In Damien Sneed's Own Words:
The Power of Prayer (Part One) This first video shows candid footage of me, Wynton Marsalis, Rev. Calvin Butts, the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra and my choral group, Chorale Le Chateau during the Abyssinian Mass 2013: Gospel Celebration Tour. The footage was recorded during one of our performances in New York City at Jazz at Lincoln Center's Frederick P. Rose Hall. The video's musical underscore is based on the movement PRAYER where the ch
Damien Sneed singing “Call Him By This Name” along with his group, The Levites at Jazz at Lincoln Center's Rose Theater on Saturday, November 9, 2013 from his Broken To Minister EP.
Damien Sneed and Friends: Jazz for Young People
Rose Theater, Jazz at Lincoln Center
New York City Saturday, November 9, 2013
Damien Sneed, piano and lead vocals
Kenneth Whalum III, saxophone
Jammal Graham, Hammond B3 organ
John Matthew Clark, bass guitar
Quinn Brown, drums
On the Road with the Abyssinian: A Gospel Celebration: Wynton Marsalis and Damien Sneed answer questions about the October 2013 Abyssinian: A Gospel Celebration Tour. Learn more about what made this tour, and Marsalis' Abyssinian Mass so significant to our music and culture, which included the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis, and Chorale Le Chateau (a 70-voice gospel choir), conducted by Damien Sneed.
In Damien Sneed's words:
On October 31, 2011 Metropolitan Opera star Marcello Giordani hosted a fundraising gala and concert with the Marcello Giordani Foundation, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to assist and support promising young opera singers. The foundation, founded by Giordani, was created to encourage and enable talented young singers from around the world to pursue and achieve their career goals and transition onto the professional opera stage. The conce
(New York, NY – June 1, 2014) – Damien L Sneed is an award-winning artist who excels in classical, jazz, gospel, and contemporary music. He is a rising star who is widely admired for his range of musical talents and his extraordinary achievements in his burgeoning career. A 2014 recipient of the prestigious Sphinx Medal of Excellence, which is presented annually to emerging Black and Latino leaders in classical music, Sneed has also garnered attention in a wide range of other