Two More New Concerts Announced for the Troy Savings Bank Music Hall
The Troy Savings Bank Music Hall has added a pair of new concerts to its spring season of shows. Tickets for the new concerts will be available exclusively to Music Hall members beginning at 10am today (Wednesday, September 20) and will go on sale to the general public at 10am on Friday (September 22).
Here are the details regarding the new concerts:
ACCORDION VIRTUOSI OF RUSSIA
Wednesday, February 7, 7:30pm
$29 & $34
Accordion Virtuosi of Russia was founded in 1943 during the Leningrad siege by Professor Pavel Smirnov. Within only six months, the ensemble was invited to record on the state radio. Since its inception, the accordion orchestra has been led by three generations of the Smirnov family: first by its founder Pavel Smirnov, and now by his sons Yuri and Vladimir Smirnov, as well as his grandson Yaroslav Smirnov. The award-winning ensemble’s repertoire ranges from folk music to arrangements of rock songs.
AMERICAN RHAPSODY: THE GERSHWIN SONGBOOK
Saturday, February 24, 7:30pm
$25, $35 & $40
The 17-piece Gershwin Big Band, featuring bandleader-vocalist Michael Andrew (whom The New York Post called “the next Harry Connick, Jr…a natural bandleader”), brings the classic music of George Gershwin to life, including “I Got Rhythm,” “Someone to Watch Over Me,” “The Man I Love” and many other time-honored Gershwin standards.