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Educators and Artists enriched their jazz tools in our Jazz Power Institute 2019

This year’s Jazz Power Institute was full of great energy and creativity. In our two days at Lehman College in the Bronx, we covered Jazz History, methods for teaching Jazz, Swing, Blues, Jazz dance, healthy singing, songwriting, Improvisation, and so much more…

Jazz Power Youth Workshop Showcase Performances

On June 23rd and 24th, we witnessed two remarkable final performances to our 12-week youth workshop by our students. Here are some highlights…

Jazz Power Initiative with NEA Jazz Master Kenny Barron at WBGO Radio

Three generations of jazz educators talked about their experiences marrying artistic projects with education, involving youth in jazz arts and their impact in their lives, specially in their school performance.

Jazz Power Prep at PS4 Duke Ellington School: A Celebration of the Arts, Diversity and the Community

On the evening of May 24, this group of 40 young children performed their final showcase to a joyful and proud auditorium, with great professionalism and commitment…

JPI Friends, WE MADE IT!

The Jazz Power Initiative Fifteen Anniversary Celebration brought joy, tears, music, dance and hope…

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.

Holding the Torch For Liberty at Johnny Pacheco Latin Music and Jazz Festival

Celebrating 100 years of women’s suffrage in New York State Holding the Torch For Liberty…

Jazz Power Youth Master Classes Registration OPEN

Registration is now open for Jazz Power Youth Master Classes…

Jazz Power T-Shirts Are Now Available

“The future belongs to those who give the next generation reason for hope.”

Jazz Power Gala Honors Barbara Murray

  12.09.2017   JPI   Homepage Posts, News   No comments

“Those who understand the depth of Jazz music’s importance…may be called truth tellers, sooth sayers and nurturers of…”