Catskill Jazz Factory and Woodstock Playhouse joins forces with New York Hot Jazz Festival for a special and originally commissioned red hot swingin’ holiday extravaganza!
This festive double-bill sensation features two top ensembles in today's burgeoning NYC jazz scene, the Patrick Bartley Orchestra and The Copacetics, in a sizzling hot jazz extravaganza with a dollop of pre-New Year's Eve celebratory spirit mixed in! The show will feature red hot stylings of the Patrick Bartley Orchestra, the swinging vocal harmonies of The Copacetics, the exhilarating tap dance wizardry of Dewitt Fleming Jr., mellifluous vocals of Tatiana Eva-Marie, Charles Turner III, and Sasha Masakowski. An evening of swinging revelry awaits!
Gold Tier $55 Rows A-F,
Blue Tier $50 Rows G-N
Green Tier $40 Rows P-Q
BRING THE FAMILY! Blue or Green Tier Child/Student Tickets for Ages 16 & Under $15
The cost of each ticket will include a $3 handling fee
The Patrick Bartley Orchestra
Joe McDonough, trombone
DeWitt Fleming Jr., tap dance
Charles Turner III, vocals
NEW YORK HOT JAZZ FESTIVAL
Hot Jazz Productions, Inc is NYC-based presenting organization with New York Hot Jazz Festival, Pangea Jazz Fest (the festival of World Music/Jazz fusion,) and the New York Brass Festival (the festival of brass band music) under its umbrella. Hot Jazz Productions's flagship festival - the New York Hot Jazz Festival - is an annual New York City multi-stage marathon showcasing traditional jazz from New Orleans hot jazz through the big band swing era, as well as Manouche jazz and ragtime. The Festival was launched in 2013 as a day-long celebration for New York’s hot jazz and swing communities, but has expanded its mission to year-round presentations of and advocacy for traditional jazz through various collaborations and partnerships, including curation and co-presentation of special programs at Central Park SummerStage, Jazz at Lincoln Center, and Symphony Space, as well as curation and hosting of an annual dedicated NY Hot Jazz Fest stage at NYC Winter Jazzfest. The Fest has spearheaded a number of original projects and facilitated in formation of a number of new bands such as Gotham Kings, Gotham SophistiCats, and the Mahogany Hall Pleasure Society Jazz Band.