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Live Music: Lindsey St Onge (Jazz Trio)

Lindsey St Onge is a New York based singer and vocal coach. Trained in a variety of styles, including opera and classical music, she attended the Los Angeles County High School for the Arts and Boston Conservatory of Music. Lindsey teaches music through the New York City Center’s Community Word Project in schools all over the NYC area and is a student in the Music and Music Education Program at Teachers College, Columbia University.

Daniel Hartig is a guitarist, composer and educator from New York City. Throughout high school, Daniel performed his original music at various New York venues, including The Knitting Factory, Howl Festival and the United Nations Annual Youth Summit. At the age of 16, Daniel started playing Jazz and spent two summers at the Berklee College of Music. His love for jazz guitar led to his decision to continue his studies at University of the Arts in Philadelphia where he received the prestigious Guitar Faculty Award. Daniel is currently enrolled the Music and Music Education program at Teachers College, Columbia University.

Jeff Koch is a bassist, composer, and educator, also from New York City. He studied at Berklee Carol High School and Manhattan School of Music and is currently a graduate student in Music and Music Education at Teachers College. He received the outstanding musicianship award from Berklee College of Music, as well as the judges' choice award, twice. Jeff has been playing in and around NYC, as well as other cities, as a jazz and rock bassist.

Jazz musicians, Lindsey (vocals), Dan (guitar), and Jeff (bass) play at various gigs around NYC while also teaching music during the day to preschoolers. The trio experiments with bringing new life to the old classics, as well adding their own twists to top 40 tunes. Enjoy the music!


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Come hear live music in the Everett Cafe -- everything from bluegrass and folk, to jazz, through to classical and/or international. We sponsor 1-hour musical performances each week by student musicians from the Teachers College community, and we hope you will join us!


If you are interested in participating in the Everett Cafe music program, please contact us via online support with details.

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  • Jennifer Govan
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