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The nimble and expert 7-piece Mingus Dynasty was the first band Sue Mingus organized after Charles Mingus’s death in 1979. Although big bands like the Glenn Miller and Tommy Dorsey bands had continued to perform after their leader passed on, a similar legacy never existed for smaller ensembles. Because Mingus always said he was first and foremost a composer, and because he left behind over 300 compositions that deserved to be played, a band carrying on his music became a natural, if unanticipated, mission. For the sake of authenticity, the first Dynasty bands were expected to include only musicians who had actually performed with Mingus-except for the bass player of course. Today, thirty years later, the rich legacy of Mingus music ignites the bandstand while…

Support the efforts of these young musicians in Philly to continue the music of the great musical legends from this great city. In honor of Shirley Scott, send them some help.

A. Julie Dahle Aagård (born 1978) Mindi Abair (born 1969) Karrin Allyson (born 1963) Michelle Amato; Lila Ammons (born 1958) Ernestine Anderson (born 1928)


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