Win FREE TIX to Igudesman & Joo at the Troy Savings Bank Music Hall


Hey, you got comedy on my classical music!

Hey, you got classical music on my comedy!

Stop! You’re both right. It’s two, two, two shows in one, as the slightly demented duo of Igudesman and Joo mix up a delightful performance of laugh-filled music when they present “A Little Nightmare Music” at the Troy Savings Bank Music Hall on Sunday afternoon.

Carrying on the great tradition of Victor Borge, Anna Russell and P.D.Q. Bach, British-Korean pianist Hyung-ki Joo and Russian-born violinist Aleksey Igudesman are classically trained virtuoso musicians with a keen wit and a razor-sharp sense of humor.

Call it Mozart-meets-Monty Python.

They’re only playing three U.S. shows on this tour, and their New York City debut on Wednesday, March 30 is already sold out. Don’t miss out on this one…

Igudesman and Joo perform “A Little Nightmare Music” at the Troy Savings Bank Music Hall in Troy at 3pm on Sunday. Tix are $22, $25 and $30; students $15.

BUT WAIT… We’re giving away a pair of FREE TIX to the concert to a lucky Nippertown reader! To enter the contest, just post a comment below. Please leave your email address, too. We won’t publish it, but we’ll use it to contact you if you win. The winner will be selected at random and notified on Friday. Good luck! Congratulations, John!

  1. Rich says

    Could use a good laugh and a night out. Thanks Nippertown!

  2. Michelle says

    It’s scary but true – Musical Comedy is the best medicine.

  3. John Van Voris says

    Sounds like a great show!

  4. Kathleen says

    <3 TSBMH <3 & <3 Nippertown <3
    You guys are the best, thanks!

  5. Steve Nover says

    I was sorry I never saw Victor Borge live

  6. Sean McLaughlin says

    Sounds intriguing!! 🙂

  7. C.A. Shepherd says

    Nothing like taking “serious” music and poking fun at it!! GENIUS!!!!

  8. Mike B says

    Fun! Fun! Fun!

  9. Patrick Stella says

    Great way to get kids involved in classical music!

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