Albany Municipal Auditorium
Albany, GA 31702
Albany's magnificent, historic auditorium is completely restored and fast gaining a reputation throughout Southwest Georgia as a center for performing arts. Built in 1915, and recently restored, the Albany Municipal Auditorium’s antique magnificence has helped to land it on the National Register of Historic Places. This Georgia landmark, built to hold 965 people on three levels, now plays host to a number of Albany’s best fine arts entertainment.
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Beethoven in Blue Jeans
02/28/2015 - 02/28/2015
Albany Symphony Orchestra's season continues with Beethoven in Blue Jeans, a "Water" themed concert featuring the world première of Steven Landis' "Thronateeska." The concert also includes Smetana's "Vltava," (The Moldau) and Beethoven's Symphony No. 6, the "Pastoral," with its flowing stream and mighty thunderstorm.
Thronateeska was commissioned in celebration of Albany Symphony Orchestra's 50th Season. Cast in three continuous movements, the composition explores the impact the Flint...read more