Dancer and choreographer Janeill Cooper grew up dancing her way around New York City—and she has recently ended up at BRIC House as part of our BRIClab residency program with after the credits (work-in-progress). In this Q&A, we talk to Janeill about her choreographic inspiration, the importance of highlighting artists of color, and how NYC has influenced her work.
Xenia Rubinos is all about experimenting and discovering. Whether she’s incorporating a new style into her music, exploring nooks & crannies in Brooklyn, or trying out the latest technology in her music videos, this soulful singer-songwriter is up for anything. Learn more about Xenia on our blog, and see her perform on Friday, October 19 as part of BRIC JazzFest!
Growing up in a musical family in New Zealand, Mark de Clive-Lowe has enjoyed jazz music—as both a listener and performer—around the world. His international voice and unique style comes to BRIC JazzFest Marathon this year, so learn more about him with this Q&A.
As part of BRIC JazzFest 2017, our media partner ALL ARTS filmed several performances that took place in the Artist Studio and Ballroom during our BRIC JazzFest Marathon. The new ALL ARTS program The Set List brings music audiences to the foot of the stage with live performances, exclusive back-stage access, and in-depth artist interviews—and its premiere episode takes you to BRIC JazzFest 2017
Do you know about BRIClab? BRIClab is our commissioning and residency program for local artists working in music, dance, theater, and multidisciplinary performance. Meet the BRIClab artists for our Fall 2018 Season!
A wide range of jazz music and styles will fill BRIC House next month during BRIC JazzFest, and as part of this event, we’re proud to present work from Hispanic and Latino artists, as well as those who focus on Latin Jazz.
As Chair of the BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival Friends Council, Nell Muldoon leads a 15-group council who serve as the community ambassadors for the Festival and help promote BRIC’s mission of keeping the arts accessible to all. Learn more about Nell, her life in Brooklyn, and how small businesses have become an important element of the Festival each summer!