Six of Saturns: Preservation Hall x Three Keys Takeover

6OS Pres Hall

Each year during Six of Saturns, our friends at Preservation Hall takeover Three Keys on the Tuesday between New Orleans Jazz Fest weekends with a one day only program exploring New Orleans music and film, and its many influences. For the second installment of this annual collaboration, Preservation Hall celebrates local musical traditions and their relationship to those of friends in Cuba.

PROGRAM SCHEDULE:

12pm: Doors Open

12:30-1:30pm Panel and Showcase: "Women in Film Panel" - Featuring Lily Keber, Nicelle Herrington and Elisabeth Sereda 

Preservation Hall Foundation is proud to present the Women in Film panel, featuring highly creative and talented female filmmakers Lily Keber and Nicelle Herrington. The discussion will focus on their personal journeys in the film industry, their strategies in approaching documentary filmmaking, as well as the broader aspects of representation in film. Moderated by Elisabeth Sereda of the Hollywood Foreign Press, the panel will feature clips from A Tuba to Cuba and Buckjumping, as well as a Q&A from the audience. 

1:45-2:45pm: Preservation All-Stars and Friends present "New Orleans and The Spanish Tinge"


In 1938, Alan Lomax interviewed Jelly Roll Morton for the Library of Congress. While introducing his composition "New Orleans Blues," Morton explained, "Of course, you may notice the Spanish tinge in it. This has so much to do with the typical jazz idea. If one can't manage a way to put these tinges of Spanish in these tunes, they'll never be able to get the right season[ing] , I may call it, for jazz music." This "tinge" came to be understood as the Caribbean, Latin American, and Spanish influence on Jazz. Join the Preservation All-Stars and Friends for an afternoon session of music exploring the Spanish Tinge and its deep roots to New Orleans.

3-4pm: An Afternoon with Telmary Diaz

Don't miss this rare opportunity to move to the music of Telmary. This intimate performance includes Telmary performing alongside Calvin Johnson and Chapter:Soul, performing Telmary's music with a distinctive New Orleans twist. Telmary & Habana Sana blew the roof off the Cuba tent at Jazz Fest last year. From Havana, Cuba, "street poet" Telmary Diaz as emerged as a leader and trendsetter on the cutting edge of hip-hop and urban music in Cuba.

4-8pm: Happy Hour Reception with DJ Riviera Slim & DJ Blk in the Lobby Bar

About Preservation Hall: Established in 2011, the Preservation Hall Foundation has been protecting, preserving, and perpetuating New Orleans music and culture through education, outreach, archiving, and legacy programming.

This program is free of charge and open to the public; however, capacity is limited and seating is not reserved, so early arrival is suggested.


Details

  • 12PM–Tuesday, May 01
  • Doors at 12PM
  • FREE and Open to Public

Each year during Six of Saturns, our friends at Preservation Hall takeover Three Keys on the Tuesday between New Orleans Jazz Fest weekends with a one day only program exploring New Orleans music and film, and its many influences. For the second installment of this annual collaboration, Preservation Hall celebrates local musical traditions and their relationship to those of friends in Cuba.

PROGRAM SCHEDULE:

12pm: Doors Open

12:30-1:30pm Panel and Showcase: "Women in Film Panel" - Featuring Lily Keber, Nicelle Herrington and Elisabeth Sereda 

Preservation Hall Foundation is proud to present the Women in Film panel, featuring highly creative and talented female filmmakers Lily Keber and Nicelle Herrington. The discussion will focus on their personal journeys in the film industry, their strategies in approaching documentary filmmaking, as well as the broader aspects of representation in film. Moderated by Elisabeth Sereda of the Hollywood Foreign Press, the panel will feature clips from A Tuba to Cuba and Buckjumping, as well as a Q&A from the audience. 

1:45-2:45pm: Preservation All-Stars and Friends present "New Orleans and The Spanish Tinge"


In 1938, Alan Lomax interviewed Jelly Roll Morton for the Library of Congress. While introducing his composition "New Orleans Blues," Morton explained, "Of course, you may notice the Spanish tinge in it. This has so much to do with the typical jazz idea. If one can't manage a way to put these tinges of Spanish in these tunes, they'll never be able to get the right season[ing] , I may call it, for jazz music." This "tinge" came to be understood as the Caribbean, Latin American, and Spanish influence on Jazz. Join the Preservation All-Stars and Friends for an afternoon session of music exploring the Spanish Tinge and its deep roots to New Orleans.

3-4pm: An Afternoon with Telmary Diaz

Don't miss this rare opportunity to move to the music of Telmary. This intimate performance includes Telmary performing alongside Calvin Johnson and Chapter:Soul, performing Telmary's music with a distinctive New Orleans twist. Telmary & Habana Sana blew the roof off the Cuba tent at Jazz Fest last year. From Havana, Cuba, "street poet" Telmary Diaz as emerged as a leader and trendsetter on the cutting edge of hip-hop and urban music in Cuba.

4-8pm: Happy Hour Reception with DJ Riviera Slim & DJ Blk in the Lobby Bar

About Preservation Hall: Established in 2011, the Preservation Hall Foundation has been protecting, preserving, and perpetuating New Orleans music and culture through education, outreach, archiving, and legacy programming.

This program is free of charge and open to the public; however, capacity is limited and seating is not reserved, so early arrival is suggested.

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