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Boston Jazz Cruise on Northern Lights

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Boston, MA 02110

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Key Points about this Cruise
- 1.5-hour cruise, boarding begins 15-minutes prior to departure.
- Cruise the harbor and enjoy original and iconic jazz tunes played by the Benjamin Young’s
- See the beautiful Boston Skyline and iconic waterfront sites along Boston’s shores such as: Fort Independence, Bunker Hill Monument, USS Constitution, and the Marriot Custom House Tower
- Enjoy song and maybe dance in our climate controlled cabin
- Drinks and snacks are available for purchase
- This cruise offers a unique way to entertain guests from out of town, a wonderful after-work activity, and a fun way for two people start the night together
- This takes place on Northern Lights, a 115-foot motor vessel, stylized after a 1920s New England Yacht.

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Grab that special guy or gal, or a couple of happy-footed friends who enjoy the sounds of live music and step aboard the elegant Northern Lights, for a journey back to the Jazz era. Allow your senses to take you back in time with the sights of our 1920s styled New England Yacht combined with sounds of jazz, presented by the Benjamin Young Trio. The Benjamin Young Trio is a young, talented, up-and-coming, group of Jazz musicians from the Berklee School of Music. Cruise through the harbor enjoying the City Lights as they dazzle on the waters of Boston Harbor, grab a glass of champagne or a mixed drink from the bar and dance with your sweetheart on this one of a kind cruise. This is the perfect cruise for snuggling up with a loved one’s or dancing with a group of friends to the sounds of the Benjamin Young Trio.
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Meet the Band: Benjamin Young Jazz Trio

**Benjamin Young**
> Benjamin Young Started playing music at the age of 3, starting with violin. He quickly learned music by ear because he was surrounded by musicians have two public music teachers as parents. At the age of 9 He switched to playing cello.
Benjamin also began singing at a very young age. He grew up singing hymns in church and quickly found a love for it. As a boy soprano he had great success. He was able to play the part of Amal in “Amahl and the Night Visitors” with Cape Cod Opera. He was also a soloist for the Pie Jesu in the Faure requiem.

> Benjamin found a love singing in choirs as well as solo. He had the opportunity to sing in the Massachusetts South East district Music Festival Choirs for 5 years. He also participated in 4 vocal groups at his high school. One of his favorites was a barbershop quartet.
Benjamin also joined the Band in high school. There was no orchestra, so he played percussion. This helped him develop strong rhythmic reading, as well as rounded his overall musicianship. During his first year of high school he also joined the jazz ensemble as the bass player. Having never played bass before he took his knowledge of the cello and became self taught.

> In Benjamin’s Junior year of high school he was able to get a Double Bass. This has changed his life forever. He started taking lessons from David Zinno, a professor at the University o**f Rhode Island. Through his lessons with Dave, Benjamin was able to excel as a double bass player in a short period of time.

> His senior year of high school Benjamin won the audition of jazz bass player for Massachusetts South East District Jazz Ensemble. He was also granted the opportunity to attend the MMEA All State Festival as a member of the Concert Band.
Upon his arrival at Berklee, Benjamin has kept busy playing with the band the Andrew Denicola Project, his own trio project, as well as outside gigs at various locations in the Boston area. He has also started working for the Voice Department as an accompanist. This has brought back his love for electric bass and music other than jazz. Through the Voice Department Benjamin has had the opportunity to play at the BPC, David Friend Recital Hall, Steve Heck Room, and Berk Hall. He also had the opportunity to play at Berklee’s High School Jazz Festival and the ACDA conference in 2016.

> Benjamin loves playing all styles, and is open to any challenge that comes his way.

**Dabin Ryn**
> Dabin Ryu is a piano player from South Korea. She started to play piano at the age of four. Her first exposure to music was the study classical piano. She studied classical piano for eight years. Upon entering middle school she started studying other contemporary styles.

> Jazz is the style that Dabin focused her middle school career on. This intense study allowed her to get accepted, with a full scholarship to Gimcheon Art High School. While at high school Dabin was exposed to many different styles of contemporary music, but jazz was still her main focus. She was fortunate enough to study with Yeonju Choi. Under her direction, she was able to refine her piano skill as well her musical knowledge. With this study, Dabin was able to win Kyunghyang music competition, and Star n wars high school music competition.

> At the age of 19, Dabin started her own group. This was her first opportunity to lead a group, as well as compose and play her own music. With this experience Dabin realized that composing was something that she wanted to continue with.

> After Dabin completed high school she was accepted to Howon University with a full scholarship. This gave her the opportunity to further her musical knowledge, including composing, and piano playing. She attended Howon for one year before ultimately getting a full scholarship to Berklee.

> At Berklee Dabin is double majoring in Piano Performance as well as Jazz Composition. She has had a lot of playing opportunities at Berklee, playing for several student run recitals, and Berklee ensembles. In November of 2015 Dabin played at Ryle’s Jazz Club with Berklee’s Tower Of Power Ensemble. She has also expanded her composition portfolio; composing both jazz, and hip hop inspired music.

> Though Dabin is still very young in her musical life she is very accomplished. She will continue to hone her craft of playing and composing, all while giving 100 percent at every opportunity that is given to her.

**James Davis**
> James Davis is a drummer from Carlisle, Massachusetts. He began playing the snare drum at age 10. After seeing Jack Black’s “School of Rock”, he began learning how to play the drum set the same night. By playing in rock and metal bands throughout middle school and high school, James found himself playing concerts all over New England on a weekly basis by the time he was 16. While studying with Tom Arey, a renowned drummer from the Boston area, James was exposed to many different styles of music and drumming. His hard work and focus earned him acceptance to some the top ranking music schools in New England. James is currently focusing his studies on jazz from the 1950’s, 60’s and 70’s while attending Berklee College of Music. He can be found playing at Wally’s Jazz Cafe, The Woods Hill Table, Club Epicure and other venues & restaurants on a regular basis.

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