Monday, November 5, 2012, 7:30 – 9:30pm

Igudesman & Joo: A Little Nightmare Music

Great Hall; enter on Eighth Avenue. $10-25.

Music, Town Music

Violinist Alek­sey Igudes­man and pianist Hyung-ki Joo have taken the world by storm—28 million YouTube hits and counting—with their unique and hilar­i­ous the­atri­cal shows, which com­bine com­edy, clas­si­cal music, and pop­u­lar cul­ture all in the hope of making clas­si­cal music acces­si­ble to a wider and younger audience. Their first ground­break­ing show, “A Lit­tle Night­mare Music,” is full of vir­tu­os­ity; enchant­ing music; and zany, out­ra­geous humor—sure to cap­ti­vate you and crack you up, whether you’re a clas­si­cal enthu­si­ast or the type who runs for cover at the mere men­tion of Mozart. Presented by Town Hall.

Advance tickets are $20/$17 seniors and Town Hall members/$10 age 25 and under at or 888/377-4510.  $25/$22 /$10 at the door.



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