Esperanza Spalding on the Enduring Legacy of Jazz

Esperanza Spalding on the Enduring Legacy of Jazz


Esperanza Spalding was among several trailblazers honored this week in New York City at a benefit by the Brotherhood Sister/ Sol, a nonprofit organization focused on youth development. The bassist became the first jazz artist to win a Grammy for Best New Artist in 2011. She talked with Speakeasy (The Wall Street Journal) about how jazz is being embraced by younger generations and how the upright bass became her soul mate.Read full article here.


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