Creative Briefs #051: Anqwenique Wingfield

Our hosts interview vocalist and teaching artist Anqwenique Wingfield. Recorded on 5/02/14.

Anqwenique’s Links:
anqwenique.com
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Anqwenique’s Performances & Things We Mentioned:

  • Misty 9 29 11
  • Anqwenique sings Floetry's "Say Yes"
  • Impromptu Summertime @ Marty's Market
  • Beautiful music from Anqwenique Wingfield at Three Rivers Arts Festival
  • Anqwenique Wingfield - YouTube
  • #1 Anqwenique at Little E's Jazz Club 8-27-11 - YouTube
  • Groove Aesthetic feat. Anqwenique Wingfield
  • Hope Academy | East Liberty Presbyterian Church
  • Kinetic - Can't Help It
  • Kinetic - Overjoyed
  • Kinetic - Waiting for Giving
  • Kinetic - In a Sentimental Mood & It Don't Mean a Thing
  • Joseph Sheehan is a composer, pianist, and educator immersed in classical, jazz, and world musics. In his compositions, performances, and teaching, Sheehan works to connect with people in deep and meaningful ways, and to discover connections between diverse musical communities.
  • JAZZSPACE promotes the next generation of Pittsburgh’s jazz giants through mentoring, marketing support, performance and a cooperative residential/studio space embedded within a vibrantly diverse community.
  • The Groove Aesthetic feat. Anqwenique Wingfield - Wild is the Wind on Vimeo
  • The Groove Aesthetic Performance Collaboration - YouTube
  • The mission of the Alumni Theater Company is to create work that represents the unique perspective of young artists growing up in an urban environment. ATC’s body of work strives to capture the ideas, interests, and struggles of the current generation of teenagers. ATC provides quality performing arts training for talented, committed youth in grades 6-12 in a highly creative, challenging and supportive environment.
  • Dramatically different innovative choral performances | Bach Choir of Pittsburgh
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By aigapittsburgh
Published May 20, 2014
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