New Concerts Announced for The Egg
The Egg in Albany has announced that tickets are now available to members for several concerts that have been added to both its “American Roots & Branches” and “Rhythm International” performance series. Tickets will go on sale to the general public on Wednesday, August 14.
New memberships are currently being accepted for those wishing to taking advantage of the pre-sale. For more information, call The Egg Box Office at 518-473-1845.
Here are the details on the five newly announced concerts for the 2013-2014 season at The Egg:
THE JOHN PIZZARELLI QUARTET
Friday, December 27, 8pm,
$38, Swyer Theatre
Well known as a world-class jazz guitarist and singer of standards, John Pizzarelli also puts his unique stamp on rock and pop classics as heard on his new recording “Double Exposure”. John will perform with his quartet featuring Martin Pizzarelli on double-bass, Tony Tedesco on drums and Larry Fuller on piano.
THE ANDY STATMAN TRIO
Sunday, March 2, 7:30pm,
$24, Swyer Theatre
Performing on both clarinet and mandolin, Andy Statman plays his one-of-a-kind fusion of Klezmer avant-garde jazz, progressive bluegrass and American roots music accompanied by bassist Jim Whitney and percussionist Larry Eagle.
Tuesday, March 4, 7:30pm
$28, Hart Theatre
Since their performance in the 1997 feature film “Titanic” catapulted Gaelic Storm to international acclaim, the band has remained one of the world’s foremost Celtic fusion groups.
Saturday, March 29, 8pm
$29.50, Swyer Theatre
Regina Carter – a violinist with unbridled artistry and imagination has explored a broad diversity of styles from jazz to classical and soul to African. Her latest project, “Southern Comfort,” lends her unmatched improvisational virtuosity to American country and bluegrass music.
Saturday, April 12, 8pm
$39.50, Swyer Theatre
Best known as the longtime lead singer-songwriter of the legendary supergroup Yes, Jon Anderson’s solo show includes many classic songs from all across the Yes songbook, as well as his own eclectic solo work.