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Co-founders Judah Levine and Emily Priebe were first inspired to start Eesho when adventuring to Croatia just a few short months after meeting each other. They were struck by just how happy they felt together and attributed it to two main ingredients: connection and elevated experiences. As they headed home to New York City, they vowed to create something that would spark the same unbridled joy in others.
An intimate rooftop set by close friend Axel Mansoor gave Judah and Emily the confidence to host a rooftop fundraiser for Emily’s Entourage, a non-profit that funds advanced stage Cystic Fibrosis research. The evening raised $10,000, as live musicans Gabi Holzwarth and Lexie Lowell were joined by live visual artist Ian Sullivan. The insane energy that enimated from that beautiful summer night set the wheels in motion for everything Eesho has become since.
On the heels of the fundraiser, the couple duo became a trio. World-class sound engineer and production wizard Alex Silver joined the team as Eesho’s third partner. Alex brought years of touring and large-venue production experience, sharpening his skill set at the likes of Barclays Center.
After hosting a solo art show opening for Ian Sullivan at Anderson Contemporary, with a headlining musical performance from Axel Mansoor and guest performance by Lexie Lowell, the trio set their sights on the team’s most ambitious project to date, Emily’s Entourage’s fourth annual EENY charity gala.
For EENY, Eesho curated six visuals artists, three DJ’s including headliner FDVM, a live harpist and an acrobatic dance troupe to collectively tell the story of Ultra Violet, seeing beyond to a future with a cure for 100% of Cystic Fibrosis patients. The gala was a staggering success, raising over $200,000.
Eesho has quickly found its place as a community and a collective, a unifiying force at the intersection of music, art, dance and philanthropy. With a diverse range of creative collaborators and a relentlessly positive spirit, Eesho aspires to spark the type of genuine, life-affirming connection that made Emily and Judah happier than they’d ever been before.