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Welcome to the Jazz Power Reunion September Intergenerational Jazz Power Jam
(Published: September 08, 2021)

After a joyful return to live in-person performance at Jazzmobile in July at Marcus Garvey Park in Harlem, Jazz Power Initiative (JPI) is excited to kick off our new season of INTERGENERATIONAL JAZZ POWER JAM. Come join us live in-person on Sunday, September 12, 2021 at 2 PM EST in collaboration with The National Jazz Museum in Harlem for "Welcome to the Jazz Power Reunion," our September Intergenerational Jazz Power Jam, a fun, family-friendly celebration featuring performances by Eli Yamin (piano), Antoinette Montague (voice), Claire Daly (baritone sax), Steven Oquendo (trumpet), Jason Clotter (bass), David F. Gibson (drums), Annette A. Aguilar (percussion) -- and surprise guests!

Please note: Due to covid-19 restrictions, seating at the museum is very limited! You can tune in online at Facebook and YouTube Live and join us here at: jazzpower.org/powerjam2021 at 2 PM EST on Saturday, September 12.

"We are excited to be back at National Jazz Museum in Harlem - performing live with a band of stellar musicians all together again - and ready to raise the roof on this season," notes jazz pianist and host, Eli Yamin. Jazz Power Initiative's Managing and Artistic Director.

For our audiences of all ages: We hope to see you join in throughout our season!

INTERGENERATIONAL JAZZ POWER JAM is presented by The National Jazz Museum in Harlem and produced by Jazz Power Initiative, a Northern Manhattan community arts non-profit organization for jazz music education and performance. We thank all of our supporters: The New York State Council for the Arts and the NY State Legislature; The New York City Department of Cultural Affairs; the New York City Council and Council Member Ydanis Rodriguez; The Miranda Family Fund; The National Jazz Museum in Harlem; The Louis Armstrong Educational Foundation, and our individual donors.

More Information: https://jazzpower.org/powerjam2021

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