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Jazz Power Initiative Launches Youth Workshop Opening Doors to New Students
(Published: January 10, 2022)

Jazz Power Initiative (JPI), a non-profit organization that transforms lives through jazz music education and performing arts, is opening its doors to new students, with a series of free OPEN STUDIO classes in voice, dance and theatre arts on Thursdays, January 20, February 17 and March 10 from 4:30pm-7pm at United Palace located at 4140 Broadway and 175th Street in Washington Heights. There is no charge to attend but parent/guardians must register their young person age 10-17 at jazzpower.org/youth.

Our OPEN STUDIO classes will be led by the community oriented jazz pianist, composer and educator Eli Yamin, along with acclaimed jazz vocalist Antoinette Montague and veteran theater director and choreographer Mickey Davidson, introducing young performers ages 10-17 to blues and jazz, to activate their imagination and creative self-expression through song and dance. Students who complete one or more Open Studio classes are eligible to participate in Jazz Power's 12-week after-school training program starting in late March.

Classes are offered at no charge to families in need through our Youth Education programs, funded in part by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, and the New York State Council on the Arts, with the support from the New York State Legislature.

Registration and attendance are open to all students at no charge. Guardians can register their youth by contacting arlene@jazzpower.org or registering at https://jazzpower.org/youth.

"Jazz Power Youth Online is a ‘creative life-line' connecting students and families, to lift our spirits and resilience, especially over this very challenging past two years," notes Jazz Power Initiative's Managing and Artistic Director, Eli Yamin. "We are thrilled to be able to welcome new students to join us for our OPEN STUDIO classes, so they can stay active, singing, and dancing in the community-oriented, artistic tradition of jazz and blues music."

Program Contact:
Name: Arlene Rodriguez Martinez
Title: Program Coordinator
Phone: (917) 818-1759
Email address: arlene@jazzpower.org

More Information: https://jazzpower.org/youth

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