EVENTS AFFECTED INCLUDE Intelligent Lives (March 12), múm (March 25), The Orchestra Now (March 29), Camphill Hudson Players (April 3) and Bird Flight: A Charlie Parker Centennial Celebration (starting April 4)
Hudson, NY – Hudson Hall has been closely monitoring ongoing developments worldwide as they relate to the coronavirus (COVID-19). The safety of our audiences, artists, partners and staff is our priority.
Therefore, it is with much regret that we have decided that the most responsible course of action is to suspend all activities at Hudson Hall involving large gatherings for the next 30 days. We will continue to closely monitor the situation and, wherever possible, events will be rescheduled to a later date to be announced.
All ticket holders to Intelligent Lives (March 12), múm (March 25), The Orchestra Now (March 29), Camphill Hudson Players (April 3) and Bird Flight: A Charlie Parker Centennial Celebration concert series (starting April 4) have been notified with further information on how to exchange, receive a credit, convert tickets to a contribution, or receive a refund.
Please note, our building and current and scheduled exhibitions will be open as planned during this period, with opening receptions to be rescheduled at a later date. Youth and community workshops taking place at Hudson Hall are also suspended.
Hudson Hall has implemented a daily cleaning program using EPA-registered disinfectant to systematically clean areas that are touched frequently, including restrooms, door handles, light switches, banisters, elevator buttons, and office equipment. We do, however, encourage those in high risk groups or anyone who feels unwell to please stay at home.
For more information and updates to this evolving situation, please check our website and social media channels.
Development & Marketing Manager
Hudson Hall at the historic Hudson Opera House and New York State's oldest surviving theater.
327 Warren Street
Hudson, NY 12534