Looking Ahead in 2010

A whole new year is stretching out before us, and of course, you never know what wonderful surprises are ahead during the next 12 months.

But here are a few of the things that we’re looking forward to in 2010:

Harold Pinter’s “Betrayal” at Capital Repertory Theatre, Albany: Friday, January 15-Sunday, February 7

Martin Benjamin‘s retrospective photography exhibition, “Atomic Age,” at Yates Gallery at Siena College, Loudonville: Opening Thursday, January 28. Lecture and reception on Thursday, February 11.

Sublime soul singer Bettye LaVette in the Sisters in Soul concert with Marcia Ball and Maria Muldaur at the Troy Savings Bank Music Hall, Troy: Sunday, March 14

Duncan Sheik’s “Spring Awakening” at Proctors, Schenectady: Tuesday, February 16-Sunday, February 21. Here’s “Bitch of Living” from the rock musical:

The next postponement of the Elton John/Billy Joel concert at the Times Union Center, Albany: Currently scheduled for Thursday, March 11, the third different date for the concert

Michael Oatman‘s three-part, up-in-the-air art installation “All Utopias Fell” at MASS MoCA, North Adams, Mass.: Opening in July

New albums from George Muscatello, Chris Carey, the Last Conspirators, Frank Jaklitsch, the Mysteios, David Malachowski, Keith Pray’s Big Soul Ensemble

“Treme,” a new New Orleans-based HBO series created by David Simon, best known for his series “The Wire” and “Homicide: Life on the Streets.” Slated to debut in April.

Jazz saxman Joshua Redman and pianist Brad Mehldau are back together again in concert at Skidmore College’s Zankel Music Center, Saratoga Springs: Friday, April 16

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