Listen, lounge, and lunch with us on Saturday, April 7th for our last Jazz at Noon of the winter/spring season! Things are (finally) starting to spring to life, and our upcoming celebration promises to be full of life. Just step downstairs into the cozy, atmospheric nightclub called The Palace Underground – a Hamilton hot-spot, and birthplace of our tremendously popular Jazz Noon series.

This month, trumpeter/host, Jim McDowell will welcome back the smooth guitar stylings of Rick Balestra, the dynamic drumming of Deacon Mark Shiner, and the way-beyond-his-years bass work of Colgate’s Grant Morro, ’19. Dianne Adams McDowell will join the party; as will the very musical Mason McDowell. Also returning to Jazz at Noon with her jazzy vocals will be Maggie Fitzpatrick, and we will be introducing to Jazz at Noon audiences a young and capable Colgate vocalist – the sweet and talented Julia Segal, ’20! (And there may even be some surprises in store, as well!)

If you are feeling hungry, Chartwells will (once again) be working their culinary magic in the kitchen – creating a spinach and artichoke salad with your choice of salmon or chicken and a delectable cheesecake dessert. So on Saturday, April 7th, put some spring in your step, and meet your friends at the Palace Underground to listen, lounge, and lunch with Jazz at Noon.

Jazz at Noon will return to Arts at the Palace in the fall with the following dates: September 1st, October 6th, November 3rd, and December 1st.

Arts at the Palace is a community arts organization dedicated to presenting, developing and expanding the reach of the arts within the Central New York region. As an organization focused on inclusion, innovation and imagination, Arts at the Palace will nurture a vibrant arts community, foster artistic excellence, and inspire creative exchange through community connection and collaboration.