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I love getting emails from Troy Savings Bank Music Hall that alert me to upcoming events. That is how I lucked into this concert. We attended "Citizen Cope" in April 2017. He sang my friend's wedding song and they are big fans so I grabbed...More
Whether you go to see and hear the Marsalis family members, Taj Mahal or Chris Botti you will be up close and personal regardless of your seat location.
The acoustics are world famous and the ambiance reminds you of the "old" days when your grandparents...More
I have been to the Troy Savings Bank Music Hall many times and experienced a large variety of musicality!
You will hear 1 piece, 2 piece, 3 piece and all the way up to large group productions.
This is a historical venue and lovely details...More
This is one of the acoustically best halls in the country. Sitting on top of the Troy Savings Bank, this hall is almost a perfect cube and remains with it's original hardwood seats creating a warm resonate sound that is incredibly alive and detailed.
This was our first visit to the Music Hall. We arrived early enough to look around a bit before our show. Beautiful architecture, and many pictures of the musicians who have performed there throughout the years. We were there to see The Wailin Jennys, and...More
Troy Savings Bank Music Hall is in my hometown of Troy, NY. It is often overlooked for it's purpose even while being admired for it's architecture.
Acoustically it is ranked on of the best music venues in the world. No fancy speaker system needed to...More
We were at a Jazz concert this past week and the sound in this hall is just pitch perfect. It is an historic building with a music hall that offers excellent acoustic sound. In addition, the jazz performance of the Dirty Dozen Jazz Band was...More
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You can park on any street for evening events, meters aren't used after 5pm. There is a small free lot on the left side of First St. right after it splits from River St., just South of Monument Square. If you don't mind a... More
You can park on any street for evening events, meters aren't used after 5pm. There is a small free lot on the left side of First St. right after it splits from River St., just South of Monument Square. If you don't mind a four block walk, the parking garage on River and Fulton is free as well.