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Registration open for Jazz Power Institute at Lehman College this Summer 2019

Jazz Power Initiative in collaboration with Lehman College presents a two-day training for artists and educators free of charge.

Intergenerational Jazz Jam on April 14th featuring Max Pollak and Rumba Tap

You can’t miss this opportunity to see Max Pollak and Rumba Tap in action!

Intergenerational Jazz Jam on March 10th celebrates Women’s History Month with vocalist Antoinette Montague

  26.02.2019   Janny Gonzalez   Blog   No comments

Jazz Power Initiative and National Jazz Museum in Harlem present our next Intergenerational Jazz Jam, celebrating Women’s History Month with vocalist Antoinette Montague joining Eli Yamin, piano, James Zollar, trumpet,

Save the NEW Date, May 29th, for our Jazz Power Celebration!

Save The New Date… May 29, 2019. Jazz Power Celebration To Benefit Our Programs

Jazz Power Youth Master Class with Eli Yamin and Mickey Davidson featuring special guest Catherine Russell @ United Palace Mar-21

Jazz Power Initiative invites students ages 10-17 to its Jazz Power Youth Master Class at United Palace Cultural Theatre, Thursday, March 21st 2019, 4:30-7pm Led by master teachers Eli Yamin

Intergenerational Jazz Jam Feb-2019: Walter Perkins and MJT+3 Birthday Salute!

JPI Friends, we are restarting our Intergenerational Jazz Jam Series on Sunday, February 10th, 2019 2-5 PM.

LAST CHANCE Registration Open for Youth Master Class

Registration is now open for our Jazz Power Youth Master Classes…

Intergenerational Jazz Jam in the holiday spirit with Swing Dance Party with Mickey D and Friends!

Join us Sunday, December 16 from 2-5 PM at National Jazz Museum in Harlem for the last…

NEW Intergenerational Jazz Jam series kicks off with JAZZ WOMAN TO THE RESCUE!

  1.09.2018   Janny Gonzalez   Blog, News   No comments

We’re back with Intergenerational Jazz Jam, bringing people together to experience the power of Jazz, Community and Swing!

Free summer concerts in NYC Parks

  29.08.2018   Janny Gonzalez   Blog, News, Press   No comments

“Jazz Power to the People” and “Latin Jazz meets African American Dance,” brought together diverse audiences in uptown Manhattan.