“Yasser Tejeda & Palotré” Intergenerational Jazz Power Jam
In February, Jazz Power Initiative (JPI) welcomes guitarists and vocalists Yasser Tejeda in performance, with Kyle Miles, bass, Otoniel Vergas, drums, Jonathan “JBlak” Troncoso, percussion, and Carmen J. Morillo, dancer, hosted by Jazz Power Initiative’s Managing and Artistic Director Eli Yamin.
Presented at The National Jazz Museum in Harlem, INTERGENERATIONAL JAZZ POWER JAM series continues online for virtual audiences on Sunday, March 20, 2022 at 2pm. Tune in through Facebook and YouTube at: jazzpower.org/powerjam.
An eclectic and genre bending music, Yasser has brought forth a new way of combining the old with the new! Bringing influences from his native country Dominican Republic mixed with other prominent African-American music and rhythms. You won’t want to miss this FIESTA!
“I feel blessed to perform my original music at the National Jazz Museum in Harlem produced by Jazz Power Initiative. The invitation to showcase my fusion of Dominican roots music in this incredible and historical space was irresistible. I will be playing compositions from both of my albums Kijombo & Mezclansa, while featuring special guests, dancing and more!” – Yasser Tejeda, award-winning Dominican composer, guitarist, vocalist, and producer.
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