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100 minutes including intermission, Ages 10+
In Person, Livestream or On Demand
Celebrating over two decades of music making as one of the most celebrated woodwind quintets in the world, the twice
Grammy-nominated Imani Winds has led both a revolution and evolution of the wind quintet through their dynamic playing,
adventurous programming, imaginative collaborations and outreach endeavors that have inspired audiences of all ages and
The ensemble’s playlist embraces traditional chamber music repertoire, and as a 21st century group, Imani Winds is devoutly
committed to expanding the wind quintet repertoire by commissioning music from new voices that reflect historical events
and the times in which we currently live.
In 2016, Imani Winds received their greatest accolade in their 20 years of music making: a permanent presence in the
classical music section of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington DC.
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