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New Year's Eve with Flow Motion!

Satish Robertson is a dynamic and engaging trumpeter/bandleader on the NY music scene, known for his charismatic stage presence, rich sound and an infectious joy that rings from every note. Raised in Jersey City and now residing in the Big Apple, Satish has studied under trumpet greats such as Ted Curson, Rob Henke, Vinnie Cutro, Dr. Eddie Henderson, Jeremy Pelt, and Duane Eubanks.

He has performed and/or recorded across a wide spectrum of music with acts such as Spirit of Life Ensemble, Chris Rob, Talib Kweli, Jessica Care Moore, heavyweight jazz pianist Marc Cary, UTFO, Sadat X, Chaz Van Queen, The Emily Wolf Project, Will Calhoun of Living Colour, and Argentinian reggae legend Fidel.

Satish has appeared in venues such as Blue Note, Metropolitan Room, Showman's, Schomburg Center, Kennedy Center, and most recently the Exit 0 Jazz Festival alongside Marc Cary. 

Noël Simoné Wippler is a performing artist, born and raised in Harlem, New York. At the age of 6 she began studying at the Boys and Girls Harbor Conservatory where she studied piano and performance and continued her musical studies at AMDA and The Nyack school of Music. Though Noel performed in Church choirs throughout her formal school education. Her strong passion for all genres of Music Particularly Jazz, R&B and Rock, she began to work with jazz pianist Lafayette Harris Jr., who introduced her to musicians Paul Beaudry, Lonnie Plaxico, Will Terrill, Jazzmeia Horn, Houston Pearson and Rome Neal and Led her to the stages of Harlem where she began playing at The Lenox Lounge, Paris Blues and most recently Gin Fizz. Fine tuning her stage presence and continuing her passion to create. She has played at Iridium with the Blues Ambassadors and The Bottom Line with JACK ROSS who she continues to play with regularly. Noel also plays with her own Band “The Band of Friends” and recently released a C.D of Jazz standards accompanied by prodigy guitarist Solomon Hicks. 

Earlier Event: December 30
Diego Voglino
Later Event: January 8
Dan Loomis Trio