“The greatest white female singer in the world.” — Ella Fitzgerald
“Like drum rolls and colored lights, Marilyn Maye is pure Show Biz, electrifying the room when she steps on the stage. She comes from a time when cabaret’s were nightclubs and the vibe was entertainment. This magical musician has many moods — she is a treat, a bonanza. She’s entertainment!!!” — Elizabeth Ahlfors, Birdland, September 2014
Marilyn Maye, at 93-years young, is one of the living geniuses from the golden age of show business. Discovered by Steve Allen and beloved by Johnny Carson who featured her on The Tonight Show no less than 76 times, the legendary jazz singer brings her enormous talent to the stage at Hudson Hall. Maye is joined by pianist/conductor Tedd Firth, bassist Tom Hubbard, and drummer Mark McClean.
Hudson Hall welcomes a limited capacity audience for its reopening concert series, presented in our magnificently restored 1855 performance hall. Channeling the vibe of an intimate jazz club with the grand stage and sound of a world class theater, we invite guests to purchase a socially distanced table or theater-style seat and revel in the inimitable magic of live performance.
Hudson Hall Live Arts Sponsor Ticket: $500/per table of 2; $1,000/per table of 4 (includes pre-set wine and nibbles, a reserved table with priority seating and early admission.)
General Admission – Tables: $75 per ticket (must be purchased in tables of 2 or 4)
General Admission – Single Tickets: $35 per ticket (theater-style seating, socially-distanced, grouped by ticket order)
**PLEASE NOTE: Following Governor Cuomo’s announcement on June 15 lifting COVID-19 safety restrictions, Hudson Hall looks forward to welcoming patrons back as it gradually returns to full capacity. Effective Friday, June 18, Hudson Hall will increase capacity from 33% to 50%, with seating generously spaced, and expects to be at full capacity by the fall. Click here for more information on Hudson Hall’s COVID-19 policies.**
Hudson Hall’s programs are made possible with support from the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.