Sat, Feb 10|
Argentinian Jam by Emilio Teubal / Tango Jazz & (2)
Experience a monthly Tango Jazz Jam session in Queens, NY, hosted by pianist Emilio Teubal and his house band. Musicians of all levels are welcome to join, perform, and collaborate. Enjoy live jazz at one of NYC's lively venues starting at 7 pm. Don't forget your bandoneon!
Time & Location
Feb 10, 2024, 7:00 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 Date: Saturday, February 10th, 2024.
Time: 7:00 pm.
$15 Cover Charge for Mezzanine seating
$10 for jammers
- Emilio Teubal / Piano
- Horacio Martínez / Vocals; guitar
- Ivan Barenboim / Clarinet
A Tango Jazz Jam session for all musicians to perform and collaborate once 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 Horacio Martinez:
Horacio is an Argentinian multi-instrumentalist, composer, producer, and arranger. From an early age, he toured Latin America with the UNESCO choir (EMA) and various ensembles. In 2006, he performed at the Honoris Causa for Mercedes Sosa in Mendoza, Argentina. In 2010, Horacio won the Pre-Cosquin festival in Mendoza. He performed at the Festival Nacional de la Vendimia in 2011 and 2012. From 2008-2012, Horacio was also a member of the award-winning group Markama and performed with symphonic orchestras. He traveled to China with the UN Singers in 2017. That same year, he toured Europe promoting his solo album, De Jujuy a Brooklyn, and recorded for Residente’s singles Hoy and Yo te quiero a ti. Horacio has recorded three albums and produced music for films, dancers, and other artists. He lives in New York, where he has his music production studio and leads the music ministry at St. Peter's Church.
About Iván Barenboim:
Iván Barenboim, an accomplished clarinetist from Buenos Aires, Argentina, is a product of extensive training under Marcelo Moguilevsky, Marcelo Katz, and Adriana de los Santos. Prior to his 2006 relocation to New York, he graced the stages of Teatro Colon and several esteemed venues across Buenos Aires, Europe, and the UK, including notable performances at the Siemens Art Festival in Germany and the Fronteras Latin American Festival in London.
In New York, Iván has left his musical imprint by performing and recording with the likes of Roberto Rodriguez’s Cuban-Jewish All Stars, John Zorn's Masada Octet, and the Go: Organic Orchestra led by Adam Rudolph. He's also shared the stage with Fernando Otero, Jen Shyu, Pablo Ziegler, and even the legendary Joan Baez, showcasing his versatile musicianship across various prestigious venues and festivals.
Beyond his performance career, Iván has been nurturing the arts community as an artist-in-residence at Central Synagogue since 2007 and imparting his expertise as a part-time faculty member at the Debbie Friedman School of Sacred Music since 2008. His work has not only been featured in prominent theaters in Argentina and Spain but has also echoed through the halls of New York's diverse music scene.
- Ticket type
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.Price$15.00
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