Box Office: 518-677-2495, ext. 311
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Masks will be optional for any and all attendees, in classes and audiences. If an artist or instructor wants attendees to wear masks, because of that artist or instructor’s health risks, they may request that attendees wear masks and Hubbard Hall will communicate that request to attendees. Students and professional artists are able to rehearse and perform without masks or health screenings.
Freight Depot Studio
Join us for a FREE workshop performance and artist discussion of this new opera!
Pre-registrations are recommended because seating is limited.
Sorry John Henry the song has no end is an experimental opera inspired by a 1940 Broadway production of John Henry which closed only 5 days after its New York premiere. The musical starred Paul Robeson in the title role alongside a notable cast including Ruby Elzy, Josh White, and Bayard Rustin. The project resurrects archival text, music, and images to reconsider stories of land, labor, and freedom that weave through the many renditions of the popular folk tale. Director Ian Andrew Askew, along with project collaborators, will offer a presentation for the project still in development. Collaborators include Joshuah Brian Campbell, mace dent johnson, Dyani Douze, Eden Girma, Jasmine Wilson, Khari Lucas, Kiara Benn, and Cheyanne Williams.
Ian Andrew Askew is an artist working in music, theater, and performance. Iterations of their project SLAMDANCE have been presented at The Performing Garage and published online by The Kitchen. Other recent projects include Until Other Times at JACK and Frequency by Justin Allen with Yulan Grant at The Chocolate Factory. As a sound artist alongside Camila Ortiz, they have created scores for work by Christopher Myers, Jackie Sibblies Drury, Joie Lee, and Kamal Nassif. Ian co-sound designed and performs in KLII (Walker Art Center, REDCAT, Chelsea Factory/Public Theater). As an associate with opera directors Zack Winokur and Kaneza Schaal, Ian has presented work with Lincoln Center, The American Repertory Theater, The Metropolitan Museum, Detroit Opera, Spoleto Festival USA, LA Opera, Boston Lyric Opera, and Carolina Performing Arts.
As a training ground for both young and seasoned artists, Hubbard Hall continues to develop a new generation of artists and audiences while providing opportunities for individuals to take new risks and grow beyond their comfort zone. Through classes in dance, theater, music, movement, visual arts, puppetry, creative writing, martial arts, yoga, and even gardening, Hubbard Hall gives students of all ages an opportunity to learn, collaborate, and grow.
Hot Club of Saratoga plays a repertoire that reflects the spirit and style originated by Django Reinhardt and Stephane Grappelli in The Quintet of the Hot Club of France most prominent in the 1930’s. The driving rhythms under dynamic soloing give the music a life and vibrancy sure to bring a smile and often an irresistible desire to move.
Tickets: $25 for Adults, $10 Students 21 and under
Join us for an evening of music as we welcome back the Seagle Festival to Hubbard Hall. This world-class festival brought you a revue of Cole Porter in 2019, Irving Berlin in 2021, and The Music of Stephen Sondheim last October. For fans of Brigadoon, Camelot, and My Fair Lady, this concert is a must.
Tickets: $25 for Adults, $10 for Students 21 and under
With a program of Strauss, Wagner, Borodin, Shostakovich, and Mendelssohn, this concert will be a collaboration between Music from Salem and the Saratoga Chamber Players.
Jill Levy, Helen Hyun Lee, Amanda Brin, Lily Holgate, violin; Lila Brown, John Batchelder, viola; Annabelle Hoffman & Erica Pikhardt, cello
Ticket Price: $30
*If you cannot pay $30, please call Hubbard Hall at 518-677-2495 to book a Pay What You Can ticket at another price.
Breaking Bread brings our community together and offers new ways to create, communicate and collaborate. A safe, inclusive, and sensitive space for LGBTQI+ community members where everyone is welcome and everyone is celebrated for who they are. Come break bread with us. Events are Free.
David A. Snider – Executive & Artistic Director
Hubbard Hall is a thriving arts center dedicated to cultivating, sustaining and promoting the cultural life of our rural community.
25 E. Main St.
Cambridge, NY 12816
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