25
Thursday
October
7:30 pm
Yunior Terry – 25 Oct
Yunior Terry - 25 Oct

Minton's playhouse
206 West 118th Street

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Event Details

DOORS OPEN AT 6pm

1st Set
7:30pm – Doors Open 6pm

2nd Set
9:30pm – Doors Open 9pm

Reservations
Sets are 1 hour long
The admission price is $10.00 Sun. – Wed. and $20 Thu. – Sat. per set PLUS a 2 drink minimum.
* Admission may increase depending upon a given week’s performance schedule.

During performances, quiet is enforced

ABOUT THE ARTIST

One of New York City’s most sought-after bassists, Yunior Terry is recognized for his big sound, versatility, and rhythmic vitality, and SJW is thrilled to have him return to the Jazz Institute this summer.
As the youngest son of one of Cuba’s most gifted musical families — “Los Terry’s” — Terry began his musical training at age seven, graduating in 1994 from the prestigious National School of Art (ENA) in Havana with a double major in violin and bass. Soon after graduation, he joined the National Philharmonic Orchestra, performing works by European and Cuban composers at Havana’s National Theater. In 1998, Terry moved to California to attend California Institute of the Arts where he received his B.A. with honors in 2002. It was at CalArts that he continued to expand his musical horizons by exposure to a wide variety of musical traditions from around the world. At CalArts, he studied under renowned musicians including Charlie Haden, Derek Oles (Poland), Rajeev Taranath (India), and Alfred Ladzekpo (Ghana). In 2009, Terry won the Van Lier Fellowship, awarded each year by Meet the Composer to active professionals, supporting the creation of new musical work and community engagement.
Yunior Terry has performed with Steve Colman, Jerry Gonzales and the Fort Apache Band, Lila Downs, Jeff “Tain” Watts, Eddie Palmieri, Hilton Ruiz, Gonzalo Rubalcaba, Steve Turre, Jane Bunnett, and his brother Yosvany Terry, among many others. In addition to his busy schedule as a sideman, Terry leads his own band, Son de Altura, created to innovate as well as to preserve the legacy of Cuban music. In 2012, he released his first album as a leader, Mi Bajo Danzón, published by Palo Santo Music.