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Nu Millennium — a cappella
genre: soul

Nu Millennium, an a cappella singing group from Brooklyn, NY, share memories of singing on the street corners as kids to survive hard times.

Their music has been described as “A Cappella Soul” and involves irresistible, street corner, Doo Wop style, group harmony and passionate, soulful melodic interpretations of groups like the Drifters, Temptations, Limelites, Persuasions and the Dells that are winning fans worldwide.

The group has opened for legends of the music industry like Bo Diddley, Blue Magic, The Drifters, The Jive Five, The Duprees, and The Delfonics; filmed an episode for ABC television’s “Six Degrees”, and being featured on NBC’s Today Show, and acted and sung in the off-broadway show, "Barry White: Guided By Destiny". They have performed at major club venues, weddings, corporate events and benefits. Nu Millennium continues to dazzle audiences young and old who are swept away by their sweet and soulful musical interpretations and smooth, rich harmonies.

Having already recorded projects and performed live for corporations like Starbucks, WWE (Wrestlemania), Warner Music/Atlantic Records UK, and MLB (Major League Baseball), Nu Millennium is also currently recording an album including original songs with classic soul harmony and influenced by their 30 years of singing great music together.

performing "Daddy's Home" | performing a medley at "The Soul Sessions Urban  Music Showcase" in New York


Renaissance Street Singers
genre: 15th and 16th century a cappella choral

Since 1973, The Renaissance Street Singers of New York, directed by John Hetland, have sung 15th- and 16th-century music a cappella on the sidewalks and in the public spaces of New York. The repertoire is polyphonic motets, hymns, magnificats, Psalms, mass sections and other sacred music by Du Fay, Ockeghem, Josquin, Senfl, Palestrina, Byrd, Victoria and Cardoso, and their contemporaries. The motivation is a love for this music and the wish to share it with others. Concerts are two or three Sundays a month, usually from 2 to 4 pm, always free. 

renaissance street singers
Singing on Christopher Street, New York | The Singers' 35th Anniversary performance



Yasuyuki ”Yaz” Takagi — saxaphonist, Yaz Band
genre: classic r&b

A native of Osaka Japan, Yasuyuki ”YAZ” Takagi came to New York City in 1992 and formed his own band, Yaz Band in 2002. As an official member of Music Under New York, Yaz Band is playing at any train stations of MTA, like Grand Central Terminal or Penn Station. Yaz Band also had the opportunity to take their music abroad as part of the "Under New York in Seoul ” performance series held in Seoul, Korea in 2003 & 2004. Yaz Band was also focused on Subway Idol of  FOX5 news, and seen on some Cable TV programs. Yaz Band has played Lincoln Center Out of Doors in August 2005. Yaz Band’s original songs were played on CD101.9 FM.  New CD “Rush Hour” was released in November 2007.

performing in Penn Station, New York | performing in the Lexington Ave station, New York


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