Lee Mixashawn Rozie; the Wave Artist

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Lee Mixashawn Rozie  has been a practicing multi disciplinary and internationally acclaimed Jazz artist for the past three decades. Mr. Rozie also  holds a degree in History and Ethnomusicology from Trinity College and is equally at home in academic and cultural settings. Beginning from the point of Indigenous artist, using ancient cultural principles , maritime arts  and historical data both written and oral he has developed a system of "Hemispheric Principles"  to inform and guide his artform, more directly referred to as "Wave Art" : sonic, aquatic percussive and harmonic.. Mixashawn offers musical performance and educational classes and workshops on Indigenous music traditional and contemporary as well as original workshops that utilize his extensive experience as  performer, Indigenous artist and educator to inspire  creativity and natural expression for all ages. 

Lee Mixashawn Rozie has recently joined the Connecticut based organization "Hartford Performs".  Mixashawn offers  workshops and performances of "Decoding Race through Music" an original program that helps young people understand the facts and myths about race ethnicity and nationality informed by music and the rich mosaic of what is commonly known as "American Music" and its diverse sources.