Gigs

Saturday, June 23rd 2018
Eli Yamin Trio

Eli Yamin Trio: Monk, Mose and Me!

Eli Yamin, piano and vocal
Endea Owens, bass
Dwayne “Cook” Broadnax, drums

New York City-based pianist, composer and singer Eli Yamin brings his joyful, imaginative and narrative approach to jazz to the Jazz Loft featuring music by jazz icons Thelonious Monk, Mose Allison as well as his own compositions on hot topics such as climate change and the healing power of the blues. Eli will be joined by Detroit native and recent Julliard grad Endea Owens on bass and Philadelphia via Fort Greene drummer in demand Dwayne “Cook” Broadnax on drums.

“Eli reminds me of Pete Seeger. He’s a musician playing for a better world. Eli doesn’t just play for you. He wants the essence of his jazz to infiltrate your community.” Becca Pulliam, Executive Producer, National Public Radio.

The Jazz Loft
275 Christian Avenue.
Stony Brook
United States
Admission: 20.00.
Box office: (631) 751-1895.
Venue phone: (631) 751-1895.
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Sunday, June 24th 2018
Jazz Power Youth Showcase

Eli Yamin, pianist/artistic director
Zaid Nasser, alto saxophone
Jennifer Vincent, bass
Dave Gibson, drums
Mickey Davidson, choreographer
with Jazz Power Youth Workshop and Zah! Jazz Power Youth

The culminating performance of Jazz Power Youth Workshop, a program for teens held this spring at the United Palace of Cultural Arts in Washington Heights, includes youth ages 8-17 singing and dancing to jazz and blues selections by Hop Wilson, Duke Ellington and Thelonious Monk. Scenes from the Jazz Power musical Nora’s Ark, about climate change and accepting difference will also be presented.

National Jazz Museum in Harlem
58 West 129th Street, ground floor, Harlem.
New York
United States
Admission: $5-10 suggested donation.
Venue phone: (212) 348-8300.
Tuesday, June 26th 2018
Jazz Power Youth Showcase

Jazz Power Youth Showcase
Eli Yamin, pianist/artistic director
Zaid Nasser, alto saxophone
Jennifer Vincent, bass
Dave Gibson, drums
Mickey Davidson, choreographer
with Jazz Power Youth Workshop and Zah! Jazz Power Youth
The culminating performance of Jazz Power Youth Workshop, a program for teens held this spring at the United Palace of Cultural Arts in Washington Heights, includes youth ages 8-17 singing and dancing to jazz and blues selections by Hop Wilson, Duke Ellington and Thelonious Monk. Scenes from the Jazz Power musical Nora’s Ark, about climate change and accepting difference will also be presented.

United Palace of Cultural Arts
4140 Broadway.
New York City
United States
Thursday, June 28th 2018
Jazz Power to the People

Eli Yamin and friends with…
Eli Yamin, piano and voice
Antoinette Montague, voice
Lakecia Benjamin, alto saxophone
Jennifer Vincent, bass
Dave Gibson, drums
Annette Aguilar, latin percussion
Shireen Dickson, dancer
Dexter Jones, dancer
Zah! Jazz Power Youth

Anne Loftus Playground at Fort Tryon Park
Dyckman Street and Broadway.
New York
United States
Wednesday, July 11th 2018 - Friday, July 13th 2018 :: 10:00am.
Summer Jazz Arts Institute

Providing inspirational training in cross-modal teaching methods for classroom teachers, arts specialists and teaching artists. This year we are thrilled to offer the option of registering for one graduate credit from Lehman College.

Celebrated author and jazz musician JAMES MCBRIDE, and SWEET HONEY IN THE ROCK founding members Carol Maillard and Louise Robinson will be special guest presenters along with Artistic Director ELI YAMIN, SJAI co-founder choreographer SHIREEN DICKSON, SJAI co-founder guitarist TOM DEMPSEY, vocalist and JPI teaching artist ANTOINETTE MONTAGUE.

Lehman College, City University of New York
250 Bedford Park Blvd West.
Bronx
United States Box office: 718-960-8247.
Venue phone: 718-960-8247.
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Monday, July 16th 2018 - Thursday, July 19th 2018 :: 9:00am.
Summer Jazz Arts Institute

Eli Yamin has designed and will facilitate and Muse Machine’s 2018 Summer Institute taking place in the Metropolitan Arts Center (126 North Main Street, Suite 310, Dayton, OH 45402). The Institute is free for teachers and administrators. It is focused on high school and middle school classroom experiences, but elementary and preschool teachers are welcome to attend and will certainly find much of the experience applicable!

Teachers attendees can earn 28 seat hours and/or three University of Dayton credit hours (register below).

Muse Machine
126 N. Main St., Suite 310
.
Dayton
United States Buy Tickets
Tuesday, August 14th 2018
Eli Yamin and Evan Christopher

Eli Yamin and clarinetist Evan Christopher perform Louie’s Dream, for our jazz heroes

Mezzrow
163 West 10th Street.
New York
United States
Admission: $20.
Venue phone: 646-476-4346.
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Thursday, August 16th 2018
Eli Yamin and Evan Christopher

Eli Yamin and Evan Christopher perform music from Louie’s Dream, for our jazz heroes

Cock n’ Bull
5342 Parkis Mills Rd.
Galway
United States Box office: (518) 882-6962.
Venue phone: (518) 882-6962.
Saturday, August 18th 2018
Eli Yamin and Evan Christopher

Eli Yamin and Evan Christopher perform music from Louie’s Dream, for our jazz heroes

Keene Valley Congregational Church
Keene Valley, New York.
Keene Valley
United States

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