Rutherfurd Hall presents a Summer Jazz Series beginning July 14, 2017, featuring three great shows in July, August and September. Tickets for each show as well as a special three-show season pass are now on sale.
These concerts will be performed Friday evenings at 7:30 p.m. The Summer Jazz Series is sponsored by Scala Memorial Home of Hackettstown.
The series kicks off with The Rio Clemente Trio playing Rodgers & Hart on July 14.
August 11 features the 17-piece Pat Longo Hollywood East Coast Big Band.
On September 15, Mel Tormé’s son James Tormé will appear with the John Colianni Trio.
Tickets are $20 in advance and $25 at the door for Rio Clemente; $30 in advance and $35 at the door for the Pat Longo Big Band; and $30 in advance and $35 at the door for James Torme.
Tickets can be purchased online at www.rutherfurdhall.org and www.rutherfurdhall.tix.com or by calling Rutherfurd Hall at 908-852-1894 X 13, or calling Coyne Enterprises, Inc. at 908-637-8461. Tickets can be purchased locally in Hackettstown at Mama’s Café Baci and Panther Valley Pharmacy.
Located just off I-80 Exit 19 in Allamuchy Township, Rutherfurd Hall is a National and New Jersey State Historic Landmark. Famed architect Whitney Warren, who also designed Grand Central Station in New York City as Warren and Wetmore Architects (1903-1911), designed the 18,000-square-foot Tudor “country home” in 1904. The renowned firm of Frederick Law Olmsted & Sons designed the landscape plan and the plantings for the site.
Now open as a cultural center and a museum owned and managed by the Allamuchy Township Board of Education, Rutherfurd Hall is an elegant and interesting venue to see and hear jazz. Plus, the ability to meet and converse with the performers makes attending these concerts special.
The Summer Jazz Series is just part of the many cultural offerings, which include the Jazz at Rutherfurd Hall series September through April, summer camps, art classes, yoga sessions, lectures, concerts, and tours of the historic mansion.