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Laying jazz to rest: Angel Bat Dawid on her latest album

Angel Bat Dawid in the WBEZ performing studio.

Ethan Schwabe

Laying jazz to rest: Angel Bat Dawid on her latest album

Angel Bat Dawid in the WBEZ performing studio.

Ethan Schwabe

Laying jazz to rest: Angel Bat Dawid on her latest album

In 2019, Angel Bat Dawid gathered her favorite musicians for a performance exploring the death of jazz. Her latest album uses that performance to explore the topic further. The Chicago composer and activist joins Reset to talk about her early days learning the clarinet, her goals for teaching Black children and the 1959 documentary that inspired her latest work. GUEST: Angel Bat Dawid, Chicago musician and educator

Angel Bat Dawid in the WBEZ performing studio.

Ethan Schwabe

   

In 2019, Angel Bat Dawid gathered her favorite musicians for a performance exploring the death of jazz. Her latest album uses that performance to explore the topic further.

The Chicago composer and activist joins Reset to talk about her early days learning the clarinet, her goals for teaching Black children and the 1959 documentary that inspired her latest work.

GUEST: Angel Bat Dawid, Chicago musician and educator

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