This National Landmark building that blend Queen Anne, Victorian, and Art Deco architectural elements, and is just as comfortable mixing up its music styles. It is one of the homes of the Jazz Forum Arts Series and also offers folk, blues, classical, pop, and rock performances as well as children's and musical theater. Notable artists and groups that have performed here include Joan Baez, David Byrne, Tony Bennett, Dave Brubeck, Suzanne Vega, Rufus Wainwright, and Neko Case. Recently, $120,000 was spent to replace stage curtains and bringing the Art Deco marquee back to its original glory.
We love the Tarrytown Music Hall for its historic properties, with its Queen Ann-style brickwork on its facade and its Art Deco marquee. But we also love how history is still being made there, with its stage being home to world-class performances by artists like Dan Bern, Dar Williams, David Sandborn, and Dianne Reeves. With such an intimate setting, every seat in the house is stellar; and you can stay through the encores without worrying about missing the last train out of Grand Central like you would if you were silly enough to go to the city for music.
We know that you've been to Tarrytown's legendary Music Hall to rock with David Byrne or groove to the Westchester Jazz Orchestra. But did you know that the Music Hall is also the perfect antidote to the Mom, I'm bored disease? That's right. Take away the Wii-mote and give your children the thrill of watching their favorite book characters, historical figures, and or just sit back and enjoy the show, it's always a pleasure to visit the Music Hall, he says. This historic theater, with its wide range of offerings, is one of the county's special places.