College and Young Professionals Networking Series: Soulstice

Presented by The National Jazz Museum in Harlem & The City College of New York Jazz Department

Showcasing the up and coming talent here within the Harlem and NYC area, creating a positive environment for the next generation of musicians, as well as creating a safe space for all, including BIPOC and LGBTQ+ musicians.

About the band:

Comprised of current CCNY Jazz students as well as CCNY Jazz alumni, Soulstice is a group formed to showcase the talent within CUNY. The members have performed at various locations within the NYC and Brooklyn area, including Penny Jo’s, the Williamsburg Music Center, Jazz at Lincoln Center and among many others. The group plays all kinds of styles of music but are most influenced by soul, blues, bebop and Latin music.

Violette Ivy – Vocals
Elijah Maduro – Tenor Saxophone
Mason O’Donnell – Bass
Javier Jbarra – Piano
Nir Furman – Drums


This program is supported by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the Coalition of Theaters of Color (CTC)

Fri, May 27
2:00 pm

National Jazz Museum in Harlem

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