The Jazz Session #581: Dominique Eade

It’s a new year, which means it’s the perfect time to bring a new guest to The Jazz Session. While this musician is new to the podcast, she is certainly not a new or unknown entity to jazz musicians and educators the world over. Vocalist Dominique Eade is a musicians’ musician, having recorded with Dave Holland, Fred Hersch and Ran Blake, and performed with Bill Frisell and Anthony Braxton. Dominique’s relationship with the New England Conservatory of Music dates back to 1984, having both graduated from the program and gone on to found and oversee the Jazz Vocal Program, which boasts alums including Roberta Gambarini, Aoife O’Donovan, Michael Mayo, and Lake Street Dive’s Rachel Price.

Show Notes:
– Open Letter (feat. Jed Wilson)
– When The Wind Was Green (feat. Fred Hersch)
– If I Were A Bell
– Moon River (feat. Ran Blake)
– I’m Hans Christian Andersen

Dominique’s past students mentioned in conversation:

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Author: Jason Crane