About

Jasmine Wilson (she/her) is a versatile voice artist, composer, educator, and DEI practitioner based in New York City. 

A passionate storyteller, she combines western classical music with free improvisation and poetry. Jasmine is a member of the Dream Unfinished Activist Orchestra, singing in concerts for Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the DiMenna Center for Classical Music, the Brooklyn Public Library, the Queens Museum, and the Center for Constitutional Rights. She is half of the musical duo, Chez Cherie, where she performs radically improvised compositions with pianist Joey Chang. Jasmine also performs at venues including Roulette Intermedium, the Jazz Gallery, Seeds, and Spectrum. Internationally, she has appeared with Canadian funk/R&B bands What It Is, the Morphtet, Freak Motif, and Kalmunity. She is currently a 2022 Jazz Leaders Fellow at the Brooklyn Conservatory of Music. 

Jasmine connects her students to their authentic voices and develops self-confidence through transformative public speaking, music, and ESL classes/events. She has guest lectured at Harvard University, led workshops at Columbia University, and taught across France, Canada, and New York City. In 2020, Jasmine received the Harvard University Committee on the Arts (HUCA) Award, recognizing artists committed to activism and racial justice.

She is an experienced broadcast and digital producer covering news, current affairs, and arts & culture. She co-hosted Soul Perspectives on CKUT 90.3 FM, as well as produced programs for CJAD 800 Radio and the Kelly Alexander Show. In television, she currently creates "media with impact" with a focus on diversity, equity, and inclusion as a Senior Community Engagement Specialist at The WNET Group, America’s flagship PBS station. She graduated from McGill University.