Mariachi Real De Mexico: Authentic Mariachi


Mariachi Real De Mexico was founded in 1991 by Ramon Ponce and his son Ramon Ponce Jr.  They are considered to be the ambassador of Mariachi music and the most important and sought after Mariachi ensemble in New York City. Since the beginning , Mariachi Real De Mexico has been a huge hit with the… View Article

The Hot Sardines at the UWS Apple Store


What goes better with cutting edge technology than prohibition era jazz? On Winter’s Eve there is something for everyone and we are thrilled that the Hot Sardines are set to shake up the Upper West Side Apple Store. You might even want to pull out your ear-buds for this. Take a blustery brass lineup, layer… View Article

Yaz Band at Gracious Home


A native of Osaka Japan, Yasuyuki “YAZ” Takagi has lived in Brooklyn since 1992. Yaz Band, formed in 2002, is a four piece group which plays classic R&B songs written by artists such as Stevie Wonder, Earth Wind & Fire and Marvin Gaye as well as original instrumental tunes influenced by Grover Washington, Jr., Maceo… View Article

Elena Ayodele Pinderhughes presented by Jazz at Lincoln Center


19-year-old Flutist and vocalist Elena Ayodele Pinderhughes brings a stellar group of young artists to Jazz at Lincoln Center, playing original music showcasing her sensibilities as a leader and composer. The music reflects her life paths from the Bay Area to Cuba to New York City, incorporating influences from hip-hop to Latin music to jazz…. View Article

The N’Harmonics from NYU


The most heart pounding a cappella group at NYU, the N’Harmonics forge tight harmonies, belt unwritten riffs, and redefine a cappella. Their members are just as unique as their sound – impossible to define and constantly evolving. The vocal band encompasses all sounds ranging from classic rock to pop to jazz. When you listen to… View Article