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Billy White
Friday, July 02, 2027 7:00 PM
Metropolitan Room, New York, NY
  • 2 Bev Min
Admission Type Price Quantity

GENERAL ADMISSION

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General Seating Only
$10.00

VIP SILVER PACKAGE

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Includes: Open Bar, One Ticket Entry, Skipping Line, and Gratuity.
$95.00

VIP GOLD PACKAGE

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Includes: Open Bar, One Appetizer Platter, Private Premium Seating, One Ticket Entry, Skipping Line, and Gratuity.
$115.00
ALL SALES ARE FINAL
Show Details
  • When: Friday, Jul 2, 2027 7:00 PM (Doors open at 6:15 PM)
  • Ticket Price: $10.00 - $115.00
  • Door Time: 6:15 PM
  • Show Type: Jazz
  • Restrictions: 2 Bev Min
Billy White



Billy White is a pianist, keyboardist, composer, producer, electronic musician and songwriter living in New York City.  Born in San Francisco, he graduated attended UCLA's jazz studies program, where he studied under Kenny Burrell and earned a B.A. in Ethnomusicology.  He has won numerous awards and scholarships, including the David A. Abell Jazz Piano Scholarship, the Martin Feldman Award, the Duke Ellington Jazz Award and several CMEA Command Performances. Since moving to New York in 2005, he worked with Blue Note artist Ambrose Akinmusire, Dayna Stephens, Obed Calvaire, Paula West, and Marcus Shelby, as well as crossing over into R&B, working with Bilal (Grammy-nominee), and Maiysha Kai (Grammy-nominee).   Never one to mind boundaries, he has collaborated with gospel star James Hall. as well as electronic producers Teeko, Captain Planet, and Pablo Ygal (formerly of Plug Research).  He has also composed for film (the festival-winning Bowling Blind, 2011) and dance (Martha Graham School of Dance, Long Island University).  He has also worked in musical theater, co-writing the musical "Finding Harlem" with Rent's Ano Okera.  In 2010, he released "First Things First", an album of original jazz, which garnered positive reviews in both Down Beat Magazine and the San Francisco Chronicle.