Jazz Is: Now – Cleo Reed Experimental Trio – Curated by Cleo Reed

Cleo aims to create a space of self-care + improvisation for a special NJMH Takeover in November.

Recently, they developed software instruments for Jon Batiste’s “American Symphony” at Carnegie Hall. Their debut album project, “Root Cause, ” is out now and has received support from Bandcamp, Vinyl Me Please, Pitchfork, and OkayPlayer, amongst others. Cleo is an alumni of Harlem School of The Arts and a recent graduate of Berklee College of Music. At 19, Cleo Reed named themselves after Cleophus, their great-grandmother and a fellow Aquarius. Cleo is also a recipient of the 2022 NYC Women’s Fund for Media Music and Theatre, and a 2023 OneBeat Fellow.

Thu, Nov 16
7:00 pm

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Mon, Dec 11
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Tue, Dec 12
7:00 pm

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