Our first Discovery features musician, composer, and activist Samora Pinderhughes performing work from his new four song EP ‘Black Spring’ – an ode to the energy of uprising in uncertain times.
Making his National Sawdust debut in 2016, Samora has been a vital member of our artistic community ever since, performing as a part of our series The Revolution, at our Season 5 opening concert, and as a part of Sounds of Saving’s mental health benefit concert this past winter.
Join us for an evening of hip hop-inflected jazz that is both a celebration of our collective power and a call to action for a better future.
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