“Every note that Greene plays rings with emotion.” — Glide Magazine
Saxophonist Jimmy Greene delves deep into the human condition as well as our collective potential for spiritual uplift. A native of Connecticut, Greene lost his daughter in 2012 to the Sandy Hook mass shooting. This tragedy, combined with the impact of various waves of social unrest, has led him to emerge as one of the most mature jazz artists working today.
Greene has released ten albums – including the GRAMMY-nominated Beautiful Life (’14) – and plays at festivals and venues around the world. He won the Benny Golson Jazz Master Award at Howard University, as well as Downbeat magazine’s 66th Annual Critics Poll for Rising Star, Soprano Saxophone. When he’s not on the road, Greene serves as Associate Professor of Music at Western Connecticut State University.
$25 General Admission
$35 Premium Admission
SPONSOR TABLES (Tables of 2 or 4 only):
Enjoy pre-set nibbles and beverages at your own cabaret-style table for 2 or 4
Table for 2: $150; Table for 4: $300
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Hudson Hall’s programming is made possible by New York State Council on the Arts, with the support of Kathy Hochul and the New York Legislature.