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To our Members, Supporters, Friends, and Artists:

APFJ has been presenting its fall concert series of the highest quality jazz programming for 33 consecutive years. In doing so, APFJ has established itself as one of the preeminent presenters of this music in New York’s Capital Region, if not the country.

Regrettably in the Fall of 2020, due to health and safety issues associated with the COVID-19 pandemic, APFJ for the first time in its history was unable present a series of concerts. In cancelling its Fall 2020 season, the Board of Directors of APFJ determined to reschedule its concerts to Spring 2021 and present the same artists that had been contracted for the Fall.

Now, owing to the continued virulence of COVID-19, the Board of APFJ must unfortunately again postpone its concert series. Our present plan is to restart our program in the Fall of 2021 as shown below. However, those plans will be implemented only if our ability to provide the concerts in ways that minimize to the greatest extent possible any risks associated with the virus to our members, artists, guests and community is secure based upon current thinking and conditions at that time.

In announcing this change of plans, we wish to acknowledge and thank those of you who responded to our survey.  The information you provided was invaluable and factored significantly into our decision-making. We would also like to thank you and all of our friends for your continuing support of APFJ and its mission!

With best wishes for you, your family and loved ones to stay safe and healthy,

     The APFJ Board of Directors


Fall 2021 Series

All concerts are at 7:30 p.m. at the Unitarian Universalist Society of Schenectady,
1221 Wendell Ave, Schenectady, NY


 Ann Hampton Callaway

Peg Delaney

Bobby Watson

Geoff Keezer

Steve Davis


This concert series is made possible in part by public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts, a state agency.

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