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"Soul of A People"
“You sung and performed
amazingly at our school. I just
wanted to say thank you sooooo
much, you are amazing and have
a beautiful soul. This is the first
time that I have ever felt like I
know someone when they just
sing for me. You created such a
perfect and loving atmosphere at
our school. So, thank you again!”
Jessica , 13, Blessed
“...from the very first minute, you
managed to have all the
audience sing along with you,
and we all enjoyed your concert
You made us laugh and cry.
We were touched by your
engagement for peace, equality,
tolerance and your determination
to bring it over.”
Student, 18, Liege,
“Best Middle School Assembly
I’ve seen in fifteen years...!"
Head of Middle School,
International School of
“Thanks for the gift . . . having
Lea Gilmore at our school was a
For booking and more
Belva Scott, Admin. Manager
+1 443 824 0272
|Let Your Light Shine!
|With excitement, passion, humor and joy, Lea Gilmore (vocalist) and Marc
Borms (pianist) take you on a musical journey of the music of Black
Americans. Spirituals, Gospel, Blues, Jazz, Hip Hop — African American
music has greatly influenced music around the world.
It has been said that "Lea Gilmore's voice is a gift from her
soul to our ears...."
Born and still residing in the United States, Lea grew up in the southern
African American music tradition. A descendant of those many Africans
brought to the Americas on slave ships, she continues to sing the songs of
freedom and struggle, love and hope to a new generation. In the U.S.,
France, Belgium, The U.K. and beyond, Lea has thrilled audiences of young
people from elementary, secondary and university age, bringing them to
their feet with excitement.
She and Belgian pianist Marc Borms have been collaborating for over a
decade. A collaboration that personifies all of our common ground,
transcending race and culture to convey our oneness – our common
humanity. They continue to successfully tell these musical stories that are
inspirational to all.
So, get ready to tap your feet, clap your hands, free your soul, embrace
tolerance, and enjoy a moment of African-American roots music up-close
and personal. Insightful and pure fun!
Voted by ESSENCE Magazine as one of “25 Women Shaping the