Celebrate with us during Jazz Appreciation Month as we honor the late Charles Mingus’s 100th birthday with performances of his compositions, including his rarely performed extended work “Meditations on Integration,” as well as intergenerational interpretations of his famed “Fables of Faubus” and “Goodbye Porkpie Hat.” As an inventive composer, virtuosic bassist, and groundbreaking band leader, Charles Mingus continues to inspire generations of musicians.
Over the past two years, the organization engaged 1,200 students in 100 online workshops, but Jazz Power is excited to open its doors to new students in person for first time since the pandemic began.
Join us Sunday, December 16 from 2-5 PM at National Jazz Museum in Harlem for the last…
Registration for fourth Annual Summer Jazz Arts Institute is OPEN..
Jazz Power Youth performance with Duke Ellington Center Big Band and American Tap Dance Youth Orchestra, Sunday April 29, 1:00-3:00 pm. In celebration of Duke Ellington’s Birthday, Jazz Power Youth will
Jazz Power Initiative’s Summer Jazz Arts Institute, July 11,12,13. This multi-day training equips teachers and teaching artists with the confidence to employ Jazz Power Pedagogy tools—such as improvisation, active listening, syncopation,
Latin Jazz meets African-American Dance Concert Enjoy a night of cultural fusion with our Latin Jazz meets African-American Dance concert, with Annette Aguilar and Stringbeans featuring Isidro Bobadilla & Okra
Summer Institute for Educators at Muse Machine Summer Institute for Educators in Dayton, Ohio Join artists from Jazz at Lincoln Center and the Jazz Power Initiative at 2018’s Summer Institute,
Enjoy a night of cultural fusion with our Latin Jazz meets African-American Dance concert
Jazz Power is on TV and you can watch us right here on Bob Herbert’s Op-Ed.TV.