Seven collaborative and five solo albums into her career at 31, Esperanza Spalding has always resolutely, intuitively, deftly expanded upon both her art and herself as a world-renowned genre- bending composer, bassist and vocalist. Spalding’s work, grounded in jazz traditions but never bound by them, has won her four Grammy awards and brought her onstage at the Oscars, the Nobel Prize Ceremony, the White House, and with Prince and Herbie Hancock. Not only does she know who she is, we know who she is.

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Dominique Mosley

Dominique Mosley

Billy Taylor

Billy Taylor, a pianist and composer who was also an eloquent spokesman and advocate for jazz as well as a familiar presence for many years on

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Howard Gospel Choir of Howard University

[embedyt] https://www.youtube.com/embed?listType=playlist&list=FLbm9t3RZVA9y42_4CtFUZGw&v=Ew8hshcuP0Y&layout=gallery[/embedyt] Founded in the fall of 1968 by Melanie Russell (Lee) and Rosalind Thompkins (Lynch), the HOWARD GOSPEL CHOIR (HGC) of Howard University is

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Tania León

Highly regarded internationally as a composer and conductor, and recognized for her contributions as an educator and advisor to arts organizations, Tania León has established

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Fisk Jubilee Singers

  Five years after Fisk University was founded, George L. White created a nine-member choral ensemble of students and took it on tour to earn

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