Jazz at The Kreeger

In collaboration with Elijah Jamal Balbed, The Kreeger Museum is honored and thrilled to present Jazz at The Kreeger, a series that furthers our mission to share music across the city. Now in its third year, this series supports and spotlights the wealth of musical talent in our metropolitan area.

Save the date for our upcoming Jazz at The Kreeger Concerts:

**July 22nd, 2023: Summer Jazz Celebration
**August 19th, 2023
**September 16th, 2023
October 21st, 2023
November 18th, 2023

** Indicates the concert will take place outdoors, weather-permitting.

Tommy Holladay

Saturday, June 10th | 3:00pm–4:00pm

Tickets | $30

A select number of "pay what you can" tickets are availble. Please email education@kreegermuseum.org for more information.

In the case of inclement weather, this concert will be moved indoors to the Great Hall.

There is no parking on site for this event. Ride sharing is encouraged. Please plan accordingly.

In the event that you must cancel your reservation, please let us know as soon as possible so we can offer your seat to someone from our waiting list. Refunds will only be issued for cancellations made more than 24 hours in advance.

About the Artists

Tommy Holladay- Guitar 

Jose Luiz Martins- Keys 

Romeir Mendez- Bass 

Adam Arruda- Drums 

Tommy Holladay graduated summa cum laude from the internationally acclaimed Berklee College of Music, where he was additionally awarded the William G Leavitt and the Stephen D. Holland scholarships for jazz guitar performance.  In May 2014, Tommy received his Master’s degree in jazz studies from the New England Conservatory, where he studied with Brad Shepik, Billy Hart, Jerry Bergonzi, John McNeil and many other renowned jazz artists.  In July 2014, Tommy performed as a semi-finalist at the Socar International Montreux Jazz Guitar competition. 

Tommy has recorded or shared the stage with many notable jazz artists including Darren Barrett, Walter Smith III, Justin Faulkner, Gilbert Castellanos,  Joshua White, Adam Arruda, Kush Abadey, Jonathan Pinson, Mark Whitfield Jr,  Rick Rosato, Immanuel Wilkins, Vanisha Gould, Dana Hawkins, and many others. 

This project was supported by the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities.