Swing Remix is proud to announce our return on Saturday March 17th, 2018. And to help celebrate we are featuring for the very first time The Eyal Vilner Big Band. This band rocks and is making waves with band leader/composer/conductor Eyal Vilner. In addition, we’ll be featuring some rockin pre-dance workshops, some fun dance performances and lots of social dance time. In addition, you can join one of our planned performances as we’ll be showcasing The Big Apple LIVE with the band at the start of the 3rd set. If you take the 7:30pm workshop, you can be part of that performance!
We’ll be back with all the same wonderful features like these workshops, dance showcases, vintage market, vintage films and more. Please help join us at this premier by purchasing tickets in advance. We’ll be offering Early Bird specials as well as group deals that give you access to our pre-dance workshops and admission all in one. Tickets go on sale on FEB 10th so please take advantage.
March 17, 2018 featuring The Eyal Vilner Big Band and DJ VOON
Title: Swing – Playful Patterns for your Swing
Level: Advanced Basics & Up
Instructors: Milo Saidl
The Big Apple Jazz Footwork
Level: All Levels welcome (swing basics recommended)
Instructors: Nathan Bugh
7:45pm beginner class
8:30pm Live Music begins
10:45pm – 11:00pm performance slots
Performance #1 Special Taster demos
Performance #2 The Big Apple (LIVE WITH BAND)
The Eyal Vilner Big Band
Born in Tel Aviv, saxophonist/clarinetist/flutist-arranger/composer/conductor Eyal Vilner moved to New York in 2007 and graduated from the prestigious New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music in 2009. Since its inception in 2008, The Eyal Vilner Big Band has been performing widely at some of New York’s landmarks such as Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Dizzy’s Club, Iridium, Smalls Jazz Club, Fat Cat, The Garage and Central Park SummerStage. The big band’s first two albums, Introducing the Eyal Vilner Big Band (2012) and Almost Sunrise (2015), received rave reviews and stand strong at the Top Jazz Radio Charts of the US and Canada.