Film, Video Etienne Charles: Creole Soul

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  • Etienne Charles: Creole Soul


  • With his Creole Soul project, trumpeter Etienne Charles explores the musical connections between Afro-Caribbean, Creole, New Orleans and American traditions.

Event Date

  • May 29, 2015


  • -  A native of Trinidad, trumpeter Etienne Charles studied with Marcus Roberts and has performed or recorded with Monty Alexander, Roberta Flack, Wynton Marsalis, Maria Schneider and the Count Basie Orchestra.

Running Time

  • 1 hours 6 minutes 58 seconds

Online Format

  • video
  • image

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