Mon, 14 Jan 2013 00:24:27 GMT — The Albany Symphony held its second "Symphony at the Museum" Sunday, welcome the quartet, Enhake, to the Albany Museum of Art.The group played three selections, including one written and dedicated especially for the group. President of the Albany Symphony Association, Jim Bullion, says these events are what keeps Albany special for a town its size."People that say there's not a lot to do in Albany really haven't looked around very much, and it's amazing that a city this size, can produce so much of value," said Bullion.
Two more, "Symphony at the Museum's" are coming up this year, the next one on March 3rd at 4:00 PM.
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