Evolution and Reawakening: Jazz Leaders Fellow Jasmine Wilson in Concert at BKCM

Evolution and Reawakening: Jazz Leaders Fellow Jasmine Wilson in Concert at BKCM


Saturday, April 1, 2023 – 7pm (BKCM Concert Hall, 58 7th Avenue)

Join BKCM for a FREE concert by BKCM Jazz Leaders Fellow Jasmine Wilson!

The intimate evening will explore themes of evolution and reawakening. Jasmine will reflect on emerging from the pandemic and moments of personal growth over the course of her life. The set will include some of Jasmine’s original pieces, covers of her favorite tunes, and improvisation.

The band will feature Joey Chang (piano), Stephan Crump (bass), and Alfredo Colon (saxophone). The event will also feature artwork by illustrator and comic artist Manny714 (Emmanuel Knight).

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Jasmine Wilson

Jasmine Wilson is a singer, composer, poet, educator, and producer who combines jazz and classical music with free improvisation and poetry. Jasmine is a Dream Unfinished Activist Orchestra member, singing in concerts for Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall, Metropolitan Museum of Art, the DiMenna Center for Classical Music, the Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning, the Brooklyn Public Library, the Queens Museum, and the Center for Constitutional Rights. She is half of the improvisation-based musical duo Chez Cherie with pianist Joey Chang. Jasmine has performed and collaborated with artists such as composer/musicians Aakash Mittal, Anjna Swaminathan, Joel Ross, Maria Grand, Sean Mayes, and Stephan Crump. Internationally, she has appeared with Canadian funk/R&B bands What It Is, the Morphtet, Freak Motif, and Kalmunity.

The Jazz Leaders Fellowship

The Jazz Leaders Fellowship provides Black women and Black non-binary jazz musicians with resources to further develop their craft and pursue projects that advance their careers.

The Mission of the Jazz Leaders Fellowship is to

  • To support emerging jazz musicians in creating original music.
  • To support the careers of Black women and Black non-binary jazz musicians to help increase their representation in the field
  • To broaden the presence of BKCM in the jazz community
  • To expose BKCM’s students to diverse emerging teachers

Learn more about the fellowship HERE!


Photos for Stephan Crump by Craig Marsden

Photos for Joey Chang by Jonathan Levin

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