Made In New York Jazz Competition, May 3


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Made In New York Jazz Competition presents:
GALA CONCERT – Worldwide Online Jazz Competition

Saturday, May 3, 2014 at 8PM; $40, $45, $55 smarttix-buy_026

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The New Millennials: International Lineup of Next Gen Jazz Talent Debuts at Tribeca Performing Art Center together with legendary Lenny White and Randy Brecker!

The diverse range of global talent who’ll be appearing onstage also includes Ricardo Baldacci from Brazil, Hermine Deurloo from the Netherlands, Pablo Elorza from Argentina, Vladimir Maras from Montenegro, Rozina Patkai from Hungary, Nick Vintskevich from Russia and NGA Big Band from Germany.

These new jazz luminaries in the making will be joined onstage by legendary jazz drummer and competition judge Lenny White, who appeared on Miles Davis’ historic “Bitches’ Brew”, will take the stage at the Tribeca Performing Art Center and fellow judge and multiple Grammy award winner Randy Brecker, who has worked with such artists as Bruce Springsteen, Lou Reed, Frank Zappa, Parliament-Funkadelic, Jaco Pastorius and Charles Mingus. Yet another performer will be amazing saxophonist Yaacov Mayman, who serve as the competition’s art director.

About the Competition:

The Made in New York Competition, which launched in 2013, is international online jazz competition. Contestants submitted video clips which were posted to the competition website, and the winners were decided by popular vote, committee members as well as a panel of judges: jazz greats Lenny White, Joe Lovano, and Randy Brecker. The contest grand prize was a cash award of over $3000 + 10% from entry of each participant which makes the price constantly growing, along with the opportunity to travel to New York to headline the Made in New York Jazz Competition Gala Concert. The second and third-place prizes in 2013 were provided by  KAWAI USA—the future of the piano®— the elegant KAWAI ES7 Portable Digital Piano and the powerful KAWAI MP6 Professional Stage Piano to the Competition’s second and third-place finishers