DOORS 7PM | SHOW 7:15PM
Natasha Agrama (@natashalovesit) is a vocalist, composer and multi-disciplinary artist from Los Angeles, California. Agrama graduated from SFAI with a degree in New Genres, and since 2013 has been traveling the world with her music and also in the great Stanley Clarke’s band. The granddaughter of Chilean crooner Antonio Prieto, her velvet-fire voice carries forth the victories of humanity, the journey to truth from illusion, and the history of finding and belonging in a new world that jazz embodies. Her 2017 release, The Heart of Infinite Change (Alphapup) features Thundercat, George Duke, Vinnie Colaiuta…legends of all generations. In 2019, Agrama was awarded the Montreux Jazz Talent award and participated in the Montreux Jazz Academy, an annual residency that selects six of the leading up-and-coming artists to perform at the world famous Montreux Jazz Festival in Switzerland. Agrama’s most recent release is “WOU v2”, a single about how a state of interbeing flourishes triumphantly from the madness of our world.
Sable is a New York City based trio with an eclectic style pulling from diverse influences ranging from drum n’ bass and shoegaze to jazz and math rock. Starting as a collaboration between best friends, Jaco Imani and Dmitri Burtis, Sable is the culmination of a long standing musical relationship that started in high school and has outlasted several bands, various occupations, locations and life changes. With the addition of Nate Garner on Alto and Tenor saxophone in mid 2023, the group is developing a more improvisation focused sound with new works to be released this year.
Lily Stern is a young bassist, composer, and vocalist based in New York City. She is a versatile instrumentalist, gifted composer, and a songwriter with a timeless approach. She originally hails from the Bay Area where she has been performing since age 14.
She studied at the music conservatory La ENA in Havana Cuba. Currently she is completing her studies at The New School under the instruction of Buster Williams.
Her current project features amazing instrumentalists from the New York scene performing her new works and original arrangements. Her music is a blend of her influences of and experience in Jazz, Rnb, Funk, Afro Cuban & Hindustani music.
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