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Argentinian Jam by Emilio Teubal / Tango Jazz  &  (1)
Argentinian Jam by Emilio Teubal / Tango Jazz  &  (1)

Fri, Jan 05


Terraza 7

Argentinian Jam by Emilio Teubal / Tango Jazz & (1)

A Tango Jazz Jam session for all musicians to perform and collaborate one Sunday a month in Queens, NY. All performers are welcome to sit in and play with the house band hosted by pianist Emilio Teubal, and his guests.

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Time & Location

Jan 05, 2024, 7:30 PM – 10:00 PM

Terraza 7, 40-19 Gleane Street, Elmhurst NY 11373

About the event

Argentinian Jam by Emilio Teubal / Tango Jazz 

Presented by Terraza 7 

Friday, January 5th, 2024, at 7:30 pm.

$15 Cover Charge for Mezzanine


  • Emilio Teubal / Piano
  •  Alejo de los Reyes / Guitar
  •  Pablo Aslan / Bass

A Tango Jazz Jam session for all musicians to perform and collaborate one Sunday a month in Queens, NY. All performers are welcome to sit in and play with the house band hosted by pianist Emilio Teubal, and his guests. All are welcome to join us to listen and support live jazz at one of NYC’s most vibrant venues. The music starts at 9 pm, bring your bandoneon!

About Emilio Teubal: 

Pianist and Composer from Argentina based in NYC for over 17 years. After 10 years of leading his owns bands, and three records released as a band leader, Mr Teubal presents his latest ensemble: a chamber-like ensemble consisting of Piano, Spanish guitar and Clarinet. The music written especially for this ensemble, draws from a wide variety of musical styles that are part of Mr Teubal cultural background: Latin-American Folk music, Tango music, Jazz, Free improvisation, Classical music and some hints of Middle Eastern music.

About Alejo de los Reyes:

Alejo de los Reyes, an Argentine guitarist, began his musical journey in his hometown of Chivilcoy, inspired by his conservatory-teaching parents. He mastered classical guitar under his father and embraced tango with his mother. Moving to Buenos Aires, Alejo performed in various venues and accompanied prominent Argentine musicians. His European tours since 2011 broadened his repertoire to include early European music.

His discography reflects a blend of Argentine folk, tango, and Renaissance music, notable in his 2022 album "Al compás de la vihuela". His collaborations extend to several albums and artists, including the Cuarteto de los Reyes. Alejo's global performances have garnered acclaim, particularly in a 2016 Geneva concert.

Alongside performing, Alejo teaches guitar, runs a music-themed blog, hosts the interview program "La Posta," and explores film and composition projects. His work "Mariposa del aire" with artist Isol, honoring Federico García Lorca's poems, is a highlight of his compositional achievements.

About Pablo Aslan:

Pablo Aslan, an Argentine-born bassist and composer, has been a prominent figure in both traditional and contemporary tango since moving to the United States in 1980. His notable contributions to the genre are evident through his extensive discography, which includes acclaimed works like "Piazzolla in Brooklyn" and "Tango Grill," the latter earning him Latin Grammy and Grammy nominations. His latest album, "ConTraBajo," showcases his talents as a soloist with a diverse range of pieces from Villa-Lobos to Ellington, along with his own flamenco and tango-inspired compositions, featuring guest artists like Paquito D’Rivera.

Aslan is also known for his performances with various ensembles, including The Aces of Rhythm, the Emilio Solla Tango Jazz Orchestra, and the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center. He's worked with renowned artists such as Yo-Yo Ma, Shakira, and the Philadelphia Orchestra. His role as a producer is equally significant, with accomplishments like the Latin Grammy-winning album "Te Amo Tango" by Raul Jaurena. In 2016, he founded Avantango Records, dedicated to tango and related projects.

In addition to his performing and producing career, Aslan is deeply involved in education and research, developing programs for prestigious institutions like Lincoln Center and Carnegie Hall, and lecturing at top universities including Harvard and Yale. His approach to tango, blending it artfully with jazz, has been highly praised for its innovation and artistic integrity. Aslan's work in jazz-tango fusion is considered pivotal in defining the genre, continually pushing the boundaries of tango with his unique and creative approach.


  • Mezzanine

    Gain privileged access to the concert at Terraza7's Mezzanine, where you'll enjoy the intimacy of a private space with seating. Immerse yourself in the melodies and rhythms, all while being in close proximity to the talented musicians.

    +$0.38 service fee
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