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Play Valerie Coleman: Red Clay and Mississippi Delta
Play Paquito D'Rivera: Kites Over Havana (excerpt)
Play Carter: Quintet for Winds, mvt. 2 (live)
Play Poulenc: Sextet mvt. 1 (live)
Play Piazzolla arr. Scott: Libertango (live)
Play NYSCA Recording #2 - IWCMF student group 2
Play NYSCA Recording #1 - IWCMF student group 1


Imani's new arrangement of The Rite of Spring, by Jonathon Russell, is a substantial piece of music. Stravinsky's 1913 score employs a gargantuan orchestra. Hearing this masterpiece reduced to five voices is like rotating a precious gem to peer through a different side.
Imani Winds performs Piazzolla's "Libertango." Arrangement by Jeff Scott (French horn). Recorded/filmed at The Mansion at Strathmore in North Bethesda, Maryland USA.
Paquito ends a Festival masterclass like no other
Listen to the interview: Imani Winds joins Soundcheck in the studio to perform parts of the new album.
A preview and discussion of the album "Terra Incognita," released August 24th, 2010 by E1 Music. This video features interviews, as well as previews of the music.
An interview with the Imani Winds at:
An inside look at the the collaboration between Boston Brass and Imani Winds as they prepare to perform Gil Evans/Miles Davis classics "Porgy and Bess" and "Sketches of Spain."
"Honey Man" by Gil Evans arranged by Chris Castellanos
Produced by Carnegie Hall for the premiere of DBR's work: "5 Chairs and 1 Table."
"It Ain't Necessarily So" by George Gershwin arranged by Chris Castellanos
Part of the Legacy Commissioning Project.
The premiere of Wayne Shorter's Terra Incognita, written especially for Imani Winds, performed at La Jolla Music Society - SummerFest 2006