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Lessie Vonner started on the trumpet when she was 11, playing her first gigs while still in high school.

She moved to New York to attend the New School and studied under such trumpeters as Cecil Bridgewater, Charles Tolliver, Jimmy Owens, Tanya Darby, and Ingrid Jensen, picking up a lot of experience while playing with rock and pop groups (including Beyoncé) while keeping her eventual focus on jazz.

On her LiveStream from June 27, 2020, Lessie Vonner performs her excellent composition “Cup Overflowing” in a duet with bassist Russell Hall, displaying a tone that is a little reminiscent of Clifford Brown along with a relaxed and thoughtful style that makes one look forward to her future projects.

– Scott Yanow

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