As with many organizations in Washington Heights, Inwood and Harlem, we have kept working throughout this difficult pandemic, to continue our intergenerational, multicultural work with our students, teaching artists and audiences. And we have never lost our passion about the amazing lessons of adaptability, creativity and community that jazz music has to offer us all.
Jazz Power Initiative invites students ages 10-17 to its Jazz Power Youth Master Class at United Palace Cultural Theatre, Thursday, February 20th 2019, 4:30-7:00pm Led by master teachers Eli Yamin
Jazz Power Initiative and National Jazz Museum in Harlem present our next Intergenerational Jazz Jam. Co-led by Eli Yamin with Jennifer Vincent, bass; and Dwayne “Cook” Broadnax, drums. Featured artist to be
On June 23rd and 24th, we witnessed two remarkable final performances to our 12-week youth workshop by our students. Here are some highlights…
Our seniors in Washington Heights will enjoy our first Intergenerational Jazz Jam for Seniors at Riverstone Senior Life Services center.
Join us for the opening reception of NoMAA’s Uptown Arts Stroll at Washington Heights.
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
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