Troy Savings Bank Music Hall Presents the Accordion Virtuosi of Russia [Berkshire on Stage]

The Troy Savings Bank Music Hall is excited to host a rather unusual orchestra – the Accordion Virtuosi of Russia at 7:30pm on Wednesday (February 7). Tickets are on sale now, priced at $29 & $34.

The ensemble’s repertoire ranges from folk music to arrangements of rock songs and continues to astound audiences around the world. You’ve never heard the accordion played like this!

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, Accordion Virtuosi of Russia has been led by three generations of the Smirnov family: first by its founder Pavel Smirnov, and now by his sons Yuri and Vladimir, as well as his grandson Yaroslav.

Throughout its history, Accordion Virtuosi of Russia has performed at some of the most prestigious venues in the world including the Gewandhaus, Verona’s Arena, Olympia Hall in Paris, and the Great Philharmonic Hall in St. Petersburg. They have toured extensively in Germany, Italy, France, Holland, Switzerland, Belgium, Austria, Norway, Denmark, Finland, Greece, Spain, Japan, Guinea, Angola, Sierra Leone, Congo, Japan, Canada and elsewhere.

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