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Our monthly jazz series hosted by Audra Mariel returns with
Special guests Efrat & Kanttara Naba 

Thursday, April 27, 7:00pm

Strauss Mansion  

Arturo returns to the Mansion! He will be performing with Efrat and Kanttara Naba. 

Season sponsor: Steven Griffing

$15 at the door.
Doors at 6:45pm, music at 7:00pm. Bring a dish or drink to share. The mansion will be set up cabaret-style. If weather permits, we will open the windows and doors and part of our porch will be open for additional seating.  






Weekend in Old Monmouth
Saturday: Porch Yard Sale 

Saturday & Sunday, May 6 & 7
7:30 pm


The Strauss Mansion enthusiastically participates in Weekend in Old Monmouth. This is an annual two-day event—created and organized by the Monmouth County Historical Commission—when 48 of the Monmouth County history sites open their doors to visitors and waive their admission fees. This weekend at the Mansion will feature guides in Victorian and Edwardian dress and serve period appropriate teas. 


For more information about this event please visit the Monmouth County Historical Commission at the link below 



Enid Farber: Photographer of Jazz

Wednesday, 17 May, 7:30pm

Strauss Mansion Museum

We welcome Enid to the Strauss Mansion for a talk about her work. 
Enid Farber is considered one of the world's top jazz photographers. Farber and her work were featured in Jazztimes Magazine's December 1997 “Classic Jazz Photography” issue as one of the masters of jazz photography. She was the sole female of four names mentioned in the New York Times in May 1997 as “one of the young generation of talented photographers documenting the current jazz scene”.

Some of Farber’s classic jazz images were selected for noted filmmaker Ken Burns' historic 20 hour documentary on jazz aired on PBS in January 2001 and companion book. In the book, Bums acknowledges Farber, the sole female amongst 14 legendary male photographers, as “an extraordinary group of the finest jazz art photographers in the country”.