Noon music lineup revealed by Troy Savings Bank Music Hall


The Troy Savings Bank Music Hall has announced the return of the popular lunchtime series, Music at Noon. Returning for the 2022-23 season, Music at Noon has been held on the second Tuesday of each month from October to May, since 1988.

The free concert series featured outstanding musicians with a diverse mix of musical styles. Sponsored by the New York State Council on the Art and the Fagan Associates, the season kickoff will feature guitars and pop vocals from Hui Cox and Laura Roth on October 11 and run through May 9. with various genres adorning Troy Savings Bank Music Hall. Other Music at Noon performers will include acoustic guitarist Thomasina Winslow, classical pianist Akina Yura, country/bluegrass quartet The Buebillies, among many other diverse performers.

Although Music at Noon performances are free, teachers with buses and large groups should call ahead to reserve seats. There will also be a limited number of disabled-accessible spaces. Groups with special seating requests can contact the box office. More information about upcoming Music at Noon or Troy Music Hall programs can be found on their website.

Music at noon

October 11 – Hui Cox and Laura Roth, Guitar and Vocal Pops

November 8 – Thomasina Winslow, acoustic blues

December 13 – Carl Gutkowski and James Fitzwilliam, Classical flute and piano

January 10 – bluebillies, Country/Bluegrass Quartet

February 14th – Consort Bleecker, Renaissance and Medieval Music

March 14 – Natalia Shevchuk, Urkanian Pianist

April 11 – Akina Yura, classical piano

May 9, Findlay Cockrel, Piano


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