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The latest news about Patrice Rushen.

11th of September 2020

Patrice will be part of the AfroComicCon event October 24th. It’s a fun, educational and interactive event for the whole family.

For more information click on the image or visit the schedule page.


 

30th of August 2020

Music, Activism and the Moment

Join us Wednesday, September 9th for a virtual conversation with the Honorable Holly Mitchell and Grammy Award Nominated recording artist and Chair of Popular Music at the University of Southern California, Patrice Rushen, moderated by acclaimed composer Marcus Shelby.

This event is in support of Holly Mitchell for County Supervisor (2nd District) and hosted by: Hon. Ignacio De La Fuente, Melanie Shelby and Sonya Lockett

Fore more information click on the image.


 

13th of August 2020

Listen to the interview with 93.TweedFM right here.


 

27th of July 2020

Patrice recently took part in the virtual festival Justice Comes Alive.
She joined co-host Nigel Hall to discuss how the conversation and fight for racial equality can continue to move forward.

Check out the conversation below.


 

20th of July 2020

“Forget Me Nots” by Patrice Rushen is featured in the #1 Netflix movie at the moment "Fatal Affair".

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2nd of July 2020

Patrice Rushen has been invited to join the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences.

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22nd of June 2020

Recently Patrice joined Team Supreme to discuss her life as one of the music industry’s most versatile artists.

Click here to listen to the podcast or visit www.questlovesupreme.com


 

23rd of May 2020

The Ramo Music Faculty Award, est. in 1971 is reserved for those exceptional individuals who’ve made outstanding contributions to Music, Education and Humanity. The 2020 recipient of this prestigious award is USC Pop Program chair Patrice Rushen.

As a classically trained pianist, her artistic fusion of Jazz, Pop and R&B has garnered 4 Grammy nominations and the coveted respect of the industry as one of the preeminent artists of our generation. Her decorated career spans decades across all genres in all formats from stage and radio to film and TV.

But perhaps her students and faculty love and admire her most for her unwavering commitment to, and vision for the Popular Music Program at USC and it’s mission to deliver the next generation os inspired, dedicated professionals to this art form.


 

11th of March 2020

Longtime Altadena resident Patrice Rushen was honored by the Altadena Arts Magnet School during the “Make Space for Art” Ribbon Cutting.

They now have a Patrice Rushen Music Studio.


 

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