Hudson Hall presents
Camille Thurman & The Darrell Green Trio
Saturday, May 29, 7 p.m. and Sunday, May 30, 5 p.m.
HUDSON — Hudson Hall is pleased to announce the 2021 reopening of its performance hall with Camille Thurman and The Darrell Green Trio Saturday, May 29 at 7pm and Sunday, May 30, at 5pm. As of May 19, 2021, New York State Guidelines for managing Covid 19 were updated allowing Hudson Hall to expand performance seating provided patrons can present their medical card stating proof of vaccination upon entry to the performance/s. A limited quantity of $35 tickets are now available in theater-style seating that is socially-distanced, and grouped by ticket order. For Camille Thurman Tickets visit www.hudsonhall.org or phone (518) 822-1438. Limited capacity.
Jazz phenom Camille Thurman’s prowess includes a 4-octave range earning her comparisons to legends Sarah Vaughan, Betty Carter, and Ella Fitzgerald. A gifted saxophonist, Thurman has been likened to tenor greats Joe Henderson and Dexter Gordon. Thurman is also applauded for her chops as a composer. She’s shared a stage with Wyton Marsalis, Harry Connick Jr., Diana Krall, Patti LaBelle, Gladys Knight, Chaka Khan, Janelle Monáe, Alicia Keys and Erykah Badu, among many others. The Darrell Green Trio, featuring Anthony Wonsey on piano, Tom DiCarlo on bass, and Darrell Green on drums, accompanies Thurman. Her recent albums feature songs by Sarah Vaughan, Wayne Shorter, Wes Montgomery, Jimmy McHugh, Milton Nascimento, Hoagy Carmichael, Cole Porter, and others. “You’re hard pressed to find rising talents more exciting than Camille Thurman whose sound is as commodious and strong as Hank Mobley’s,” says The New York Times. Channeling the vibe of an intimate jazz club with the grand stage and sound of a world class theater, Hudson Hall invites guests to purchase socially distanced tables of 2 or 4 and revel (again) in the magic of live jazz, or enjoy the show free Live From Hudson Hall livestream.
Hudson Hall is a cultural beacon in the Hudson Valley, offering a dynamic year-round schedule of music, theater, dance, literature, workshops for youth and adults, as well as family programs and large-scale community events such as Winter Walk. Approximately 70% of Hudson Hall’s programs are free of charge or subsidized to ensure equitable access to the arts.
**PLEASE NOTE: In keeping with New York State guidelines to reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission, capacity is limited to no more than 100 audience members. Visitors to Hudson Hall must comply with all safety protocols such as physical distancing and mask wearing when not seated. Hudson Hall reserves the right to refuse entry to anyone who does not comply with these guidelines or make reservations in advance. Learn more about Hudson Hall’s health and safety protocols here. Read about HH safety protocols. **