Troy Savings Bank Music Hall
TROY, NY (NEWS10) — Troy Savings Bank Music Hall has announced that it has received a $3.4 million grant from the New York State Council for the Arts (NYSCA). This grant is to support the organization’s campaign to renew, improve and preserve the iconic venue.
The main focus of the campaign is the renovation of the first floor of the building. Upon completion, the Music Hub will feature a large multi-purpose event space to support performances, fundraising and educational events. Venue expansion plans include adding classrooms, rehearsal rooms and a recording studio.
“From New York City to the rural north, we are investing in our state’s strong arts and culture department to make the transformative power of the arts accessible to all New Yorkers, regardless of background,” said Gov. Kathy Hochul. rice field. “Our unprecedented support for our shared vision of accessible and sustainable cultural spaces will lead to stronger economies, more jobs, and improved community and individual health for New Yorkers and visitors from around the world. I guess.”
Music Hall Executive Director John Elbaum said: We have long hoped and planned to make improvements and bring more programming and a broader experience to the community. With this grant, we will begin to take steps towards realizing our dreams. We are very grateful to the Governor and the New York State Arts Council for supporting our vision. ”
The grant is part of a larger NYSCA fundraising project totaling more than $90.5 million to be distributed to 19 organizations in New York state.