Plans for live weekend jazz outdoors

Got jazz? Nisi wants you!

Updated 1 year ago David Stone
Kaie Razaghi wants to hear from jazz musicians ready to perform live.
Kaie Razaghi wants to hear from jazz musicians ready to perform live.
© David Stone / Roosevelt Island Daily

When creating the covered, outdoor dining area at Nisi, owner Kaie Razaghi had in mind resuming the popular jazz performances that brought vibrancy to Good Shepherd Plaza in the past. Now, he's looking for artists ready to entertain diners on Friday and Saturday nights.

Are you a jazz performer or member of a jazz group? Kaie Razaghi would like to hear from you about filling weekend hours with live music, adding life to Main Street, here on Roosevelt Island.

Outdoor dining at Nisi set to be soothed by jazz.
Outdoor dining at Nisi set to be soothed by jazz.
© David Stone / Roosevelt Island Daily

Interested? Stop by and ask for Kaie or his son and partner Alex. Or, reach them by email: nisikitchen@gmail.com.

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