Jazz Power Prep at Duke Ellington Elementary School present: “The Duke Ellington Story and a Modern Renaissance in the Heights”, Friday May 24th, 5:30pm …a music, dance and theatre performance
NoMAA’s Uptown Arts Stroll opening reception performance at United Palace in Washington Heights, May 28, 6:30 pm. We will be performing with Zah! Jazz Power Youth featuring vocalist Antoinette Montague and Jazz Power
Join us for our 15th Anniversary Celebration at The DiMenna Center, May 29th at 7 pm. We will honor our longtime advisor, Kenny Barron, and will be also celebrating co-founder
Jazz Power Initiative presents Intergenerational Jazz Jam for Seniors at Riverstone Senior Life Services Center, June 7th, 12:30 pm. For more information, click here.
Our Jazz Power Prep kids at Duke Ellington Elementary School are ready to show you what they have learned…
Mother’s day is here, so you are invited to celebrate with us at National Jazz Museum in Harlem on our Intergenerational Jazz Jam, feat. Bob Stewart, tuba, and Curtis Stewart, violin.
Jazz Power Initiative in collaboration with Lehman College presents a two-day training for artists and educators free of charge.
You can’t miss this opportunity to see Max Pollak and Rumba Tap in action!
Jazz Power Initiative and National Jazz Museum in Harlem present our next Intergenerational Jazz Jam. Co-led by Eli Yamin and special guest, Max Pollak and Rumba Tap featuring: Max Pollak, vox, tap,
Jazz Power Youth performs at Car Free Earth Day, April 27th, 11:00 am-12:30 pm. Jazz Power Youth will be performing along with Eli Yamin and special guests for Car Free
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