The 2019 Hudson Valley Jazz Festival will be Aug. 8 – 11.
This project is made possible with funds from the Decentralization Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature and administered by Arts Mid-Hudson.
Festival also made possible by Grants from Orange County Tourism and The Orange County Arts Council NY. We thank them all for their ongoing support in shaping the artistic landscape of our region.
This year’s Fundraiser Show including Neil Alexander, Joe & Gabriele Tranchina, John Arbo, Michael Antonelli, Bob Meyer, Jeff Ciampa, Shannon Early, Judi Silvano and many others is Sunday May 19. 4 PM at The Warwick Center for The Performing Arts.
63 Wheeler, Warwick. Suggested donations. Like a T-shirt? S, M or L. $20 Warwick
2019 Schedule with more coming:
Thursday Aug 8:
7 PM-The Hudson Valley Jazz Ensemble with John Arbo, Eric Person, Bob Rosen, Steve Rubin, Rick Savage, Gabriele Tranchina & Joe Vincent Tranchina. Presented by On The Lawn Concerts. Sugar Loaf. Sugar Loaf Crossing (by the RR tracks). 1405 Kings Hwy Sugar Loaf, NY 10981
Friday Aug 9 ,
6 PM –The Warwick Valley Winery Presents the Jeff Ciampa Group , Bob Meyer, Pete Levin & David Mann $15.
7 PM- Perry Beekman & Lou Pappas, Presented by Trattoria Marbella, 151 Canal St. Ellenville
8 PM Neil Alexander & Nail, Presented by The Hudson Valley Jazz Festival, with space made possible by The Warwick Center for The Performing Arts, 63 Wheeler, Warwick 8 PM-
Saturday Aug 10
2 PM- Billie Holiday / Lester Young SongFest
Teri Roiger, voice, George de Leon, sax, Pete Levin, piano, , John Menegon, bass Presented by The Moffat Library, Washingtonville
2 PM- New Emerging Artist Feature: Jennie’s Jazz Trio featuring Jennie Colabatistto,. At Palaia Winery, Highland Mills
4 PM– The Judi Silvano Group at Amity Gallery
5 PM– The Pine Island Chamber of Commerce presents The Roland Vazquez Quintet. , Kay Road, Pine Island Park.
7 PM- Village of Warwick Concert Series Presents Big Fun(K) with Don Braden and Karl Latham. Village Green, Railroad Ave. Warwick
7 PM- Matt Finck on guitar, Peter Tomlinson on piano, Ron Horton on flugelhorn, Matt Garrity on drums and Mark Usvolk on bass. Lydia’s Cafe 7 Old US Hgwy 209 Stone Ridge
8:30 PM Shannon Early, Tom DePetris, Guitar and Lou Pappas, bass, Chill Wine Bar 173 Main St. Beacon
10 PM – Quave with Michael Purcell – Pennings Farm & Market, Warwick
Sunday Aug 11:
12 noon – Rave Tesar Group, The Iron Forge Inn , 38 Iron Forge Road, Warwick
3 PM– The Altered 9 , with Michael Antonelli, Robert Kopec, Jon Leonard, Jeff Siegel..at The Brewery at Orange County Hops, Walden.
4 PM –Jazz Composers”, Larry Newcomb, Joe Vincent Tranchina, Presented by The Orange School of Dance and Music 22 Lake St, Monroe
6 PM- The Pete Levin Group , with Rob Poparazzi at The Rustic Wheelhouse, Main St. Chester
******** Call 917-903-4380 for additional info **********
This festival made possible by grants from the decentralization grant from NYSCA via Arts Mid-Hudson, The Orange County Tourism Arts Grants and from The Orange County Arts Council NY.
Also from Concerts on The Lawn, Sugar Loaf, The Warwick Valley Winery, Moffat Library, Washingtonville, Amity Gallery, Amity(Warwick), The Pine Island Chamber of Commerce, The Village of Warwick Concert Series, Chill Wine Bar, Beacon, The Iron Forge Inn, Warwick, The Brewery at Orange County Hops, Walden, The Orange School of Dance and Music, Monroe, The Rustic Wheelhouse, Chester, The Warwick Center for The Performing Arts.
The Hudson Valley Jazz Festival is designed to feature jazz musicians from the greater Hudson Valley. The past 10 years, many others participated as well. Some with high name visibility such as The Vanguard Jazz Orchestra, Dave Liebman, Wallace Roney, Arturo O’farrell, Lenny White, Buster Williams, saxophonist Bill Evans, Adam Nussbaum and Mark Egan to name a few. But the focus is the great local talent here in The Hudson Valley. We are a collaborative of presenting venues, sponsors and a volunteer board.
Our goal is to promote local jazz musicians and shape programming to be inclusive and diverse.
In the plans, though not yet realized include an education program and to incorporate other art modalities. If you’re a musician, feel free to add your info to our artist data-base. Interested in sponsorship or volunteering? Write us.
Continuing in 2019, we’ll be donating a portion of what we raise to The Jazz Foundation of America. Thank you for yours.