YouTube.

 

Niamh Schmid, Piano