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A Tribute to The 1938 Jazz Festival

Admission £10
Start Time 19:00
End Time 22:00

Step back in time to the age of great American jazz with this tribute to the iconic 1938 Jazz Festival at Carnegie Hall.

With music from all the great Jazz artists of the 20’s and 30’s from Duke Ellington and Cole Porter, to Lady Day and Louis Armstrong – this is a treat for seasoned Jazz aficionados and easy listeners alike.

Presented as part of the Carnegie Hall Concert series; celebrating The Old Library’s Historic link to one of New York City’s cultural powerhouses .

As one of the thousands of Andrew Carnegie Libraries across the UK, Europe and The United States they are excited to be piloting this exciting programme of work that looks at the cultural significance of the iconic concerts that have filled the hall – whilst also allowing those artists and their specialisms to inform their wider body of work – from concerts and events to community music workshops.

This pilot concert is presented with support of the National Lottery Heritage Fund. All proceeds go to Lister Steps Charity -allowing them to continue their programme of free or subsidised activity in their community hub, The Old Library.

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