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Live Shows

Watch this space for Janine's 2017 performance Schedule.

 

Saturday, April 29, 2017

Live Webcast TV Performance Worldwide

Comedy by Sam Adams, special guest

Afro-Caribbean Jazz by Janine Santana Latin Jazz

Sooooo inexpensive! Watch from anywhere!

Get tickets HERE

Wednesday, September 7, 2016, 7PM

 With MISTURA FINA

Dazzle Jazz

930 Lincoln Street  

Denver, CO

Click here for tickets

 


FRIDAY AUGUST 12, 8:30 P.M. - 12:00 A.M.

With KAT PARRA

HOTEL DE ANZA – HEDLEY CLUB 

San Jose, CA

 

First night of the San Jose Jazz Summer Fest and we get to be a part of it! Featuring Murray: piano, Masaru Koga: woodwinds, Aaron Germain: bass and Dan Foltz: drums
Admission: Free. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 233 West Santa Clara St.. Venue phone: 408-286-1000.

AUG 12 8:30pmSan Jose, CA HOTEL DE ANZA – HEDLEY CLUB

 

August 26th and 27th, 2016

 With Eugenie Jones

9PM MST
Baur's Listening Lounge 
1512 Curtis St.
Denver, CO 80202

Eugenie will be accompanied by Andy Weyl-piano, Mark Simon-bass, and Dan Hogan-drums with special guest: Janine Santana on congas....

...Don't miss this unique performer from the Northwest when she alights in town...I can't wait for these dates at Baur's Listening Lounge ... Just can't arrive fast enough!

 

 

 

 

May 21, 2016

Janine Santana Latin Jazz

Historic Five Points Jazz Festival, Denver, CO

25th to 29th streets along Welton St.

Plaza stage

4PM MST

 

 

May 21, 2016

Janine Santana Latin Jazz 

4PM MST at the Five Points Plaza Stage

Welton Street, in Historic Five Points, Denver, Colorado.

Copies of Soft as Granite will be available before and after the performance, or purchase here.

    Thank you for supporting the music!


January 30, 2016

 with the Mi Casa All-Stars Band. Supporting 

 Mi Casa is among Colorado’s oldest and largest Latino-serving nonprofit organizations. Since 1976, Mi Casa has been dedicated to advancing the economic success of Latino and working families in the Denver Metro area.

Tickets and info available HERE. 

Testimonials
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Who Is Janine Santana? This raw short was originally for Latina-USA, a show on PBS. It says a little bit about Janine as spontaneously explained when asked about how she feels about her Puerto Rican heritage.

Janine Santana

 

Of Puerto Rican descent, Via Brooklyn, NY and Trenton, NJ Janine Santana has lived with a deep love for Afro-Cuban/ Caribbean traditions and Jazz for as long as she can remember. She has been a professional performing artist in a variety of genres for the past 30 years. An accurate, exciting and groove-driven conga player, she has been in demand and followed on the Latin dance/festival circuit as well as a side player on recordings. Equally adept and comfortable in genres of Jazz, Afro-Cuban, and Funk, Janine Santana is described in reviews and by her fans and peers as a passionate, creative and vibrant musician. In 2009 she finally took the reins and developed, produced and led a stellar group of musicians in her well received recording Soft as Granite (NiNi, 2009) featuring alto sax legend Richie Cole, trumpeters Greg Gisbert and Brad Goode, and former arranger/percussionist for Tito Puente, Jose’ Madera.

What's NEW!

 

HERE IT IS!!!! Please contribute and share to help make this amazing project come to fruition in 2014. Check it out HERE 


Currently, Janine is creating an interesting recording featuring generations of important Jazz and Latin Jazz musicians. Janine's conga skills and drive to integrate and showcase the rich talents of the artists she picks for a wide variety of material has resulted in supportive attention from many of the most respected people in the Latin Jazz genre of the music industry. At this time, a documentary of this project is also being developed. She has chosen talents from young ascending-star bassist Luques Curtis, in his early twenties yet already playing regularly with Eddie Palmieri among other masters, to Bobby Porcelli and David Amram, both going strong in their 70’s and 80’s, respectively,  and astounding musicians. In the middle she has included  again Jose’ Madera on timbales and arrangements, Ricky Gonzalez (currently pianist/arranger for Jennifer Lopez, Marc Anthony and a veteran of numerous Grammy-winning Latin Jazz recordings) as producer/pianist/arranger and Ray Vega on trumpets, among other stellar musicians and music industry professionals. 

This is a project to watch for!