Bloom at Good Hope: A Holiday Evening with Integriti Reeves

Bloom at Good Hope Concert Series

A Holiday Evening with Integriti Reeves

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Sat. December 17, 2022 | 5pm

Free / Pay What You Can

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Location

Good Hope Neighborhood Recreation Center
14715 Good Hope Rd
Silver Spring, MD 20905

Indoors

Masks encouraged

SHOW LENGTH

60 minutes

Integriti Reeves is a vocal powerhouse whose “Modern Vintage'' style embodies the past, present, and future of the genre. Her voice elicits comparisons to the dulcet purity of Ella Fitzgerald and the smoky effortlessness of Nat King Cole. Her debut solo EP Stairway To The Stars was released in March of 2014, featuring an eclectic mix of jazz standards, Brazilian rhythms, and pop influences. She has since performed with many renowned contemporary jazz and pop artists including Herbie Hancock, Ernie Andrews, Geri Allan, Eperanza Spaulding, Stevie Wonder, Bobby Mcferrin, Terri Lyne Carrington, Liz Wright, Patrice Rushen, Hugh Masekela, and Smokey Robinson. She has also performed as a featured soloist with the National Symphony Orchestra.

An alum of the Strathmore Artist in Residence class of 2013, Integriti is a graduate of DC’s Duke Ellington School of the Arts and Baltimore’s Peabody Institute of The Johns Hopkins University. After receiving the Max Corzilius Scholarship, she studied under renowned vocalist Jay Clayton at Peabody, and took private lessons from Howard University Jazz Professor Connaitre Miller. Following her time as a Strathmore AIR, she participated in the highly selective Betty Carter’s Jazz Ahead program, a residency for young composers and performers held at the Kennedy Center. In May of 2014, she received the degree of Master of Music from Howard University.

This free concert at Good Hope Neighborhood Recreation Center is part of Bloom by Strathmore, which strives to create community and expand access to the arts. View upcoming Bloom concerts.

About Integriti Reeves

Strathmore Artist in Residence Class of 2013

Integriti Reeves is a dynamic vocal powerhouse whose “Modern Vintage” style bodies the past, present, and future of the genre. Her voice elicits comparisons to the dulcet purity of Ella Fitzgerald and the smoky effortlessness of Nat King Cole. Her experimental outlook is inspired by contemporary artists such as Feist and The Bird and The Bee, whilst her signature retro look pays homage to icons of the 1950s. Her debut solo EP Stairway To The Stars was released in March of 2014, and it features an eclectic mix of jazz standards, Brazilian rhythms, and pop influences. She has since performed with many renowned contemporary jazz and pop artists including Herbie Hancock, Ernie Andrews, Geri Allan, Eperanza Spaulding, Stevie Wonder, Bobby Mcferrin, Terri Lyne Carrington, Liz Wright, Patrice Rushen, Hugh Masekela, and Smokey Robinson. She has also performed as a featured soloist with the National Symphony Orchestra. Ms. Reeves’s musical experience is also grounded in academic excellence. She is a graduate of DC’s Duke Ellington School of the Arts and Baltimore’s Peabody Institute of The Johns Hopkins University. After receiving the Max Corzilius Scholarship, she studied under the tutelage of renowned vocalist Jay Clayton at Peabody, and took private lessons from Howard University Jazz Professor Connaitre Miller. In 2013 Ms. Reeves served as an Artist-In-Residence at the prestigious Music Center at Strathmore. In early 2014 she participated in the highly selective Betty Carter’s Jazz Ahead program, a residency for young composers and performers held at the Kennedy Center. In May of that same year, Ms. Reeves received the degree of Master of Music from Howard University. 

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