Jasmine R. Wilson is a versatile American vocalist, educator, and producer based in New York City. A passionate storyteller, she combines her training in western classical music with improvisation.
Jasmine regularly performs works by Black women composers as a vocalist with The Dream Unfinished (TDU), an activist orchestra. As a part of TDU, she has performed in chamber concerts for Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall, the DiMenna Center for Classical Music, the Queens Museum, the Center for Constitutional Rights and the Brooklyn Public Library. Internationally, Jasmine has also appeared with Canadian funk/R&B bands What It Is, the Morphtet, Freak Motif, and Kalmunity.
She is fascinated by all the ways the voice can tell a story--through music, speech, and life. As an educator, Jasmine helps people shape their unique voice and confidently share their story. She has taught music, improvisation, English as a Second Language, and public speaking in France, Canada, and across New York City.
Jasmine is an experienced radio and podcast producer covering news, current affairs, arts & culture, music, and community activism. She co-hosted Soul Perspectives on CKUT 90.3 FM, as well as produced multiple radio programs for CJAD 800 Radio and the Kelly Alexander Show. In television, Jasmine currently creates "media with impact" as a Community Engagement Specialist at New York City’s PBS station, WNET. She is a graduate of UNC School of the Arts (HS) and McGill University.