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Changamire

REVIEWS

It's difficult to nail down just what makes her voice so darn compelling. Maybe it's the comfort and familiarity, maybe the confiding honesty. Whatever the case, it works exceptionally well. — Todd S. Jenkins, AllAboutJazz.com

...[one] of the Top 50 songs of the past [2002] year that got the MOST inquiries and/or requests! — Al Santos, Smooth Jazz 105.9 FM, Washington DC

...[one of] the most satisfying releases by area artists in 2001 — Eric Brace, The Washington Post

A jazzy chanteuse with the pop sensibilities in the vein of Cassandra Wilson and Anita Baker, Changamire has it all: immaculate phrasing, tastefully restrained vibrato, a taste of honey in her tones, delicate songwriting, and fitting accompaniment that neither towers over nor cowers beneath her. — Joseph McCombs, Starpolish.com

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Primary Instrument

Vocalist

Location

Washington, DC

Willing to teach

Beginners

Clinic/Workshop Information

With self- released projects under her belt and her management of projects for other artists, Changamiré authors and instructs Recording Project 101®, a proprietary, innovative program that teaches students how to navigate the recording process, meeting great success at the D.C. Music Center, Northern Virginia Community College and U.S. News-ranked Howard University.

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