Albany is today recognized as the capital of America’s new music, thanks to the dedication of David Alan Miller and the Albany Symphony. “Intrepid” says the New York Times of this creative partnership. “Adventurous” raves NPR Classical. Bid “Bon Voyage” to David and the Orchestra as they perform the four brilliant new American works they will take to the nation’s capital in their Kennedy Center debut: Joan Tower’s “Still/Rapids” and Michael Torke’s “Three Manhattan Bridges,” performed by dazzling pianist Joyce Yang. Tuba virtuoso Benjamin Pierce makes his Albany Symphony debut in Michael Daugherty’s “Reflections.” And 150 young singers from the Capital Region join David for Dorothy Chang’s sweeping “The Mighty Erie Canal.” David Alan Miller, conductor.