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Troy Savings Bank Music Hall

30 Second Street
Troy, NY 12180
ph. 518-273-0038
em. [email protected]

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Troy Savings Bank Music Hall Built in 1875, the Troy Savings Bank Music Hall has been hosting legendary jazz performers since jazz was born. Acoustically superior and architecturally sublime, the Hall is a favorite venue for artists from Wynton Marsalis, to Chucho Valdes to Maria Schneider. Located in the heart of historic downtown Troy, NY.

Directions: From I-787 take Exit 8:
The 23rd Street/Watervliet/Green Island Exit
Follow the blue Music Hall attraction signs

* I-787 SOUTHBOUND: from Schenectady/Saratoga
at the 23rd Street exit traffic light turn LEFT

* I-787 NORTHBOUND: from Albany/NYC
at the 23rd Street Exit traffic light turn RIGHT

* Proceed to the first light, turn right and cross the Green Island Bridge to Troy. Turn right at the end of the bridge and onto River Street.

* Continue straight through the first light. You will then be on 3rd Street. Go 3 blocks and turn right on Congress Street.

* One 1 block and turn right onto 2nd Street. The Music Hall is one block ahead and on the right side, above First Niagara Bank, on the corner of State & Second Streets.

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