Live Music Monthly! Stephane Clement returns

Live Music Monthly! Stephane Clement returns

Bergen-Lafayette, Jersey City

Thu, June 20, 2024 7:00 PM, EDT

Pay the musicians
Drinking policy
Bring your own drinks
Alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks provided
Wheelchair access
Not wheelchair accessible
Kid-friendly event

This is a groupmuse

A live concert in a living room, backyard, or another intimate space. They're casual and friendly, hosted by community members.


Adrienne B. (she/her) Superhost
Isreal A. Co-host

Stéphane Clement and his ensemble returns this month on June 20st! It was such a magical night in February that we want to bring it to you again!

Come on over to experience even more of your fave talented musicians at a cozy café with our beloved JC community – a recipe for an unforgettable night! Because, at Groupmuse, we’re all about sharing experiences through the power of chamber music.

Music isn't just for the ears. It's for the heart, for our community. Come and get to know more of your neighbors!

Join us and let's celebrate the joy of chamber music together!

Beverages and refreshments are available for purchase. (The coffee is divine)


Stéphane Clément was born in Miami, Florida, on October 25, 2000. Consecutively, in 2018 and 2019, he was awarded YoungArts prizes in Jazz Trumpet. Also in 2018 and 2019, he embarked on two of the Herbie Hancock Institute National Peer-to-Peer tours, comprising of six of the most impressive high school musicians in the country, and called to perform at the Thelonious Monk International Piano Competition Finals & All-Star Gala at the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC. At 18, he accepted a scholarship to pursue a Bachelor’s Degree in Jazz Studies from Manhattan School of Music. While in Manhattan, Stéphane was under the tutelage of renowned artists Ambrose Akinmusire, Nadia Noordhuis, and Jon Faddis. Stéphane’s experience includes learning from legendary artists who have become leading names on the international scene. In 2020 he was also called to be a part of Ambrose Akinmusire’s large ensemble ‘Banyan’. Most recently, Stéphane identifies as an artist, designer, producer, trumpeter, and composer. He has helped to create various critically acclaimed albums with artists such as Jahari Stampley, Derrick Hodge, Dion Kerr, and many more. Stéphane’s current goal is to connect as many bridges between art and life as possible, whilst exploring and experimenting with creators across different art forms and passions.

Tim Watson, 24, is a Brooklyn-based guitarist, sound designer, and composer. His music draws from Carnatic and Cuban rhythms, digital sound design, 21st-century electro-acoustic music, and free improvisation. Watson's eclectic career includes performances in India with South Indian classical artists Anantha R. Krishnan, Charumathi Raghuraman, and Shree Sundarkumar, as well as regular concerts in Miami with Cuban jazz legend Ignacio Berroa’s trio. His recent composition projects include PURE PLASTIC (for JACK Quartet) and BLACKPILL2023. Watson's sextet, Tim Watson's Hostile Architecture, blends South Indian classical rhythm, American minimalism, and the music of SOPHIE, and has just released their first single, Adrenochrome Etude.

Dion Kerr, an artist between Miami and New York City, blends diverse influences and mediums. He has performed with the Immanuel Wilkins Quartet, Ignacio Berroa Trio, Godwin Louis’ Global, Jean Caze’s Amede, Emmet Cohen Trio, and Tal Cohen Trio, and alongside artists like Justin Brown and Chantae Cann. Recently, he toured European festivals with Marcus Strickland’s Twi-Life and will rejoin them in March 2024 for a European residency. Kerr co-founded The Smoogies, releasing their debut album, Planet Smoogies, with trumpeter Nicholas Payton in 2020 and People Music in 2022. They plan to release a live album in 2024. Kerr also played guitar, engineered, and co-produced Seafoam Walls' record XVI, released on Ecstatic Peace Library. They recently toured with Unknown Mortal Orchestra and secured a Fender sponsorship. Kerr endorses Benevolent Basses, Marino Custom Cables, and Fender Guitars.

Miguel Russell, a 21-year-old drummer/producer from South Florida. Originally born in the Bronx NYC, he started playing drums when he was 2 years old when his father taught him how to play. At age 4 he was enrolled in the Harlem School of the Arts, studying under mentor and master drummer, Baba Donald Eaton. At age 5, his professional career began. Eventually, he moved to South Florida at age 6 and continued his professional career. He would go on to play with legends such as Wynton Marsalis, Nestor Torres, Paquito D' Rivera, Pedro Martinez, Candido Camero, Stefon Harris, Stacey Dillard, Dayna Stephens, and more.

What's the music?

Stephane Clement Trumpet, Live Production (Mac Book Pro)
Dion Kerr

Our music is a combination of originals from the group as well as renditions of music from films and our musical heroes.


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