NOVEMBER 13 – DECEMBER 20
HUDSON – With a focus on music as a healing force, Hudson Hall is proud to announce a special edition of the annual Hudson Jazz Festival from November 13 – December 20, 2020. Curated by Cat Henry, the festival celebrates the enduring vision of Alice and John Coltrane, whose relationship and creative output symbolize artistic achievement and Black excellence. In an effort to lift spirits in a turbulent time and encourage visitation to support local businesses, the festival has been shifted from its usual President’s Day weekend schedule to five energizing weekends of Live from Hudson Hall Facebook Live streamed music, and free exhibitions, film, talks, and events to engage and enrich our community starting November 13, 2020. Concerts will be live streamed from Hudson Hall’s grand performance hall, which will also be transformed into a series of intimate “home pods” for daytime intentional listening and learning. Tickets for the virtual concerts are $20 (or pay what you can) or All Five for $75 and are on sale now. Visual art, film, talks and daytime access to the second floor intentional listening and learning space are free on a reservation-only, timed-entry basis. For more information, visit hudsonhall.org or phone (518) 822-1438.
MAIN STAGE LIVE STREAMED CONCERT LINE UP:
Saturday, November 14 at 7 p.m.
BRANDEE YOUNGER TRIO
Saturday, November 21 at 7 p.m.
MARCUS STRICKLAND QUARTET
Saturday, November 28 at 7 p.m.
ORRIN EVANS TRIO
Friday, December 4 at 7 p.m.
JD ALLEN TRIO
Saturday, December 12 at 7 p.m.
CAMILLE THURMAN QUARTET
Friday, November 13 – Sunday, December 20, 2020
ART & SOUL
Fridays – Sundays 1 – 5 p.m. (Free, timed entry on the hour; reservations required, no more than 10 reservations max/hour*).
ART & SOUL
A group exhibition & intentional listening installation curated by REGINALD MADISON
Featuring Reginald Madison, Kianja Strobert, Marlene Marshall, Richard Sandler, Tschabalala Self & Bijan Mahmoodi
Concerts Live Streamed: $20 (or pay what you can); All Five for $75 Hudson Jazz Festival Pass
Exhibition and intentional listening installation, free with timed-ticketed reservation
Hudson Hall at the historic Hudson Opera House
327 Warren Street, Hudson NY
hudsonhall.org/ (518) 822-1438
* In keeping with New York State guidelines to reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission, all visitors to Hudson Hall must comply with safety protocols, wear a mask and practice safe physical distancing. Hudson Hall reserves the right to refuse entry to anyone who does not comply with these guidelines or make reservations in advance.
Hudson Jazz Festival is made possible with an Arts Impact Award from the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature, and with generous support from Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation and Upstate Theater Coalition for a Fairgame.