Troy Music Hall recently announced the return of legendary American trumpeter Chris Botti on October 15th.
The Troy Savings Bank Music Hall, a National Historic Landmark, has been in use since it opened in 1875. World famous for its incredible acoustics, it has hosted legions of world-class performers. With several interventions, the high ceiling and the ideal number of seats of 1180 to provide privacy and maintain optimal reverberation.
Chris Botti, America’s best-selling and recognized instrumental artist since leaving When I fall in love. His association with PBS led to four No. 1 jazz albums, as well as multiple Gold, Platinum, and Grammy Awards. More recently, his latest album prints won the Grammy for Best Pop Instrument.
Over the past three decades, Botti has recorded and performed with a host of musicians, including Sting, Barbra Streisand, and more, while traveling the road up to 300 days a year around the world.
prints, the Columbia Records and Grammy-winning 2012 release by Botti, is the latest in a stellar parade of albums. Featuring artists Andrea Bocelli, Vince Gill, Herbie Hancock, Mark Knopfler and David Foster, this album included When I fall in love (2004), Love Again: Duos (2005), Italy (2007), and the CD/DVD Chris Botti in Boston (2009) which firmly established him as a clarion voice on the American contemporary music scene. These albums established his figures in the world of contemporary music.
Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Monday to Music Hall members. Single tickets will go on sale to the general public on Wednesday, July 13 at 10 a.m. For more information about Chris Botti and Troy Savings Bank Music Hall and upcoming programs, visit www.troymusichall.org.