Armstrong Now!

Hudson Jazz Festival 2022

Thursday, February 17, 7pm


A Co-Presentation with the Louis Armstrong House Museum

Featuring:
Daniel J. Watts (actor, tap)
Jake Goldbas (music director, drums)
Alphonso Horne (trumpet)
Michael Stephenson (saxophone)
Mathis Picard (piano)
Zwelakhe-Duma Bell le Pere (bass)

Recent Tony Award Nominee Daniel J. Watts has teamed up with Louis Armstrong House Museum (LAHM) Program Director Jake Goldbas to create an unforgettable evening of music, spoken word, and tap dance. Louis Armstrong is as much a part of the future as his legacy defined the past. Daniel will lead the audience through poems, songs, and more that deconstruct the complexities of Armstrong’s life, with a stellar band featuring Alphonso Horne, Michael Stephenson, Mathis Picard, Zwelakhe-Duma Bell le Pere and Jake Goldbas.

TICKETS:
General Admission Table of 2: $50, Cabaret-style table. To purchase a table of 4, please purchase two tables of 2 and our box office staff will make note of your order. To add a single chair to your table, please call our Box Office on (518) 822-1438.

FREE Live from Hudson Hall Livestream (reservations required)

In partnership with the Louis Armstrong House Museum’s “Voices of Freedom” project and the Hudson City School District, the 2022 Hudson Jazz Festival is preceded by a 3 week in-school spoken word workshop led by Daniel J. Watts. 

To view the full Hudson Jazz Festival lineup and learn about HJF 2022 Festival Passes & Sponsorship opportunities, click here.

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