About the series
Jazz Forum Arts presents 32 free outdoor summer concerts across five regular venues along the Hudson River: Dobbs Ferry, Lyndhurst, Tarrytown, Sleepy Hollow and Ossining, July 5th to August 25th, 6:30-8pm in all locations.
The performers include emerging and established artists, and groups ranging from trios and quartets to a full jazz orchestra.
JFA brings top quality, live jazz music to wide audiences throughout the New York metropolitan area and is committed to the appreciation and understanding of this distinctly American art form.
The 2023 season featured these talented performers backed by beautiful Hudson River sunsets!
Kim Clarke & Friends
New Yorker Kim Clarke is an accomplished composer, bassist, and bandleader.
Anaïs Reno Quartet
Hailed for her once in a lifetime voice, 19-year-old Anaïs Reno has wowed audiences at Birdland, Lincoln Center and Carnegie Hall.
Folklore Urbano Trio
Folklore Urbano uniquely combine the rhythms of the Caribbean with pianist Pablo Mayor's native Colombian music.
Wayne Tucker and The Bad Mothas
Trumpeter Wayne Tucker and his band have an energetic sound and give the American Songbook a welcome update
Joel Forrester Quartet
Joel Forrester is the composer of more than 1600 tunes, a versatile and accomplished jazz pianist.
Racci was inspired to reinvent Italian classics with modern jazz arrangements. She’ll celebrate Italy’s national summer holiday on this gig.
Tommy Campbell's truly unique and authentic drumming has brought awards and global recognition.
Explore the commonalities of Puerto Rican and Irish music with pianist/ bodhrán percussionist Colin Harte.
Sunset Jazz returns to Tarrytown's waterfront in July and August 2023. Watch the sun set over the Hudson River while listening to top jazz performers!
Pierson Park, 240 West Main Street, Tarrytown, NY 10591