Rhiannon Giddens is featured in the April/May 2020 edition of Garden & Gun magazine! The cover story digs deep into Giddens’ cultural, musical and educational roots. Giddens’ curiosity has led her down so many avenues of fresh knowledge – her intertwining interests in history, music, and ethnicity have enabled her to weave some beautiful artworks of her own.
Journalist Bronwen Dickey highlights Giddens’ successes, including her 2017 record, Freedom Highway, her work writing music for the ballet Lucy Negro Redux, and her work writing the score and Libretto for Omar, an opera following the recount of an enslaved West African in Charleston, SC.
Read Garden & Gun‘s full article here.
For more information and tour dates, visit Rhiannon Giddens’ artist page.