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Yosvany Terry Ensemble
Ensemble

Contact
Yosvany Terry


Address
525 W. 152nd St., #54
New York, NY, 10031
Phone
(917)-640-9589

Additional Info
Year Founded
2001
Repertoire
Classical, Jazz, New Music, World Music
Size
Variable
Instrumentation
Mixed
Management
Hans Wendel: artists@hanswendl.com

Yosvany graduated from National School of Arts (ENA) and Amadeo Roldan Conservatory. After moving to New York 1999, he attended Mannes and Juilliard School for composition. Yosvany worked with major figures in the music: pianist Chucho Valdes, Branford Marsalis, Dave Douglas, Steve Coleman, Roy Hargrove, Eddie Palmieri, Gonzalo Rubalcaba. Awarded with the Cintas Fellowship for composition. 2013. Harlem Stage commissioned Yosvany Terry to write the music of the Opera Makandal. Yerba Buena Garden Festival & Map Fund commissioned Yosvany to write the suite Noches de Parranda. He received the Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors/New York State Music Fund’s grant through Stanford Jazz Workshop to create Yedégbé, a suite of Arará music.

News

10.08.2014

Yosvany Terry getting ready to record Bohemian Trio first CD on December 2014 

10.08.2014

 

Yosvany Terry & Baptiste Trotignon 
Recipients of FACE/FAJE (French American Jazz Exchange) Foundation and Midd Atlantic Foundation of 2014/2015. Program dedicated to furthering the creative and professional development of jazz artists from both countries.

 

10.21.2013

New York Debut concert, Bohemian Trio will premiere works from composers of the Americas, North and South. The program will draw from a unique repertoire of traditions, voices and aesthetics of music genres such as Tango, Jazz, Afro-Cuban and Brazilian music. Nov. 5th at Dimena Center. 7:30 pm