The New Louis Armstrong Center Is Here!
We are thrilled to announce the new Louis Armstrong Center! Scroll down to see concert, education and community events in the coming month.
Open for Tours
The historic Armstrong home is open for tours by advance registration, Thursdays through Saturdays. Advanced ticket sales required. Group tours available. Purchase tickets and find more details here.
Jazz history comes to life in Corona
Louis Armstrong was one of the most recognizable entertainers in the world when he chose the working-class neighborhood of Corona, Queens to be his home in 1943. We preserve Louis and Lucille’s home, now a historic site and world-class museum. We also provide access to Mr. Armstrong’s extensive archives, develop programs for the public that educate and inspire and host performances with multi-disciplinary artists from around the world.
Fall 2023 | Event Calendar
Garden Concert: Chia’s Dance Party! – October 5th
En esta fecha, la Casa Museo celebra la herencia Hispana con tours en español y un concierto gratuito. Chia’s Dance Party es una emocionante banda de vientos que trae ritmos tradicionales de Colombia incorporados en improvisaciones melódicas que te harán pararte a bailar!
On October 5th the House Museum will celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month by offering free tours in Spanish and a free community concert. Chia’s Dance Party is a vibrant brass band that brings traditional rhythms from Colombia poured into melodic improvisations that will make you get up and dance! Sign up to the newsletter for tickets.
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Trumpet Learning Program
This 6-week music education program will invite a prestigious line-up of teaching artists, who currently lead the scene of jazz on the Trumpet. Students ages 8-12 can enroll in a single class* or commit to the full course. The class meets on Fridays at 3:30 pm, starting on October 6th.
The program is designed for beginners and trumpets will be provided. Students who reside in Corona (11368) will receive a discount on their registration.
Full course registration $75 / Single Lesson $15
Corona Student full course registration $35 / Single lesson $5 (Student must show proof of residence).
To enroll, please fill out the registration form here. Limited seats available. For any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
*Available until October 27th.
Programa de Trompeta
Este programa de seis semanas en educación musical invita a una nómina de prestigiosos instructores, quienes actualmente lideran la escena del jazz en la trompeta. Estudiantes entre 8 y 12 años pueden inscribirse a una sola clase* ó al curso completo. La clase se reúne los viernes a las 3:30pm, comenzando el 6 de octubre. El programa está diseñado para principiantes y se proveerán las trompetas. Los estudiantes que viven en Corona (11368) recibirán un subsidio para cubrir parte de la inscripción.
Inscripción al curso completo $75 / Clase única $15
Estudiante de Corona – Inscripción curso completo $35 / Clase única $5 (Debe presentar prueba de residencia).
Para inscribirse, por favor llene el formulario aquí. Cupos limitados. Para responder sus preguntas, por favor escríbanos a email@example.com
*Únicas clases estarán disponibles sólo hasta el 27 de octubre.
Armstrong Now – Artists in Residence
Premiering in October, The ARMSTRONG NOW 2023 Artist-in-Residence program contextualizes Louis Armstrong’s contributions within historical and 21st Century constellations of Black making, thinking, and vitality. The residency provides emerging artists with a platform to create new work inspired by the vast collection of artifacts and documents in the Armstrong Archives. Learn More!
Community Event: Dreaming a Home
In partnership with the Neighborhood Housing Services of Queens, LAHM is hosting a series of workshops about home ownership, in the tradition of Louis and Lucille, two Black artists who owned their own home in the 1940’s. Visit NHSQ or sign up for our newsletter to learn more. And visit our Community Page featuring items important to Louis Armstrong’s story and our community, including home ownership, education, incarceration, public advocacy, and artistic creation from our friends.
Community Event: Justice Arts
Coming in November, in the legacy of Louis Armstrong, arts organizations working with young people and adults impacted by the criminal justice system will gather for a day of conversation and fellowship. Sign up for the newsletter to be notified about future details.
Volunteer with us!
We offer a 10-month Docent Training program from June 2023 to March 2024. Learn more here.
We’re hiring! See our Careers page
That’s My Home – Curated Archive Stories New stories arrive regularly.
The Louis Armstrong House Museum digital guide. Explore more of the life and career of Louis Armstrong from anywhere, anytime with the Louis Armstrong House Museum digital guide on Bloomberg Connects, the free arts and culture app. Explore this guide before or after your visit! Download the Bloomberg Connects App.
A musical Immortal
The 20th century produced no shortage of legendary instrumentalists and vocalists but Louis Armstrong is the only figure who completely changed the way people played music on their instruments and he completely changed the way people sang. Perfecting the concept of the improvised solo, popularizing the use of scat singing, defining the concept of swing–those are just some of the ways Louis Armstrong changed jazz, and American popular music–during his lifetime.
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