Registration is required for all events–whether or not a charge is involved. Club members register for themselves and their guests by using our online system, by emailing us, or by calling our office at 212-596-1305. Some events have a limited number of non-member tickets available, and these are secured via the links shown below. Of course, we welcome any questions about any of the events that we’ve created.
Friday Night Holiday Jazz with Jonathan Dely & his Band
Friday, December 7 at 8:00 pm
$10 for members; $20 for guests
Price includes one (1) drink ticket. Cash Bar will be available for additional purchases
Jazz trumpeter Jonathan Dely, Williams ’15, returns to the Williams Club for a concert showcasing his world-class band, special guests, and an exciting program featuring jazz renditions of holiday favorites. Dely performs a concert as energetic as it is cool and romantic, to the delight of audiences of all ages and musical backgrounds.
Jonathan Dely, 25, is an award-winning trumpet soloist from New York, New York. He has been named a finalist in the International Trumpet Guild Jazz Competition, the National Trumpet Competition & the Yamaha Performing Artist Competition, and has performed at such esteemed venues as Lincoln Center, Blue Note NYC and the Highline Ballroom. He graduated with latin honors from Williams College, and earned his Masters from the Manhattan School of Music in 2017.
Infrastructure Redefined: The Future of Schools
5th in a continuing series
Monday, March 25
6:30 pm reception, 7:00 program
Free for members, $10 for guests
Education is a fundamental component of any society, and public education is among the most salient potential advantages maintained by any nation. As the world changes, the educational landscape becomes increasingly competitive, and this evolution requires us to rethink the way education is defined and applied. The emergence of new models such as charter schools and coding bootcamps reflects this evolution, and establishes a new set of standards and possibilities for the future of learning.
Keeping with the theme of our ongoing panel series, this discussion will explore a kind of infrastructure which is less brick-and-mortar in the traditional sense, but just as meaningful: the infrastructure of our educational institutions and processes. We will hear from a panel of executives with a range of perspectives on public school administration and financing, charter schools, and the value of education in our times.