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Solo Piano Concert

In partial fulfillment of the requirements of the Doctor of Musical Arts degree at Stony Brook University, Eli Yamin presents: Eli Yamin: Solo Piano Live Stream from Eli’s Living Room, Inwood, New York City Well You Needn’t by Thelonious Monk (1917-1982) Remember Rockefeller at Attica by Charles Mingus (1922-1979) Shelter in Place by Eli Yamin […]

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Eli Yamin presents first ticketed live stream concert for Global Music Foundation.

I am happy to announce my first ticketed live stream solo concert presented by the Global Music Foundation this Friday, October 16 at: 3 PM NEW YORK, DAYTON / 2 PM CHICAGO / 12 PM SAN FRANCISCO 9 PM PARIS / 8 PM UK / MIDNIGHT YEKATERINBURG 1 PM GUATEMALA / 4 PM SANTIAGO, BELEM I will be performing from […]

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My first professional jazz job at WBGO/Jazz 88.

Enid Farber took this photo when I was 21 and working my first professional jazz job at WBGO Jazz 88.3. I was a Board Operator, sub DJ and producer of Jazz From the Archives hosted by the staff of the Rutgers University Institute of Jazz Studies and Portraits in Blue with Bob Porter. l was […]

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Hot Quotes About Eli

“Solid and swinging.” – Scott Yanow, L.A. Jazz Scene

“…a freshness and riotous joy that make you feel you never heard jazz piano before.” – The Jazz Patriot, NYC

“I learn from Eli every time I see him work.” – Wynton Marsalis, Trumpeter/Composer

“…one of the miracle workers… the driving force behind an extremely successful series of jazz musicals…” -Tom Greenland, All About Jazz New York

“I have to congratulate you… for your creative approach.” – Dave Brubeck, pianist/composer

“I watched your DVD and thoroughly enjoyed it.” – Bill Clinton, President/Saxophonist

“A true Eulipion, swinging poet of the piano, transcendental educator, and powerful purveyor of the truth and the light.” Todd Barkan, record/concert producer and lyricist for “Bright Moments,” by Rahsaan Roland Kirk.