enJOY Jazz with the Bill Tiberio Band
Monday, May 16, 2022 at 7:00 PM
All Tickets: $10

Enjoy jazz with some of the most prominent musicians in the region, curated by host Mike Carbone, select Monday nights at the Firehouse Stage! All performers, staff, volunteers and patrons must provide proof of vaccination or negative COVID-19 result – details below.

Saxophone: Bill Tiberio
Drum Set: Phil Lake
Guitar: Vinnie Ruggiero
Piano: Scott Bradley
Bass: Geoff Smith

Jazz programming is proudly underwritten by The Jazz Fund.

Please be ready to show your proof of vaccination and identification upon entry. If you are not vaccinated, you may  contact the Box Office to purchase a ticket and provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test result upon entry (either a negative rapid test taken on the same day as the performance, or a negative PCR test from within 72 hours of showtime). 

We ask that you wear an appropriate face covering/mask at all times when you are not actively eating or drinking. Masks must be worn in common areas and should only be removed once you are seated, and only when necessary.

Dates, times, locations, performers, and prices are subject to change. 


Experience the multi-talented Camille Thurman, a formidable saxophonist and a recent second-place winner of the prestigious Sarah Vaughan Vocal Competition, with her band, the outstanding Darrell Green Quartet.

Sunday, April 24, 2022 at 2pm – Tickets: $25; $20 for Seniors & Students

Buy online at: https://firehousestage.org/events/camille/

Please note: Dates, times, and performers are subject to change. 

UNDERWRITTEN BY THE JAZZ FUND


enJOY Jazz
Monday, April 11, 2022 at 7:00 PM at the Schorr Family Firehouse Stage
All Tickets: $10

Jazz programming is proudly underwritten by The Jazz Fund.

Please be ready to show your proof of vaccination and identification upon entry. If you are not vaccinated, you may  contact the Box Office to purchase a ticket and provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test result upon entry (either a negative rapid test taken on the same day as the performance, or a negative PCR test from within 72 hours of showtime). 

We ask that you wear an appropriate face covering/mask at all times when you are not actively eating or drinking. Masks must be worn in common areas and should only be removed once you are seated, and only when necessary.

Dates, times, locations, performers, and prices are subject to change. 

More Chances to enJOY Jazz:
Monday, May 16, 2022 at 7:00 pm
Monday, June 20, 2022 at 7:00 pm


EnJOY JAZZ with Julie Falatico & The Rick Montalbano Quartet
Monday, March 21, 2022 at 7pm
Tickets: $10

Enjoy jazz with some of the most prominent musicians in the region, curated by host Mike Carbone. All patrons, performers, staff, and volunteers must provide proof of vaccination or negative COVID-19 result – details below.

Piano: Rick Montalbano
Vocals: Julie Falatico
Saxophone: John Rhode
Bass: Tom Brigandi
Drum Set: Jimmy Johns

Please be ready to show your proof of vaccination and identification upon entry. If you are not vaccinated, you may  contact the Box Office to purchase a ticket and provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test result upon entry (either a negative rapid test taken on the same day as the performance, or a negative PCR test from within 72 hours of showtime). 

We ask that you wear an appropriate face covering/mask at all times when you are not actively eating or drinking. Masks must be worn in common areas and should only be removed once you are seated, and only when necessary.

Dates, times, and performers are subject to change.

Jazz programming is proudly underwritten by The Jazz Fund.


Created by Harlem jazz musician and composer Allan Harris, Cross That River takes audiences on a musical journey into the true story of the Black cowboys who escaped slavery and became legends of the American West. Sunday, January 30, 2022 at 2:00 pm and 5:00 pm. Tickets: $20, or $15 for Senior Citizens & Students. A talkback will be held after the 5pm performance. Groups of 10 or more save 20% – call the Box Office for details at: (607) 772-2404, ext. 301.

To buy tickets, visit: https://firehousestage.org/events/cross/

Video Preview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o5WBDOHiK6M

Please note: Dates, times, and performers are subject to change. Please be prepared to show your proof of vaccination upon entry. 

General Operating Support is provided to the Goodwill Theatre by a grant from the Broome County Art’s Council’s United Cultural Fund.

 


Drink Beer | Talk History!

Join the Phelps Mansion Museum in both learning history and drinking beer on November 18th. Local historian, Matt Hollis, hosts a presentation detailing the transformation of music following the Civil War.

“Jelly Roll, Joplin, & Jim Crow: Music in the Late 19th Century”

Musical styles in the late 19th and early 20th centuries in the United States mirrored the very real social and cultural changes in the decades following the Civil War and Reconstruction. As the US transitioned from slave economy to one of free labor, sentiments of hope and nationalism dominated the American musical landscape.

Yet these expressions also included a whimsy or nostalgia for a “lost age.”

While some of these were innocent reflections on the inevitable changing of the national landscape, others tapped into long-held stereotypes in support of the Jim Crow-era racial hierarchy. Nonetheless, innovative currents of musical structure and performance paralleled massive waves of immigration and internal migration, giving birth to some of the United States’ most beloved musical genres: ragtime, blues, and jazz.

Matt Hollis is a historian who has studied numerous topics ranging from the American Revolution to slave societies in the Atlantic world. He has edited a vast collection of papers and taught courses on world civilizations and American history at several universities.

Admission

*Reservation ONLY*

    • Non-Members: $10.00/person
    • Members: $8.00/person
    • First drink is free is with admission.

Reservations
NonMember $10.00 USDMember $8.00 USD