Charles Burchell is a musician, educator and social activist from New Orleans that has toured with Grammy nominated artists Christian Scott, Delfayo Marsalis and Donald Harrison. He has a passion for music education have attended community music programs himself growing up. Charles is a recent graduate of the Harvard Graduate School of Education ‘Master’s in Arts in Education’ Program and is currently teaching and performing in New York City. In this interview, we talk about music as a movement and creative moments.
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In this episode, you’ll learn:
- Why music can be a movement
- The role of cultural exchange
- What makes the music of the late 60’s powerful
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