THEARC Theater Welcomes Kendall Isadore as Double Time Jazz Opener

THEARC Theater Welcomes Kendall Isadore as Double Time Jazz Opener

Kendall Isadore is a violinist, vocalist, pianist, instructor and songwriter based in Washington, DC. On Friday, April 17th she will open for renowned acapella group, Take 6, as a part of THEARC's Double Time Jazz concert series. 

Born in Houston, Texas, Kendall Nicole Isadore is a vocalist, Violinist, Pianist, songwriter and instructor. Even as a graduate of Howard University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology, music has always been Kendall’s passion. She started pursuing music at the tender age of 8 years old.

Isadore's specialty is jazz, gospel, contemporary, R&B and hip-hop on violin. She has performed all over the country and at a variety of events & venues including the the National NAACP ACT-SO Competition Awards Ceremony, Delta Sigma Theta’s Founder’s Day Centennial Weekend, the Potter’s House Church pastored by Bishop T.D. Jakes, and local spaces including Cramton Auditorium and The Howard Theater. She has performed with artists such as R&B legend Roberta Flack, American Idol winner and recording artist Fantasia, jazz saxophonist Mike Phillips, classical vocalist Josh Groban and gospel artists Kim Burrell, Tye Tribbet, Kurt Carr and Jeff Majors.

Learn more about Double Time Jazz at THEARC or purchase tickets by clicking here.

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