New Face, New Shows at the Troy Savings Bank Music Hall

Following the departure of executive director Laura Kratt in December, the Troy Savings Bank Music Hall has named Cindy Garren as the newly appointed interim executive director of the Music Hall.

And Garren didn’t waste any time in beefing up the Music Hall’s concert calendar, either.

Four new shows have been added to the spring season:

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Sunday, March 27, 3pm: Igudesman and Joo’s “A Little Nightmare Music”
The wild and crazy, classically trained music duo of Richard Hyung-ki Joo and Aleksey Igudesman turn concert halls into comedy clubs wherever they go.
Tix: $22, $25, $30; students $15

Sunday, April 10, 7pm: Steve Lippia’s “Simply Sinatra”
Vocalist Steve Lippia pays a big band tribute to Old Blue Eyes.
Tix: $25, $29, $35

Thursday, April 14, 7:30pm: The Second City’s “Fair and Unbalanced”
One of the nation’s premier improvisational and sketch comedy troupes for more than a half century, Second City’s latest show takes an unbridled satiric poke at our politicians, celebrities and even our significant others.
Tix: $20, $27, $32; students $15

Friday, May 6, 8pm: Midtown Men: 4 Stars From The Original Cast Of “Jersey Boys”!
The four stars of the Broadway hit, “Jersey Boys” – Tony-Award winner Christian Hoff, Michael Longoria, Daniel Reichard and Tony-Award nominee J. Robert Spencer – sing songs by the Four Seasons, as well as the Beatles, the Beach Boys, the Jackson Five, the Mamas & the Papas and more.
Tix: $36, $44, $49

Tix to all four of the new shows are on sale now. And best of luck to Cindy Garren at the Hall!

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