The SHED is proud to present an evening with Mark G. Meadows, DC-based pianist and composer.
Recently awarded DC’s “Composer of the Year” and “Album of the Year” by the Washington City Paper.
His album “To the People” placed 2nd on CapitalBop’s list of Best Jazz Albums of 2016 and was called the “new musical anthem for social justice” by The DCist.
Mark Meadows has performed w/ Bobby McFerrin, Nicholas Payton, Kurt Elling, Warren Wolf, and has headlined at Dizzy’s Coca-Cola Club, Blues Alley, The Kennedy Center and many other regional venues.
Rochelle Rice is a dynamic and compelling vocalist and songwriter, and has been named Best Jazz Vocalist Washington City Paper Jazzy Awards(Washington, DC). Fresh from her residency at the prestigious arts center, Strathmore, her profound and flawless sound joins the singer/songwriters of the 1960s and the contemporary jazz vocalists of today.
As a consistent voice on Washington DC’s music scene, Rochelle has performed at some of the area’s top venues and events including TheKennedy Center, TheFilmore, Twins Jazz Club, Amp by Strathmore, DC Jazz Festival, Strathmore Mansion, Capitol Bop’s Jazz Lofts and the Hamilton. In 2014 she produced and performed the sold-out debut of The Conversation: Stories of Hope, Heart, and Wholeness, a joining of both classical and jazz music, featuring the well celebrated lyric coloratura, Marlissa Hudson and one of the region’s jazz piano masters, Allyn Johnson.
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Videos, recordings, bios, photos, and more can be found at markgmeadows.com and rochellericemusic.com.