Since 1988, on the second Tuesday of each month from October to June, the free Music at Noon concert series has presented exceptional musicians with a diverse mix of musical styles.
Come listen, and bring your lunch! The Hall opens at 11 AM for these noon concerts.
Since 1988, on the second Tuesday of each month from October to June, the free Music @ Noon concert series has presented exceptional musicians with a diverse mix of musical styles.
This program is free and open to the public. Come listen, and bring your lunch! The Hall opens at 11 AM for these noon concerts.
Findlay Cockrell, Tuesday, May 8 - Piano
Music by EDVARD GRIEG, and with guest artists: soprano Corine Salon, and violinist Ann-Marie Barker-Schwartz
1. The Piano Sonata, Opus 7—in E Minor
Finale: Molto allegro
2. Three selected Songs:
With a Waterlily
A Swan —both from ’Songs, Opus 25’
Solvieg’s Song —from ‘Peer Gynt'
3. The Third Violin/piano Sonata, Opus 45—in C Minor
Allegro molto ed Appassionato
*Allegretto espressivo alla Romanza
*The 2/4 Scherzo is contained within this Slow movement as Middle Section.
Please call the Box Office at 518-273-0038 for more information. If you are bringing a large group, please call ahead. Wheelchair seating is limited.
Call for Musicians - 2018 –2019 Season!
The Troy Savings Bank Music Hall is accepting applications from professional and amateur musicians to perform as part of the Music @ Noon free community concert series.
Artists wishing full consideration must submit the following materials:
Submissions are reviewed by the Music @ Noon Committee. Artists will be contacted by email or phone and should not call the Music Hall office to check on the status of their application.Although Music @ Noon applications are open to all musicians, artists whose performances do not require electronic amplification are encouraged due to the lively acoustic nature of the performance venue.
About Music @ Noon:
Music @ Noon is a free monthly concert series that features a broad range of musical styles in a one-hour concert format. Concerts typically take place on the 2nd Tuesday of the month, October through May. Artists are encouraged to verbally interact with the audience which is made up a wide cross-section of the community – from school-age children to retired individuals. Artists receive an honorarium of $75 to help offset travel, music, etc. An additional $75 is available for ensembles. No honoraria are offered for performances by school groups.
Materials should be received at the Music Hall office no later than May 31, 2018.
Send material to:
Troy Savings Bank Music Hall Music @ Noon Committee
30 Second Street, Troy, NY 12180