Winning the 2010 Grammy® Award for Best New Artist, Esperanza Spalding has shown that she is here to stay. Blessed with uncanny instrumental chops, a multi-lingual voice that is part angel and part siren, and a natural beauty that borders on the hypnotic, the 26-year-old prodigy-turned-pro might well be the hope for the future of jazz and instrumental music. Spalding has performed on the Late Show with David Letterman, Jimmy Kimmel Live, theCBS Saturday Early Show, the Tavis Smiley Show, Austin City Limits, and National Public Radio. Other highlights include two appearances at the White House, receiving the Jazz Journalists Association’s 2009 Jazz Award for Up and Coming Artist of the Year, appearing at the Newport Jazz Festival and performances at both the 2009 Nobel Prize Ceremony in Oslo, Norway and the Nobel Peace Prize Concert.
|Senior (62+):||$41||UR Student:||$10|
|Child (0-12):||$22||Group (20+)||$41|