A World of Sound!Subscriptions now availablefor our 2014-2015 season

A World of Sound!
Subscriptions now available
for our 2014-2015 season

Subscriptions are still available for our 2014-2015 season. Subscribers save up to 27% over single ticket prices and get the best choice of seating.

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We commemorate the musical heritage of Englandwith acclaimed pianist Sara BuechnerEnglish HeritageNovember 2, 2014

We commemorate the
musical heritage of England
with acclaimed pianist
Sara Buechner

English Heritage
November 2, 2014

Our English Heritage concert will conjure up pastoral images of Cotswold villages, grazing sheep and country dances. Come enjoy the music of Purcell, Tippett, Arnold and Vaughan Williams in this special performance.

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A North Country ChristmasDecember 7, 2014

A North Country Christmas
December 7, 2014

Celebrate the season with traditional holiday favorites! We’ll be joined by our very own Children’s Chorus for an afternoon of festive music that the whole family will enjoy.

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Distant VoicesWith Erica Washburn and the New England Conservatory Chamber SingersSaturday, March 14 @ 2 p.m.

Distant Voices
With Erica Washburn and the New England Conservatory Chamber Singers

Saturday, March 14 @ 2 p.m.

We are excited to welcome the New England Conservatory Chamber Singers for this exciting concert of great choral and orchestral music.

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May 10, 2015Tony DeSare Live!

May 10, 2015
Tony DeSare Live!

Enjoy jazz sensation Tony DeSare as you’ve never seen him before! Tony joins our full orchestra for a spectacular Mother’s Day event.

The New York Times calls Tony DeSare “Two parts young Sinatra to one part Billy Joel, meshed seamlessly.”

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What People Are Saying

“I was impressed by the quality and performance of the Glens Falls Symphony.  Maestro Peltz has a gift for interpreting the music and conducting his musicians in such a way as to get exactly what he wants from them.  The musicians respond with professionalism and skill.”

–Ezra Laderman, award-winning composer, professor and past president of the American Academy of Arts and Letters