Advertisement
  • You Can Be in a Hud Indy Ad Too
  • Abbott House
Arts & Entertainment News & Events

Jazz Forum, Tarrytown Reopens May 28!

• Bookmarks: 160


May 11, 2021

After what will have been 446 days of closure due to the pandemic, Jazz Forum Arts will reopen its Jazz Forum club venue in Tarrytown on Friday, May 28, 2021 with reduced capacity and safety protocols in place. The last performances at the much-cherished venue featured Brazilian musicians on March 6-8, 2020.

The club will reopen with Brazilian music on Memorial Day weekend, May 28-30. Acclaimed Brazilian pianist Helio Alves will lead his Quartet featuring Steve Wilson, sax, Peter Washington, bass and Duduka Da Fonseca, drums on Friday and Saturday, May 28 and 29, with shows at 7:00 and 9:30 p.m.

Legendary Dean of Brazilian drummers, Portinho, leads his Quartet on Sunday, May 30 at 4:00 and 6:00 p.m. Having missed the club’s third anniversary due to COVID-19, the Jazz Forum will celebrate its fourth Anniversary with four consecutive weekends of Trio performances by piano masters. Monty Alexander, Christian Sands, Bill Charlap and George Cables will perform on Fridays and Saturdays in June at 7:00 and 9:30 p.m., while the club will present Brazilian music on successive Sundays in June at 4:00 and 6:00 p.m.

Advertisement
  • LOOK Cinemas Dobbs Ferry
  • LOOK Cinemas Dobbs Ferry
  • Advertise in The Hudson Independent - Westchester Rivertown's community news

Jazz Forum Arts is supported by ArtsWestchester and donations by hundreds of area jazz fans. The Jazz Forum features delicious dinner fare, fine Italian wines, a full bar and local craft beers. All tickets are available at: jazzforumarts.org/tickets/. For media inquiries, please contact Executive Artistic Director, Mark Morganelli at mark@jazzforumarts.org or 914-631-1000.

The club is located at 1 Dixon Lane in Tarrytown, New York, 10591; and the telephone number is (914) 631-1000. 

Advertisement
Andrea Martone - real estate in Sleepy Hollow, Tarrytown and the Rivertowns

‘Mondaire, We Hardly Knew Ye’

By Barrett Seaman— After two years of political wrangling over the disposition of New York State’s political districts, a court-appointed...
Read More

Sleepy Hollow Boards Wrestle With Proposed Zoning Changes

By Barrett Seaman-- When a Sleepy Hollow resident voiced concern that the village’s plan to “repeal and replace” the zoning...
Read More

Local School Budgets Approved Easily

By Rick Pezzullo--- On Tuesday, May 17, voters in local school districts overwhelmingly approved budgets for the 2022-2023 calendar. In...
Read More

Flags Become a Flashpoint in Local Culture Wars

By Barrett Seaman-- Every now and again, tensions rise to the surface between the rivertowns’ uniformed police and firefighters on...
Read More

Pro-Choice Rally Draws 400 to Tarrytown’s Patriots Park

By Barrett Seaman— A line-up of Pro-Choice activists and their political allies stirred a crowd of several hundred sign-bearing residents...
Read More

Local Cars Being Stolen Right Out of Residential Driveways

By Barrett Seaman— Car thieves are back in the rivertowns. Actually, they never really went away, but reports of brazen...
Read More

Retired Teacher to Open Socially Conscious Coffee Shop in SH

By Rick Pezzullo--- For 35 years, Kim Kaczmarek worked as a special education teacher at Sleepy Hollow High School. Now...
Read More

Gullotta House Provides Aid to Westchester Families in Need

The Gullotta House was founded in 2015 for the charitable purpose of helping Westchester families in need, regardless of income. ...
Read More

Sleepy Hollow Student-Athletes Look to the Future

By Tom Pedulla-- To attend Sleepy Hollow’s recent college signing ceremony was to peer into the future. A bright future....
Read More

Mercy College Adjuncts Overwhelmingly Approve New Contract

By Jeff Wilson-- The fight for higher wages for adjunct instructors at Mercy College was finally resolved on Tuesday, May...
Read More
160 recommended
1198 views
bookmark icon