Julieta Eugenio is an Argentinian Saxophonist based in New York City. Since obtaining her Jazz Masters Degree from Queens College, she has blazed a trail in the industry and worked alongside the finest jazz musicians across the globe. In April 2017, Julieta won the International Women in Jazz competition as a member of the SIJ trio. She has shared the stage & recorded with legends such as Johnny O’Neal, Master Philip Harper, David Kikoski, and Leon Parker.
Julieta Eugenio (tenor saxophonist), Matt Dwonszyk (bass), Jonathan Barber (Drums).
In March 2022, Julieta released her debut album JUMP and the Julieta Eugenia Trio snagged the 1st place prize in the 2022 DCJazzPrix. Additionally, she has been nominated for Best New Artist by the Jazz Music Awards!
Jazz in Progress: The Next Faces of Jazz is a partnership between BMCC Tribeca Performing Arts Center and the DC Jazz Festival. DCJazzPrix, part of DC Jazz Fest, is a global competition created to recognize and support top rising jazz band talent, and is designed to help launch and promote the careers of emerging jazz ensembles. For more information on DCJazzPrix, please visit www.dcjazzfest.org/dcjazzprix.
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Description: Tony-nominated and Emmy-winning Broadway star and recording artist, Liz Callaway showcases her historic career in “Broadway and Beyond”. A journey through her storied career, “Broadway and Beyond” features songs from Broadway shows she has starred in, including her Tony-nominated turn in Baby, and her long-run belting “Memory” in Cats, alongside songs from the silver screen — including her Oscar-nominated hit from Anastasia — as well as songs from her recording career, “Broadway and Beyond” is a spellbinding sampler platter of what has been described as “the voice of a generation”.
Photo credit: Bill Westmoreland
Remember when you used to listen to an entire album? When flipping the vinyl meant you were in store for more greatness? Founded in 2003, Classic Albums Live has quickly earned a stellar reputation for perfectly recreating classic rock albums in its entirety, reproduced to be as true to the original recording as possible, and without costumes or impersonators. The musicians go to great lengths to faithfully recreate every sound on the original album live on stage, note for note, cut for cut. The concert includes the original Let it Be album performed in its entirety followed by a set of Beatles classic hits. The Beatles’ Let It Be, released in 1970, contains many of the Beatles most iconic songs: from the title track “Let it Be”, “The Long And Winding Road”, “Across the Universe”, “I’ve Got A Feeling”, “Get Back” and more.