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Gwen Sampé

Gwendolyn Jewel Sampé is an American singer now living in Paris. Her first significant musical work was not as a straight- ahead jazz singer but as the composer/director of a poetry-song production titled " Turnings ", based on the poetry of Nigerian author Wole Soyinka. She was also the first woman to play the part of god in Benjamin Britten's " Noah's Flood ". This was followed by her taking the part of " spirit " in the Ariya production of Purcell's “Dido and Aeneas”. During this time Gwen has also been performing in various jazz venues in Europe - Iceland, Ireland, Germany, France, Italy and England


Song of the Day

Love Came

Label: Self Produced
Released: 0
Duration: 04:15


Water Gazing

Label: Maekon Records
Released: 2002



Label: Self Produced
Released: 0


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