"A shoeless Esperanza Spalding, on solid footing at the Lincoln Theatre"

"A shoeless Esperanza Spalding, on solid footing at the Lincoln Theatre"


The Washington Post
By Mike Joyce
Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Esperanza Spalding had the best seat in the house at Lincoln Theatre on Sunday night. Shedding her jacket and scarf moments after the lights went down, the 25-year-old jazz bassist-vocalist sat at a corner table onstage, tossed of her heels and poured herself a glass of wine. A few sips later, still barefoot, she led her Chamber Music Society ensemble through an imaginatively arranged collection of tunes that not only showcased her remarkable vocal range but also her gift for infusing ballads with a soulful or dreamy aura.

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