Massry Center 2014-2015 season

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Mary Lambert will be there in October.

The new season of shows at the Massry Center at Saint Rose starts up just about a month. The season's slate includes Mary Lambert & Howie Day, The Weight with Sean Rowe, Tim Reynolds, and the return of the popular "It's a Jazzy Christmas" show.

Here's the compressed schedule...

Tickets for all shows are on sale now. See the link above for details.

September 12: Mehregan - Celebrating Women of the Middle East

September 20: Saint Rose Camerata

September 27: An Evening with John Pizzarelli Quartet

October 17: Mary Lambert with Howie Day

November 14: The Weight - Playing the music of The Band with Sean Rowe

November 15: Saint Rose Camerata

December 5: It's a Jazzy Christmas! Massry Center Family Concert

January 29: An Evening with Tim Reynolds Solo Acoustic

January 30: Gleb Ivanov - Solo Piano Recital

February 14: Saint Rose Camerata

February 27 & 28: The Bridge Jazz Fest Presented with the Troy Savings Bank Music Hall
(At the Troy Music Hall February 27 and at the Massry February 28.)

March 14: NOLA FEST with Terrance Simien

April 11: Saint Rose Camerata

April 12: Guitar Foundation of America Concert with Anton Baranov - Presented with the Classical Guitar Society of Upstate New York

April 16: The Funky Meters
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photo: Debora Spencer

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