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Kendrah Butler

Kendrah E. Butler has lived and breathed music ever since she could remember. She studied at Settlement Music School in Germantown, PA for 11 years with classical world renowned pianist Charles Pettaway. Kendrah studied jazz piano at the Mount Airy Cultural Center under the direction of saxophonist Anthony “Tony” Williams. At Mount Airy, she would intensely study jazz piano with greats such as Don Wilson, Kenny Gates, and for 5 years with the late great jazz pianist Eddie Green through a Roam and Haas Scholarship at Settlement Music School. Through her experiences in classical and jazz, Kendrah would premier on TV’s CN8 with the group, “The Best Yet Jazz Quintet”, cut a demo CD with Gamble and Huff records, perform around the tri-state area, and work with the late Grover Washington all before the age of 17

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Kimmel Center Announces Jazz Residency Artists For 2015–16 Season

Kimmel Center Announces Jazz Residency Artists For 2015–16 Season

NEW WORK BY KOREY RIKER AND A COLLABORATION BETWEEN KENDRAH BUTLER AND SHAMIKA BYRD WILL BOTH PREMIERE IN JUNE 2016 The Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts has announced the 2015–16 Season Jazz Residency Artists; individuals whose involvement in this prestigious program will result in World Premieres in June 2016 at the Kimmel Center’s SEI Innovation ...


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