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Excellent concerts from Sept. through May. They last about an hour and you can bring your lunch in to the theater to eat. Or restaurants are with in walking distance to enjoy after the concerts. If you get there around 11:30 you can park in...More
Of course there are the acoustics, which are incredible and worth going just for that reason. There's also the history. A lovely touch: the original seats from the 1800's have racks on the bottom for gentlemen to store their top hats. There were no top...More
We went to see the Berkshire Bach Society perform on New Year's Day. It was our first visit to the Troy Music Hall, but it won't be our last. What a magnificent venue! Just gorgeous. I couldn't stop looking around. The acoustics are amazing. The...More
We had wanted to attend a concert at the Troy Savings Bank Music Hall for several years. It is world famous for the wonderful acoustics and beautiful architecture. So, we re delighted when we were able to get tickets......but not so happy when we discovered...More
Very cute theater. Love the design. Seating was great - sat on the side, slightly elevated. Kind of creepy area at night. Places to eat all around. Parking is available, but get there early. Would come again for the right show.
I have been going to shows here for over 30 years....not only do they book national acts and a wide diversity of music (classical, jazz, international, rock, blues, folk, etc) but the acoustics are perfect as well as the sight-lines. Its a beautiful room as...More
Troy Savings Bank Music Hall is an absolute treasure. I tell everyone that if you like music it is one place you have to go to really listen to the music and experience history. It is like going to Fenway or another old baseball park,...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.