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Jazz soloist Fostina Dixon returns with 'New Beginnings" album

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Fostina Dixon is a composer, vocalist, and jazz soloist who plays soprano, alto, and baritone saxes; flute; and clarinet. Fostina Dixon is a native of Wilmington, Delaware where she studied with the late Robert "Boysie" Lowery.  As a young woodwind instrumentalist, she played for the Delaware All-State Band and was selected for the American Young Symphonic Orchestra which toured Europe. As a professional musician, she has performed at numerous clubs, colleges, libraries, churches, community art centers, New York's Jazzmobile concert series, and theaters and toured abroad.  Fostina has also toured Germany, Austria, Italy, Belgium, France, and the Netherlands several times. Ms. Dixon has worked with and made television appearances on shows such as the popular "NY Undercover Cop" series, WNYC Channel 31's "Perspective in Jazz," NBCs "Today in New York" with Dr. Billy Taylor. This will be Fostina Dixon's second time on my show, this time to present the new album "New Beginnings" tracks will be played on this showcase, tune in..

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