Jazz at Rutherfurd Hall: The Chico Mendoza Latin Jazz Sextet | Explore Warren


Jazz at Rutherfurd Hall: The Chico Mendoza Latin Jazz Sextet

Sunday, March 26, 2017 -
3:00pm to 5:00pm

Jazz at Rutherfurd Hall: on Sunday, March 26, The Chico Mendoza Latin Jazz Sextet will swing into play providing a powerful program of Latin rhythm and featuring saxophone, trumpet and vibraphone in the ensemble. The audience will want to dance as the rhythm is so intense.

The Jazz at Rutherfurd Hall series brings a variety of outstanding jazz musicians to the historic mansion in Allamuchy Township, NJ, for once-a-month concerts on Sunday afternoons through April.

All concerts are 3 to 5 p.m. in Rutherfurd Hall, 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.

Tickets can be purchased at Rutherfurd Hall online at www.rutherfurdhall.org, or by calling Rutherfurd Hall at 908-852-1894 X138 or Coyne Enterprises at 908-637-6455. Tickets will be available locally in Hackettstown at Mama’s Café Baci and Panther Valley Pharmacy in Allamuchy.

Tickets for all events individually are $25 in advance and $30 the day of the concert. 

Jazz at Rutherfurd is produced by Coyne Enterprises in cooperation with WRNJ Radio. Panther Valley Pharmacy and Heath Village Retirement Community are sponsors of this fifth season of Jazz at Rutherfurd Hall.

Rutherfurd Hall

Historic mansion visited by FDR open for tours every Wednesday at 11am, 12pm and 1pm. Concerts are free to the public with a recommended donation of $10, Tea & Talk lecture series, Film Night, summer camps and more.

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