The Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra
Featuring 2x GRAMMY Winner Samara Joy
Online Performance (Directions & Parking)
** This is a past performance, this event was on Sun., March 26 **

3/26 Livestream Purchasing Update: Unfortunately, streaming capacity for this concert has been reached and The Soraya has closed sales for streaming this event. Several seats to attend this concert in-person have opened, and can be purchased here.

“Following one of the most incredible weeks of my life, I hate to tell you all that under the weather. Although I’m going to be just fine in a week or so, based on doctor’s orders, we are going to have to postpone my concert this Saturday at The Soraya - NEW DATE: MARCH 26TH,” said Ms. Joy in a social media post today.”I am looking SO FORWARD to sharing the stage with the incomparable Clayton-Hamilton Orchestra at that time, and we can all celebrate together!”

If you are a ticket holder, your tickets are valid for the new date and no further action is needed. If you purchased a Livestream pass, you will receive a link to the livestream 24 hours before the concert.

If you have questions or cannot make the rescheduled date, please contact our Ticket Office at or call (818) 677-3000. We apologize for the inconvenience.

We look forward to hosting you in March.

Due to extraordinary demand, The Clayton Hamilton Jazz Orchestra featuring Samara Joy is sold out.  We encourage you to purchase a $19 pass to watch the livestream of this concert from the comfort of your home. The livestream will include exclusive interviews and content not available to those attending in person. 

Hailing from the Bronx, rising Jazz phenom and recent two-time GRAMMY® Award winner Samara Joy will join LA favorite the Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra on The Soraya stage for a unique pairing. Founded by Jeff Hamilton and brothers John Clayton and Jeff Clayton, the Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra has been swinging for more than 36 years enamoring audiences alike! Joy, a deeply emotive vocalist, exploded onto the scene in 2019 at the age of 21—often surprising audiences with the power she packs and her “lighter than air” and “understated, swingy rhythm,” (Kevin Whitehead, NPR). Joy won her first two GRAMMY® Awards, Best New Artist and Best Jazz Vocal Album, at the 65th Annual GRAMMY® Awards on February 5, 2023.

This performance was generously underwritten by The Garland Hotel

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