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  • Shabaka Hutchings

    Shabaka Hutchings is a Mercury Prize nominated saxophonist who is the leading light of the UK jazz scene. A member of the afro-futuristic trio The Comet is Coming and leader of two enthralling bands, Sons of Kemet and Shabaka and the Ancestors, Shabaka was recently named one of “Downbeat’s 2020’s...

  • Emmet Cohen

    As part of the GRAMMY Museum's Celebration of Jazz Appreciation Month, jazz pianist & composer Emmet Cohen discusses his new album Future Stride, his popular weekly livestreams "Live From Emmet's Place," and how his past experience with the GRAMMY Museum's music education programs shaped his futu...

  • Ezinma

    Celebrated classical fusion violinist Ezinma (eh-zeen-mah) is Nebraskan born from a Guyanese father and a German-American mother. Her mixed cultural and ethnic background influenced her musical upbringing and helped mold her into the versatile artist she is today. While classical music will alway...

  • Julian Lage

    As part of the GRAMMY Museum's Celebration of Jazz Appreciation Month, guitar virtuoso Julian Lage discusses his forthcoming Blue Note debut Squint, which will be released June 11. Squint is a striking new album that weds incisive, expressive songwriting with the profound interplay Lage has honed...

  • Dee Dee Bridgewater

    The GRAMMY Museum welcomed GRAMMY and Tony Award-winning artist Dee Dee Bridgewater to the Museum’s Clive Davis Theater on August 11, 2011. As a legendary vocalist, acclaimed Broadway actress, Jazz Set host, and Goodwill Ambassador to the United Nations' Food and Agriculture Organization, Bridgew...