Ignat Solzhenitsyn, Conductor - Tchaikovsky, Prokofiev, and Rachmaninoff!
One of the greatest contemporary voices of our time
presented as part of the Bridge Jazz Festival, in conjunction with the Massry Center
“After all, in private, we're all misfits” - Lily Tomlin
Matthieu Lussier, Conductor / Marc-Andre Hamelin, piano soloist
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2012 & 2013 International Bluegrass Music Assoc. Entertainers of the Year!
Making his solo debut at the Hall!
This acclaimed ensemble will perform three Mozart symphonies...
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Special Guests: Lúnasa
Conductor Ignat Solzhenitsyn and the venerable Mariinsky Orchestra bring to Troy the best of Russia: Tchaikovsky, Prokofiev, and Rachmaninoff.
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Showcasing one of the greatest contemporary voices of our time, Linda Eder’s diverse repertoire spans Broadway, standards, pop, country and jazz.
For a pass including both nights of the Bridge Jazz Festival, please call us at (518) 273-0038!
"Sometimes I feel like a figment of my own imagination."
Les Violons bring their superior artistry to bear on a program of chamber pieces by Haydn and Mozart, including Haydn's "Farewell" Symphony, No. 45.
"Irish Music at its Best"- Danny Matheson, Celtic Music Radio
“They have it all: lead vocals, brother-duet harmony, instrumental virtuosity, ensemble sensibilities & great original material.” -Bluegrass Unlimited
Pablo Ziegler and Christopher O’Riley, having toured the critically acclaimed Los Tangueros, partner again on an adventurous new program.
Making his solo debut at the Hall in a concert that, paired with the room’s exceptional acoustics, promises to be a uniquely intimate experience.
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Sweet Plantain Quartet brings classical training and instruments to bear on jazz & Latin composition, with virtuoso percussion & a touch of hip-hop.
“At the top of her game…” - San Francisco Chronicle
Anton Bruckner: Symphony no. 4 in E flat major, "Romantic", world premiere of the 1878 version, researched by Louis Lohraseb and William Carragan
A unique, intimate, acoustic performance.
On their visit to Troy, this acclaimed ensemble will perform three Mozart symphonies: No. 39, No. 40, and the "Jupiter" symphony, No. 41.
A gala evening of glorious music by J.S. Bach, and much more, with an acclaimed orchestral soloist and renowned interpreter of the Bach Cello Suites.
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