Education

At the Hall

Etude participants develop the skills needed for today’s workforce while engaging in a fun, fast-paced work environment. Participating students will work amongst the front-of-house team at performances throughout our season. Duties may include ticket taking, seating patrons, assisting the house management team as assigned.

Eligible students in Grades 9 - 12 will:

  • Fulfill community service credits;
  • Enhance their resume with valuable experience;
  • Pursue the development of personal and professional skills

Participating students receive:

  • Two Ticket Vouchers per Season
  • Opportunity to stay for performances



Community Events

Group Ukulele Class with Artist Julia Alsarraf

We host a number of community events throughout the season, from free group classes and tours, to pre-show or post-show activities. To keep up to date on all community events, subscribe to our mailing list!

Community Events for 2022 - 2023 will be announced on a rolling basis - check back here soon for more information!


Discover & Explore the Hall

Students from the Oakwood Techniques Summer Program working with Heard Ensemble.


Interested in learning more about upcoming educational opportunities?

Please Contact Jessica Bowen, Director of Education & Outreach at jessica@troymusichall.org, or call (518) 629 - 4016 to leave a message.

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